a Palestinian hero’s enduring legacy, by Reem Haddad
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Shadi was a boy living on the street when Reem Haddad first tried to help him get an education. But then he disappeared. What has happened to him since?
When a Peruvian woman's children were kidnapped by their Lebanese father, Reem Haddad was asked to intervene.
Letter from Lebanon – how a woman in the Bekaa Valley started producing fine wine, by Reem Haddad.
Reem Haddad on how Hizbullah women stand by wounded resistance fighters.
How refugees rejected by banks are going it alone, by Reem Haddad.
Explosions rock Beirut, prompting in Reem Haddad fears of the bad old days of civil war.
Arab women have suddenly started appearing on reality TV, to Reem Haddad’s surprise.