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Left in Limbo: the stories of Yemen’s international students who can’t go home

Left in Limbo: the stories of Yemen’s international students who can’t go home

“Imagine you don’t see your parents for more than one year, then you get a call saying your father just passed away.”

by Krista Hessey· · education, Features, Politics
Author, professor Kamal Al-Solaylee speaks to the audience on Oct. 1, 2014 at Ryerson on gay rights in the Arab world. The lecture was part of a series hosed by the International Issues Discussion.

Is a gay rights movement possible in the Arab world?

Intolerable: A Memoir of Extremes isn’t a book that should be placed on the top panel of your shelf where it gathers dust and grime. And Kamal Al-Solaylee, the author of the book, isn’t a man whose words should be ignored. Al-Solaylee, an associate professor at Ryerson’s School of Journalism, is an openly gay Arab from a conservative Muslim family […]

by Fatima Kazmi· · Opinion
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