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Menatalla Ibrahim

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Menatalla Ibrahim is an Egyptian journalist based in Qatar. Her work has been published in various news outlets including VICE, Gulf times and Aljazeera. She joined the newly re-launched Doha News in 2020 as a journalist that covers a wide range of Qatar’s daily events and topics that concern society, from the blockade, the pandemic, to migrant rights.

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