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Past articles by Noor:

America's Syria sanctions are stopping vital aid from helping earthquake victims

The devastatking earthquake in Turkey and Syria has made clear that U.S. sanctions against Syria under the past several administrations have hurt Syrian civilians. → Read More

Scotland's trans recognition bill is getting the false GOP voter fraud treatment

Republicans built an entire pathology on false claims of rampant voter fraud. A recent move to veto a trans rights bill in Scotland takes a similar tack. → Read More

‘Spare’ book pokes gaping holes in Prince Harry’s rebrand

Passages about his time in Afghanistan expose Harry's supposed transformation as completely disingenuous. → Read More

Greta Thunberg's Andrew Tate smackdown is just the tip of a disgusting iceberg

What kind of a world demands this of a young girl, and now a young woman? → Read More

Elon Musk stokes anti-Fauci and anti-trans rhetoric in one fell tweet

Twitter CEO Elon Musk is proving himself to be even more dangerously far to the right than many could have imagined, if his tweets are anything to go by. → Read More

Prince’s Williams godmother resigned after racist remarks to a Black guest

A former lady-in-waiting to the late queen resigned from Buckingham Palace after touching a Black woman's hair and inappropriately questioning her. → Read More

LGBTQ people deserve more than this weak Respect for Marriage bill

The Respect for Marriage Act in support of same-sex marriage passes after Tuesday Senate vote. Democrats in the House have to approve, then Joe Biden will sign. → Read More

Dwyane Wade’s ex-wife bought into a pernicious anti-trans myth. Her daughter doesn’t deserve that.

Dwyane Wade speaking out against ex-wife Siovaughn Funches-Wade objecting to changing the name of their trans daughter Zaya shows complexities of transitioning. → Read More

Why'd it take so long to make Kanye West a pariah — and why is he the only one?

Ye's business partners belatedly ditching him prompts some uncomfortable questions. → Read More

Rishi Sunak is set to become Britain's first prime minister of color. So what?

Describing Sunak’s ascension as a win for minorities is disingenuous and dangerous. → Read More

Iranian rock climber Elnaz Rekabi's bravery is likely to be met by Iran's cruelty

The biggest uprising in Iran's recent history is the country's first mainstream protest led by women. → Read More

Giorgia Meloni, Marjorie Taylor Greene and the rise of white feminism

Italy's Giorgia Meloni perversely spent much of her campaign vowing to “protect” women as she pursues a violently anti-feminist agenda in the spirit of fascism. → Read More

Puerto Rico's recovery is made harder by this unequal tax rule

When Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico it easily obliterated the island’s fragile infrastructure, stranding many without resources while wealthy mainlanders fled. → Read More

Iranians implore the Western world to pay attention to their 'George Floyd moment'

What is happening in Iran now is unprecedented, with women leading protests for their rights after the death of Mahsa Amini at the hands of the state. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II understood the gendering of nationhood — and how to harness it

Queen Elizabeth II's funeral live coverage shows guests honoring the queen's burial site after days of mourning and masses mourning the mother of the nation. → Read More

JK Rowling's book frames herself as being persecuted by bloodthirsty trans supporters

Her new book reveals how blithely unaware Rowling is seeing herself as a victim of a community she has targeted. → Read More

Pakistan's flooding crisis highlights the cruel reality of climate catastrophe

Pakistan flood deaths and displacement paint a bleak picture of the climate crisis where countries that contribute the least to climate change suffer the most. → Read More

The surprisingly tragic story of poor little rich boy Jared Kushner

'Breaking History:' Trump sin-in-law Jared Kushner’s book would be tragic. But his Saudi Arabia hijinx and White House chaos leave little room for sympathy. → Read More

The sinister, violent messaging at the heart of Netflix's 'Indian Matchmaking'

Netflix's 'Indian Matchmaking' shows stereotypes about Indian culture, plus a spin on fascist social forces like Hindu nationalism and white supremacy. → Read More


Chicken sexer, iceberg mover and 13 more of the weirdest jobs on Earth

From dog food tester to chicken sexer, these are some of the oddest jobs we could find. → Read More