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Nadda Osman

Nadda Osman


Nadda Osman is British-Egyptian journalist and editor based in London. She holds a degree in English and Journalism and reports on the Middle East and north Africa.

She has reported from Lebanon, Turkey and Palestine, and has covered a wide array of topics from human rights around the region to Israel's 2023-4 war on Gaza.

Aid organisations have called the temporary pier built off the coast of Gaza to transport aid a 'distraction' and an 'unviable option' in the long term.

29 May, 2024

The psychotherapist and humanitarian was detained on a trip to Damascus in 2017 and his family has not heard from him since.

24 May, 2024

The BDS bill, which would outlaw councils from boycotting Israel, has failed to pass parliament meaning it will unlikely to become law in its current form.

24 May, 2024

Several rights groups have filed a criminal complaint against over the rental of holiday homes built on stolen Palestinian land.

23 May, 2024

The ‘Dance for Nova’ event has been condemned for raising funds for Israeli soldiers amid the ongoing war on Gaza which has killed tens of thousands of people.

20 May, 2024

An Israeli report revealed there has been a sharp increase in the monitoring of journalists’ work, particularly regarding Israel’s war on Hamas.

17 May, 2024

A report by staff at the university found extensive links with arms trade companies supporting Israel, while students have launched a 12 hour sit-in to protest

15 May, 2024

Authors Sally Rooney and Naomi Klein are among others demanding asset manager Baillie Gifford to divest from companies linked to Israel.

15 May, 2024

Artists have cited Barclays' sponsorship of The Great Escape festival as the reason for pulling out, saying it was investing in Israel-linked arms companies

15 May, 2024

A new report has found Barclays bank is financing and profiting from the production of weapons used in Israel’s war on Gaza.

08 May, 2024