This is Bahrain’s Watermelon man. Zakareya Al Kadhem is the Chairman of Bahrain’s Sickle Cell Anemia Society and a sufferer himself. And, like any other sickle cell anemia patient, he requires frequent hospitalization to manage his condition. But, over time, this tireless patient rights’ campaigner become so engrossed in what his “subjects”, and he himself, suffer from, that he constantly devises new plans to alleviate … Continue reading Bahrain’s watermelon man
When I took these pictures, all I had in mind were portraits. But when I looked at them later, I could “see” a lot more. The pain, the longing, the forlorn looks, the emptiness, the hope and, perhaps, the hunger. These two men are among the countless millions around the world who are not only homeless, but perhaps have no family and haven’t had a … Continue reading This, too, is life
This documentary is NOT against India. It’s against RAPE, be it in India, the US, UK, South Africa or anywhere else! We should watch it and get OUTRAGED. If we are OUTRAGED enough, the purpose is beginning to be served! https://vimeo.com/121682068 Continue reading Into the mind of a rapist – and the law!
Originally posted on sindhuspace:
Can it be happening? India is outraged by a documentary showing a tragedy called?women of India. Face it. It’s a FACT. Don’t understand how?exposing gender inequality in India will harm my country! And dear women, what are you protesting against, your self interest? And all this before the film is even out. Their argument: Showing interview of the rapists and men… Continue reading Holy Cow!
I spotted these three gentlemen at a construction site in Muharraq. and as drove past, noticed something was unfamiliar. And I returned. Yes, there was, indeed, something different. They were not the usual “run of the mill” Indian or Pakistani workers who are in Bahrain in their thousands. They were from, of all the places, Thailand!Bahrain is well-known to play host to scores of nationalities … Continue reading Thais the way!