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Yesterday two boats left Spain for Gaza, but Amal-hope had to turn back and go back to Barcelona for repairs.
The Women's Boat to Gaza is attempting to find a replacement boat. A ...
Vancouver summer camp empowers Syrian children to tell their own stories, however they want to tell themShawk Alani talks about Capturing Our Stories, a photography summer camp for Syrian refugees.
Dr. Homa Hoodfar is a renowned feminist anthropologist who teaches at Concordia University professor. She was in Tehran’s notorious Evin prison from June 6, 2016 to September 26, 2016.
Hoodfar is well known for her writings as a feminist scholar and about Islam and women in the Middle East. She was in Iran visiting family and doing some research when, two days prior to her scheduled flight back to Canada, Dr. Hoodfar's home was raided and her passport and computer confiscated and she was imprisoned. Among other human rights abuses, she was denied a lawyer of her choice, denied family visits, and was reportedly in poor physical health.
Homa was finally released due to international pressure but, according to a report released by...