Nadine Sayegh is a freelance journalist based between Dubai and Beirut, focusing on society, culture and regional politics.
Amman - The Arab region is no stranger to contemporary arts and culture.
A recent youth conference, coordinated by UNESCO and the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Internatio
London - Literary history meets contemporary politics in a reinterpretation of Samuel Beckett’s
London - When the Eid moon is spotted over London, the Open Iftar in one leafy street will close
Amman - Controversial, beloved, rebellious and scandalous are terms that best describe Lebanese
Beirut - Hip-hop and rap have long been hailed as the music of resistance from their origins in
Dubai - While much of the Middle East is plagued by political strife and stagnate social progres
Beirut - The words “Arab” and “atheist” rarely appear hand in hand, but they are increasingly in
BEIRUT - Twice refugees in a lifetime, the Palestinians of Syria who fled to Lebanon are not wel
BEIRUT - To exist is to resist, Freedom for Palestine and I am not a terrorist read some of the s