Liverpool Arab Arts Festival (LAAF), the UK’s longest running festival of Arab arts and culture, returns in July 2021 for its 23rd edition. The multi-artform…View More Liverpool Arab Arts Festival to return with in-person events alongside online shows
Saqi book has celebrated female authors on a new book We Wrote in Symbols celebrates the works of 75 of these female writers of Arab heritage who articulate…View More We Wrote in Symbols: Love and Lust by Arab Women Writers
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By Angham A. Abdullah From the ashes of tragedy an Iraq rises guarded by millions of lovers, an Iraq with liquid black eyes whose lips are…View More A Synopsis on Iraqi Women Writers of War