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Katharine Ganly · January, 2010

Brought up in the UK and France, a graduate of Arabic and Law from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
Has lived and worked happily in Europe, Malaysia, Syria and Egypt.
Katharine has currently returned to study as a graduate medical student at University of Nottingham, UK.

She thinks that if we all knew a bit more about each other, we would treat each other better.

Katharine tweets rather sporadically here

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Latest posts by Katharine Ganly from January, 2010

MENA: Breaking the veils

AltMuslimah reviews the exhibition Breaking the veils: Women artists from the Islamic World, which contains art and literature from women in over 20 countries, including Palestine, Yemen and Morocco. The...

Lebanon: Valet Parking

Armigatus presents several views on valet parking in Lebanon, encouraging people to walk instead of drive, in this post.

Arab World: Article on polygamy causes a stir

Nadine al-Bedair's article entitled "Me and My Four Husbands" has caused controversy and outrage amongst the Arab and Muslim blogosphere. However, there are also those that have defended her piece....

Lebanon: Worker's Suicide Tragedy ‘Ignored’

Matthew Cassel reports the suicide of Theresa Seda, a Filipino domestic worker in Beirut. Read the chilling details of how such suicides- which have been increasing in numbers- are going...

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