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‘At my PhD program in Jerusalem, I was the only Arab around. Except the cleaners’
Nihaya Daoud is used to seeing eyebrows raised. That’s the reaction she got when going abroad to do a postdoc for two years without her children, and when she became the first Arab woman in Israel to be appointed professor of public health. And she's not afraid to probe the wounds of her community