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Tag Archives: Qatar
The on-video beheading of freelance reporter Steven Sotloff by the same murderer who had severed already the head of freelance photo reporter James Foley last month (I haven’t seen either but rely on respective news by mainstream media) has sparked even … Continue reading
Derision is granted for the design of Qatar’s new “vagina stadium” for the 2022 World Cup which has surfaced on the weekend. Over the top phantasies in a boys’ country. But it also indicates that a phallic society may esteem … Continue reading
The shocking details of Amnesty International’s [AI] new report The Dark Side of Migration: Spotlight on Qatar’s construction sector ahead of the World Cup in 2022 will hopefully not only shine on Qatar but also Kuwait, the Emirates, Bahrain and … Continue reading