Indefinite detainments, torture parades, and MENA’s unfinished revolutions

A statue of a woman by Lebanese artist Hayat Nazer, made out of leftover glass, rubble, and a broken clock marking the time (6:08 PM) of the mega explosion at the port of Beirut, 20 October 2020, JOSEPH EID/AFP via Getty Images

Unfinished revolutions: from Lebanon to Iraq

Detainments and protest prevention

Iran: Blood, shutdowns, and torture parades

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