Arwa Ibrahim, Al Jazeera English

Arwa Ibrahim

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Recent articles by Arwa:

After the fall of ISIL, a sectarian battle over property in Mosul

Shia and Sunni authorities both claim rights over the same community properties such as mosques and religious sites. → Read More

Passengers scramble to rebook after BA suspends Cairo flights

Travellers say Cairo flights being rebooked on Egypt Air 'strange' in light of security concern raised by suspension. → Read More

Modern revamp threatens to raze riverfront in Mosul's Old City

Locals fear authorities' plan to transform historic city into a modern investment hub will erase Mosul's rich heritage. → Read More

Deraa: Rampant arrests and detentions mark truce anniversary

Observers say violations by Syrian government started immediately after Deraa reconciliation deal was agreed last year. → Read More

Palestinians at West Bank wall: Kushner's plan 'misses point'

Trapped in their villages by a separation wall and checkpoints, Palestinians lament reality of Israeli occupation. → Read More

What is Sahwa, the Awakening movement under pressure in Saudi?

Scholars linked to movement are reportedly on death row, but Sahwa has not always been out of favour with the kingdom. → Read More

All you need to know about the OIC

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation is the second largest intergovernmental body after the UN. → Read More

How do UK Muslims feel after series of Islamophobic attacks?

After New Zealand massacre and string of Birmingham mosque attacks, UK Muslims remain concerned over community's safety. → Read More

Shamima Begum case highlights 'two-tier, racist system'

The overwhelming majority of Britons who have lost their citizenship are of immigrant backgrounds. → Read More

Beirut summit: Arab nations aim for free trade zone, Syria aid

Leaders aim to agree on joint statement after discussing Arab free trade zone and economic impact of Syrian refugees. → Read More

Rifts and absences overshadow 'failed' Arab summit in Beirut

Qatar and Mauritania to join Arab economic summit, but Palestinian and Egyptian presidents pull out at the last minute. → Read More

Baghdad's Green Zone opens its gates to public after 15 years

The fortified Green Zone was partially opened for a two-week trial period that is likely to become permanent. → Read More

Iraq: Deadly Basra clashes as protesters torch government office

Six killed and a dozen wounded as demonstrations escalate over abysmal government services in the southern province. → Read More

Inside the intellectual hub where Baghdad's spirit thrives

The Ottoman military barracks-turned-cultural hub allows intellectuals, poets and artists to express and exchange ideas. → Read More

Baghdad’s coppersmith souk: A fading cultural treasure

Like much of Iraq's cultural heritage, years of war and neglect threaten Baghdad's ancient coppersmiths' marketplace. → Read More

Iraq's farmers hit hard by water shortages

With one in five Iraqis working as farmers, crippling water shortages have pushed many to find alternative employment. → Read More

'Our life is hell': Iraq's IDPs suffer interminable wait for home

More than two million people remain displaced inside Iraq since January 2014, the UNHCR refugee agency says. → Read More

Will Syrian takeover of key crossing boost Jordan's economy?

Locals hope lucrative trade routes will re-open after seizure of the Nassib-Jaber border crossing by the Syrian army. → Read More

First displaced Syrians along Jordan border return home

Sources say a few families have began journey back after ceasefire deal reached between rebels and Russian negotiators. → Read More

'We are one': Jordanians rally support for displaced Syrians

A campaign in Jordan to help those fleeing fighting in Syria gathers pace amid calls to the government to open border. → Read More