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Pangea Day

Pangea Day

10 May, '084 Comments

Pangea Day is a global event bringing the world together through film. Why? In a world where people are often divided by borders, difference, and conflict, it’s easy to lose sight of what we all have in common. Pangea Day seeks to overcome that – to help people see themselves in others – through the […]

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With eggs on some faces, Hayfa sang!

With eggs on some faces, Hayfa sang!

1 May, '0814 Comments

In spite of the “severe” objections from Islamist MPs, Hayfa sang last night at the Gulf Hotel and thrilled the audience who filled the hall with all tickets sold! What does this demonstrate? Does it demonstrate that the MPs have no authority whatsoever, or is it that the government chose – in its wisdom – […]

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Water lilies

Water lilies

25 Apr, '080 Comments

Water lilies, originally uploaded by malyousif. The water lilies seem to have settled in their new home. I’ve got three blooms at the same time now, makes me really happy – especially that these blooms are an affirmation that they didn’t suffer to much from the abuse I subjected their plant to when I decided […]

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Gorgeos flower tree at the Gulf Hotel

Gorgeos flower tree at the Gulf Hotel

24 Apr, '080 Comments

Gorgeos flower tree at the Gulf Hotel, originally uploaded by malyousif. I came across this lovely tree at the Gulf Hotel a couple of days ago and fell in love with it. Just look at those flowers! I most definitely NEED this in my garden. It doesn’t matter than I don’t have the space, but […]

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500, going once, going twice, gone!

500, going once, going twice, gone!

22 Apr, '087 Comments

That’s how much a life if worth, according to lawyers to Mr. Abdulla Al-Kobaisi, the owner of a dhow in which 58 people were killed due to his gross and criminal incompetence, its so called captain and the government agencies which actually registered and allowed it to sail as a tourism vessel. The owner has […]

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