Disgruntled Australian Muslims are accusing Nazeem Hussain of “fuelling racism” in his new comedy television show, Legally Brown. Jennine Abdul Khalik writes that these unsubstantiated attacks are reductive and feed into the tired and […]
Jennine Abdul Khalik
Jennine is a Palestinian-Australian journalist based in Sydney. She loves travel, language, loud music, politics, design, most things Arabic, and films with subtitles. Jennine is the co-founder and co-editor of Sajjeling. Follow her for updates on Twitter @jennineak.
My love for Mashrou’ Leila grows every day. Their third new album Raasuk has got me buzzing – I can’t stop listening, I can’t stop loving. I’m savouring every lyric, every strum, […]
Would you like to ruin the month ahead of you in a matter of minutes? Are you keen on dry-heaving? Looking to raise your blood pressure? Then please have a […]
A recent study found that email addresses and pseudonyms used on social networking sites form a vital part in the construction of national identity for Arab-Australians aged 18 to 25. The study, […]
Italian, Brazilian and German flags fly over Ain el Hilweh, a crowded Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon. They look out of place among Yassir Arafat’s face on small billboards and slogans […]