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A metro for Gaza – unveiling the underground
Karl Schembri   
A metro for Gaza – unveiling the underground | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanUnderground tunnels are famous for being Gaza’s lifeline under the cruel Israeli siege that imprisons 1.6 million Palestinians. But one artist believes they are Gaza’s future, as an underground metro
 
Tunisia: The Revolution goes on…
Tunisia: The Revolution goes on… | babelmed | women - migration - mediterranean11 months after the Tunisian people have ousted Ben Ali, nearly 45 days after the first free and independent elections in Tunisia, the country where the wave of rebellion shaking the Arab world began, is still bubbling.
 
The cat and mouse game
Ghania Khelifi   
The cat and mouse game | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe Algerians are aware of their threat to the state institutions in the aftermath of the Arab Revolutions. They take this as an opportunity to claim housing and employment while waiting for more…
 
The Arab awakening through the lens of young Jordanians
The Arab awakening through the lens of young Jordanians  | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAn identity crisis that has not been resolved yet coupled with a divided and incompetent opposition make the political spring in the Hashemite Kingdom quite different.
 
My name is Ahmed
My name is Ahmed | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThis article reports about a trip along the borders between Turkey and Syria, where Syrian families have fled to escape the regime’s repression.
 
"Only now I understood you" speaks the minds of Jordanians
Lina Shannak   
"Only now I understood you" speaks the minds of Jordanians | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanThe satirical play "Only now I understood you" sums up the Jordanian sphere and brings the debates that take place within closed doors on stage.
 
When irony becomes a weapon for resistance
Dina Kabil   
When irony becomes a weapon for resistance | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanFor the Egyptians, humour is one of the weapons that will help them continue the revolution not only because it’s pleasant and innate but also because it helps overcome the pain of the moment, the cruelty of reality.
 
The Reasons for Wrath
Kenza Sefrioui   
The Reasons for Wrath | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanAfter nine months of protest and constitutional reform, Morocco has just elected a new parliament with a quarter of seats won by the Islamists. However, the country is far from having resolved its political, social and economic problems that have pushed its youth to take to the streets.
 
Journalists arrested, physically attacked by security forces
Journalists arrested, physically attacked by security forces | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanJournalists have been among the targets of the security forces during clashes in Cairo and other cities since 19 November as demonstrators demand civilian institutions and the dissolution of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.
 
Respect for freedom of expression worsening in Egypt
Respect for freedom of expression worsening in Egypt | babelmed | women - migration - mediterraneanReporters Without Borders deplores yesterday’s decision by a military court in Cairo to postpone the hearing of jailed blogger Maikel Nabil Sanad’s appeal until 11 October.
 

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