Tabby Refael is a Los Angeles-based writer and civic action activist whose work focuses primarily on Iran, Israel, women, and Mizrahi Jewish identity. A weekly columnist for The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, she has also served as a contributing writer for Newsweek, Los Angeles Magazine, and Moment Magazine. Tabby was born in Tehran after the Iranian Revolution and is a child survivor of the Iran-Iraq War. With her family, she arrived in the United States as a refugee in 1989.
The Terrorist’s Daughter Funds Sex Slavery
February 2022:Is there a word in the modern feminist glossary for a woman who pays for subjugated girls and young women to, in effect, ruin their lives to satisfy the pleasure of a man?Read Article »