24 thoughts on “Qatar dictatorship jails poets, organizes football championship

  1. Hi, thanks for commenting, ukgardenfiend!

    Female members of princely families in countries like Bahrain and Qatar do have some influence.

    As this blog post says, Her Highness Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser al-Missned, one of the emir of Qatar’s wives, was delegate in bringing the football championship to Qatar.

    And the torture princess of Bahrain, Her Royal Highness Noura Bint Ebrahim al-Khalifa, niece of the king, participates in torturing political prisoners:


    However, the mass in women in these countries are oppressed, and that is a prop of absolute monarchical rule.


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