The Beautiful House by Jumana, Palestine (Gaza)

* Trigger warning: This blog contains potentially distressing content.  In the beautiful city where I live, Al-Zahra city, in the Gaza Strip, stood a beautiful house that I have walked around and watched a family live in since my childhood. The family left the home and let their guard and his family live there until … Continue reading The Beautiful House by Jumana, Palestine (Gaza)

A Whore by Maryem Gamar, Morocco

A Whore. That is how they called her and any other women in Arab-Speaking countries. Women are called this if they dare to barge out of the social traditions that make their body a barn from which animals of this misogynistic species feed. Their freedom increases or decreases according to the politics of the country, … Continue reading A Whore by Maryem Gamar, Morocco

Traditional Tunis

 By Imen, Tunisia I took these photos in the lovely Medina of Tunis, my favorite place in the city.   In these photos, you can see a young Tunisian guy who is working hard at a traditional job, which he inherited from his father. He's doing it with love and passion, and he was very … Continue reading Traditional Tunis

Towards a new environmental strategy: Morocco’s National plan to increase the use of eco-cars by 2021

By Sara HADDOU AMAR, PhD As part of the National Strategy for Sustainable Development, and Morocco's efforts to reduce its environmental footprint by 2030, the Moroccan government is seeking to increase the percentage of hybrid or electric cars in the country. The plan is to gradually change its car arsenal by 30% in 2021, replacing old … Continue reading Towards a new environmental strategy: Morocco’s National plan to increase the use of eco-cars by 2021