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July 2018

Talking politics and racial divide: the story of a black Republican

What does it mean to be a black Republican? What can America expect for a future and could Trump really have point? One man seems to think so.

Are we just selfish when mourning?

Do we cry or do we feel sad when a loved ones have passed because we’re just simply selfish? What’s the reason behind the fear of death?

Why being disabled in the Middle East is no easy task

How does it feel to grow up not being deaf? In a society where disability is frowned upon, how does one family survive the stigma of society?

Painting Dreams

Hussein Al-Dawood is a painter and a Medical Lab student at Zarqa Private University. Find out why what is the story behind his paintings.

Redemption

What can we expect from a person’s mind? Is the human mind the only form of escape in a world of chaos or could it be it is the key to our redemption?

A woman’s rights: ‘I have to fight. If I don’t fight, I will die’

A woman risking it all to fight for her rights. Will she actually win the fight or is she trapped in dangerous water? Fighting as a woman and for the disability of others, read her story.