Kuwaitis fight against dictatorship


This video says about itself:

20 October 2011

Solidarity message from ITUC General Secretary Sharan Burrow to all the workers of Kuwait.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain today:

KUWAIT: An opposition group led by a former MP convicted of insulting the ruling emir said yesterday that it plans to launch a series of street protests to press for reform.

Musallam al-Barrak said his reform agenda included allowing people to run for the position of prime minister. Currently the emir appoints prime ministers from the ruling family.

Mr Barrak is known for suggesting the emir was trying to turn the country into an “autocracy.”

KUWAIT CITY, May 29: A Filipina Household Service Worker (HSW) was allegedly beaten up by her male employer after finding a dried caul or an amniotic sac inside her bag and accused her of being a witch or sorcerer: here.

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