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Day of the Imprisoned Writer: Turkish writers behind bars 0

Sadly Turkey once again rises to the ‘top of the heap’ when it comes to international protests and campaigns. Holding almost 300,000 of its citizens behind bars

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ASHRAF FAYADH Never Forgotten!

once more…just to tell the world that Ashraf Fayadh is NOT forgotten, along with the many other prisoners of conscience whose only crime was to offend the easily offended

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CRACKS IN THE SKIN – Ashraf Fayadh THE POET IN PRISON

Cracks in the skin, a poem written by Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh from a Saudi Arabian jail

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Ashraf Fayadh, poet… NOT FORGOTTEN

Ashraf Fayadh, imprisoned stateless-Palestinian poet, is this year’s joint winner (with Malini Subramaniam, an award-winning Indian investigative journalist) of Pen International’s 2017 Oxfam Novib/PEN Awards for Freedom of Expression

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‘It Was Another Year’s September’

while out of sight and in continents far away there are these poets and prisoners locked away

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Ashraf Fayadh: STILL IMPRISONED

Thursday, July 28, 2016 has been named A DAY OF CREATIVITY for Palestinian poet and artist Ashraf Fayadh, originally arrested in 2013 in Abha, in southwest Saudi Arabia, imprisoned in January 2014 and sentenced to death in November 2015

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Make Noise & Beauty on July 28, a Day of Creativity for Ashraf Fayadh

An open letter from poet-activist Mona Kareem and ArabLit editor M Lynx Qualey

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New Theatre: ‘The Several Beheadings of Ashraf Fayadh’

If you’re in London, you have an opportunity to drop in on a reading of Hassan Abdulrazzak‘s new short play, The Several Beheadings of Ashraf Fayadh

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 Ashraf Fayadh: Hell on Earth

There is much should concern us here as well as reminding us of the turbulent life of the Turkish communist poet Nazim Hikmet who spent most of his life either in prison or in exile

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Ashraf Fayadh’s Death Sentence Repealed; New Ruling Sentences Poet to 8 Years, 800 Lashes

The appeal of Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh — who was facing the death penalty in Saudi Arabia — was heard today: The higher court reversed the previous death-sentence ruling and replaced it with eight years, eight hundred lashes, and public

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