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Children Are Expensive, Condoms are Cheaper: The Disappearance of Contraceptives in Egypt

Children Are Expensive, Condoms are Cheaper: The Disappearance of Contraceptives in Egypt

Condoms are now the only solution for Egyptian women looking for contraceptives. Those in search for contraceptive pills are met with a single response: “Save…

The Journey of an MSF Nurse in the Central African Republic

The Journey of an MSF Nurse in the Central African Republic

Everybody has a personal reason for joining… I was born under the bombs of the Lebanese civil war. I remember when I was seven years…

On the Refugee Trail—Part III: A Journey to Europe in a Coffin-like Box

On the Refugee Trail—Part III: A Journey to Europe in a Coffin-like Box

Syrian refugee Bahar Nimr worked with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Domiz Camp for three years, before deciding to travel to Europe. Smuggled out in…

Mastering the Art of First Impressions

Mastering the Art of First Impressions

We are all fascinated by the mystery of body language and the power of first impressions. This topic saw its heydays at various points, however…

Everything You Wanted to Know about Dating in Kuwait but Were Afraid to Ask

Everything You Wanted to Know about Dating in Kuwait but Were Afraid to Ask

Dating is challenging anywhere, but dating in conservative countries like those of the Arabian Gulf is a grand adventure. But life always finds a way. Young…

Egypt's Press Syndicate, and the Plight of Online Journalists

Egypt's Press Syndicate, and the Plight of Online Journalists

After years of working for the independent news website, AlBawabh News, Egyptian journalist Ahmed Fathallah was fired in August 2016, along with about 40 of…

Closing the Gender Gap in the Arab World Will Take 356 Years

Closing the Gender Gap in the Arab World Will Take 356 Years

Discrimination against women in Arab societies is not news, in a region characterized by the lowest levels of female public participation, in spite of the…

Arab Atheists Scramble For Their Lives

Arab Atheists Scramble For Their Lives

Raseef22 interviewed a number of Arab atheists who shared their stories and experiences in their conservative societies

Dancers on the Nile: Cairo's Destitute Entertainers

Dancers on the Nile: Cairo's Destitute Entertainers

At dusk in Cairo, flocks of friends gather for 15 minutes on a Nile boat, their ages ranging between 20 and 30 years old; an array of…