Freelance journalist writing about Mideast, culture, women; usually an intersection of two | Editor of book of essays by Arab women reporters @PenguinBooks '19

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Zahra Hankir is a Lebanese freelance journalist based in London who writes about the Middle East, women and culture — usually an intersection of two of the subjects. She is currently editing a book of essays by Arab women journalists, due for publication by Penguin Books in 2019.

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#MaryBeard speaking @guardianlive event at @Sadlers_Wells on her @Oxfam Tweet: ‘If anyone thinks I condone the sexual exploitation of children and women then we can meet outside and talk about it’ - #GuardianLive
Omg #MaryBeard now being asked live about the #Oxfam tweet and her use of the word ‘civilised’ - #awkward #guardianlive
RT @kshaheen: Ghouta resident on images of exodus of 1000s today: “The most difficult thing is people going on foot to those who…
RIP Lebanese feminist and author, #EmilyNasrallah - "You really travel through the pages. It's not anymore a book that you have in front of you, it's something you have inside of you," said Harb" 
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Did you work for your high school newspaper? If so, what did you do there?

We didn't have a newspaper at high school, but I was the editor of my college newspaper for two years