The feminist struggle can’t be separated from the democratic struggle, writes Maya Rahabi, explaining why Syrian feminists boycotted last week’s Sochi conference.
The tired critique of #MeToo in France last week serves only to underscore why the new movement is so necessary, argues Prof. Lama Abu-Odeh.
The Islamic law project that found a friendly home in US academia, in conjunction with the Islamic Awakening, has reached a dead end.
Should International Women's Day be an occasion to celebrate womanhood or a reason to riot against the system?
Nayla Mansour interviews Syrian novelist and human rights acvocate Samar Yazbek on Syrian, politics, Assad trimph and Islamist counter-revolutionaries, and the role of intellectuals and politicians amidst all of the mess.
The story of one Syrian woman in the prisons of Bashar Assad. She is free now, but she is still "there".