by Mat Nashed - Guest Contributor Jun 29, 2016
"They used to lock the house when I was still inside. I couldn't go anywhere."
by Justin Salhani Apr 28, 2016
Perhaps Jordan isn't as tolerant as it likes to portray itself to the international community.
by Justin Salhani Dec 17, 2015
The Pakistanis, meanwhile, are still waiting for clarification.
by Emily Atkin & Beenish Ahmed Nov 17, 2015
Is it reader bias or media bias?
by Justin Salhani Sep 9, 2015
What's our role in the current crisis that's sending Syrian refugees fleeing from their country?
by Justin Salhani Sep 8, 2015
Anti-immigrant politicians and their supporters have worked to question why these refugees need to leave countries where the brunt of them are based.
by Kay Steiger Aug 23, 2015
Protesters march under the banner 'You Stink.'
by Justin Salhani May 14, 2015
“The majority of LGBT community in Lebanon suffer from discrimination,” Abdallah told ThinkProgress by email. “[T]heir situation is slightly getting better, but this does not mean that they do not struggle every day.”
by Justin Salhani May 6, 2015
The country was witness to a brutal civil war that lasted 15 years and security and stability is still not a concept the population associates with their homeland.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 24, 2015
Leila Abdelrazaq never meant to write a book, but her graphic novel helped her learn about her father, her history, and her culture.