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Blinkered Horizons

Blinkered Horizons

29 Jul, '0841 Comments

The contrast of the romantic drippings of the apparently hugely popular dubbed Turkish soap Gümüs and the criminal bombings in that country yesterday as well as those in Iraq and India which left over 100 dead and many more injured, cannot be brought more into focus than the exclusive and vociferous condemnation of the television […]

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Brace Brace Brace! Bush is in town

Brace Brace Brace! Bush is in town

8 Jan, '0843 Comments

Bush is coming to town. He’ll probably fly in on a helicopter from some big tub floating in the Gulf, that the Iranians have taken an inexplicable fancy to all of a sudden, land in the naval base in Juffair, shake some hands, visit with some illustrious personages whom he will make sure they understand […]

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Congrats Iraq!

Congrats Iraq!

29 Jul, '079 Comments

Iraq’s captain Younis Mahmood header clinched the Asian Cup championship to a well-deserving Iraq! The final (which I did not watch but just as happy for the result) between two Arab giants Saudi and Iraq must have been a nail-biter, but as we are all rooting for some good news for Iraq and Iraqis I […]

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‘The Suffering of the Iraqi People’ tonight at BCC

‘The Suffering of the Iraqi People’ tonight at BCC

26 Apr, '075 Comments

يدعو الفنان العرقي والمصور الفوتوغرافي إحسان الجيزاني جميع المهتمين بالقضية العراقية لحضور عرض فيلمه الوثائقي “الجذور” وهو من تأليفه وإخراج الفنان علي طالب ويجسد الفيلم معاناة الشعب العراقي في فترة ما بعد الاحتلال الأمريكي وسوف يلي الفيلم عرض صور فوتوغرافية للفنان العراقي إحسان الجيزاني Iraqi photographer Ehsan Al-Jyzani would like to invite you all to […]

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NEXT!

NEXT!

30 Dec, '06172 Comments

Today’s Eid is a lot sweeter knowing that Saddam has been consigned to history’s rubbish heap. Sure he will be mentioned and might even be celebrated by some, to me however, I have not and will not shed a single tear on hearing of his demise. “Good riddance”, was one thought, another was, “okay, who’s […]

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