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Hannah al-Khafaji

Hannah al-Khafaji

Hannah al-Khafaji is an MA student in Middle East Politics & Arabic at the University of Exeter. She writes predominately on decoloniality, gender, and post-2003 violence in Iraq.

UK companies like BP and Shell have inflicted decades of environmental violence against communities of colour in their relentless pursuit of profit. The only way to stop these deaths is to dismantle the industry, writes Hannah al-Khafaji.

22 May, 2023

After flexing its jurisdiction by issuing an arrest warrant for Putin, Hannah al-Khafaji argues that the ICC must do the same for the architects of the Iraq invasion, who have evaded accountability for 20 years despite a long list of war crimes.

22 March, 2023

The case of political prisoner Alaa Abdel Fattah reminds us of the burden that Muslim and Arab men face within Western media, as well as the incredible efforts their loved ones make to humanise them in their time of need, writes Hannah al-Khafaji.

15 November, 2022