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Dana Taib Menmy

Dana Taib Menmy

Dana Taib Menmy

Dana is an investigative journalist and The New Arab's Iraq reporter. His work has appeared in Al-Monitor, Al Jazeera English, Middle East Eye, The National, among many other outlets.

Areas of focus: analysis on Iraq's politics, security, economy, human rights, minorities, women and environment. 

Follow him on Twitter: @danataibmenmy

The Yazidis in Iraq seek the Iraqi parliament's recognition as a nationality to escape being a marginalised religious minority.

12 June, 2024

An Iraqi rights group reports a surge in 'secret executions', with the government accused of carrying out numerous death sentences with no public announcements.

12 June, 2024

Munir Al-Khabbaz, a Saudi Shia cleric in Iraq, faces pressure to leave after an old video criticising the late father of Muqtada al-Sadr circulated online.

04 June, 2024

In a sweeping crackdown on social media content, Iraqi authorities have arrested Syrian singer Angi Farah for allegedly producing "inappropriate content."

03 June, 2024

The delay in specifying a new date stems from the KDP's insistence on a political agreement among Kurdish parties on post-election power distribution.

03 June, 2024

US and British companies in Baghdad have faced a series of attacks amid growing anti-American sentiments in Iraq, fuelled by Israel’s genocide in Gaza.

30 May, 2024

Sadr criticised Israel for ignoring an appeal from the ICJ to stop the massacres in Rafah and condemned the international community's silence.

30 May, 2024

A special military transport plane belonging to the Iraqi Air Force facilitated the transfer of wounded individuals from Egypt to Baghdad.

24 May, 2024

Despite the attacks, the Iraqi government reportedly aims to purchase gas from the field without KRG's consent.

23 May, 2024

In the wake of a controversial court ruling, minority groups in the Iraqi Kurdistan region have rejected the allocation of five parliamentary seats.

23 May, 2024