Content suppression, terrorism designations, and perpetual states of emergency

Israeli left wing activists protest outside the Ministry of Defence in Tel Aviv, against the Israeli decision to declare six Palestinian human rights groups as “terror organisations”, 26 October 2021, AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images

Egypt: A permanent state of emergency

Tunisia: Restricting information, and LGBTQI+ community face attacks

Palestine: ‘Terrorism’ designations and content suppression

Iran: Women journalists targeted at home and beyond

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