Features

Words From A War Photographer Who Covered 30 Years Of Unrest In the Middle East
Photographer Patrick Baz has covered Middle Eastern conflict, experiencing life, death and PTSD in the process
Ramy Abbas On Mo Salah, Football Agents, And Being Rude To People
The football lawyer and advisor-in-chief to Liverpool and Egypt star Mohamed Salah has a no-nonsense approach that’s either refreshing or infuriating – it just depends on who you ask
Amira Elraghy
Building Momentum, Pixel by Pixel
Social media should be more than its flaws. We can’t underestimate its power for good
Imad Yassin
The Quiet Fire of Nadine Njeim
She may be the star of the biggest Ramadan TV series in the Middle East, but Nadine Nassib Njeim’s message is global: no more weak female characters, no more broken women… a new era of power has arrived
Why Your Opinions Usually Aren’t Your Own
Cass Sunstein’s new book, Conformity, explores the secret (and sometimes alarming) power of social influences
Clay Skipper
As The Islamic Faith Meets New Challenges, Tolerance Is The Way Forward
While we may be in a period of both promise and threat, the only way to progress is as one
Omar Saif Ghobash
Leena Alghouti's New Menswear Swerves
As disruption sweeps the fashion world, social media star Leena Alghouti offers her take on the narrative of modesty, and why she loves menswear's new moves
Sarah Ben Romdane