The ~special relationship~ is doing well.
This Woman Made A Facebook Video About Being Sexually Harassed In Egypt. Then She Was Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison.
Mona Mazbouh was arrested and charged in Cairo in May after she posted a video on Facebook.
Israeli authorities are attempting to demolish the Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar.
Apparently, good things still happen in 2018?
The person who filmed the video told BuzzFeed News the young people dancing "affirmed their right to peacefully march."
Government officials are investigating but say that there is no record of the marriage.
"And nobody thought of putting the phone on the side?"
The hashtag, #افتحوا_الحدود, or #OpenTheDoor, began trending in Jordan as tens of thousands of Syrians fled the latest violence there.
Apparently this shit is still happening.
A Journalist Was Asked If He Was Muslim. Then He Was Denied Access To A Meeting By Israeli Officials.
The Foreign Press Association called the incident a "blatant case of ethnic profiling."
Getty Shared An All-Women List Of The World Cup's "Sexiest Fans" And People Were Like, Guys, Come On
Really, Getty, really.
"He’s wearing a little light!”
Women have not been allowed into the Azadi Stadium since the 1979 Islamic Revolution — but it remains unclear if they will be allowed in again.
This Top Academic Is Refusing To Supervise Students At A Cambridge College, Citing Repeated Racial Profiling
"Enough is enough," Priyamvada Gopal said in a series of tweets.
"You call me Mr. President."
"They weren't part of a huge warlord convoy or a political rally for another politician, these were ordinary people."
Soumya Swaminathan said the law would be a "direct violation of my basic human rights."
Nasrin Sotoudeh is one of Iran's most well-known human rights lawyers.
"Boy, wouldn't that make a great condo," said the president of the United States.
The president called the joint military exercises "provocative," in a huge concession to North Korea.