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Shahd Al-Janabi

Shahd is a student of cognitive science in Sydney. She is a researcher and traveler with an obsession for kayaking and observing humans. Shahd listens to obscure music (bebop), reads faux-pretentious books (Salinger), argues about history and politics (which Arab doesn’t?), and zaps brains – her one true calling.
Shahd is a co-editor of Sajjeling and can be found on Instagram at @shahdtron.

Orphaned in a broken city

No one is spared in war. Thirty-three years of political mistakes made in Iraq has today resulted in three million orphans. Atia and Mohamed Al-Daradji’s haunting documentary, In My Mother’s Arms, profiles Iraq’s orphan […]