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A man from Kenya had been stranded for several months in Qatar. He is now ready to come back home after he was helped by his compatriots. The person in question is Isaac Kiprotich who is a 20-year old man from Nandi County. He had pleaded with his fellow countrymen in Kenya to provide him […]
United Arab Emirates prides itself for its religious tolerance and diversity and has declared 2019 as the ‘Year of Tolerance’. UAE President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan emphasised the significance and need for tolerance, which he feels is required even more today to preserve UAE’s diverse society. He said, “The world today needs […]
In 2017, a US lobbyist got nearly $4 million from a PR firm with possible links to the Qatari government. According to one analyst, this was Doha’s another effort to court favour in Washington. According to a Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) order in the US, Stonington Strategies that is managed by a reputed pro-Qatar […]
On 18th December, Tuesday, the Roman Catholic Church’s chief specialist on sexual abuse asked bishops to eventually take accountability for overall clerical abuse scandal. Moreover, the bishops should go and speak personally to the victims, or else they might face the risk of watching the Church lose its trustworthiness globally. Pope Francis has asked […]
Al Ghufran tribe, which is one of the biggest tribes in Qatar, has been facing serious human rights violations under the Qatari regime. In fact, it is a well known fact that the members of the tribe even tried hard to attract the attention of the United Nations so that they take a note of […]
Recently, the Amnesty International unveiled a 201 pages document entitled, “Iran’s blood-soaked secrets.” This document which was put on the tabloids in the 4th of December uncovered the gory details of the Iranian government killing and disposing of thousands of enslaved political dissidents. The document was published to offer closure to the loved ones and […]
As the celebratory festival of Hannukah begin, numerous Jewish community in the US raised objections to the type of content featured in the Doha International Book Fair. According to reports, the 29th year of this book fair is under spotlight owing to their feature of anti-semitic content. This book fair reportedly featured and promoted books […]
During the UN World Food Program, Executive Director David Beasley stated that the humanitarian crisis that Yemen is going through is the worst one. It has been seen that around 75% of the nation is in dire need of humanitarian aid. The war in Yemen has not only wreaked havoc in the entire region, it […]
Around 300 migrant workers from Bangladesh are suffering in a labor camp in Qatar. Their camp lacks power and running water. At the same time, they have not been paid since May 2018. Many of these workers have become sick. These Bangladeshis are just a part of 300 migrant workers from South Asia who are […]
The Marsa Malaz Kempinski hotel is easily one of the most luxurious hotels in Qatar. In fact, even by the opulent standards of what is the richest nation in the world, the hotel is excessive. Despite this, the hotel is involved in human rights violations. Like any other hotel, this one also employs numerous people […]
The name Bellingcat is synonymous with open source investigation in the fields of conflict, crime and human rights abuses. Set up in 2014 as a citizens’ journalism platform, the techniques for which Bellingcat is famed – particularly geolocation – have become a staple of journalistic practice. Two stories above all have been integral to Bellingcat’s […]