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Omar Waraich
Deputy South Asia Director, | Words: , , | Views mine | IHRL omar.waraich@amnesty.org
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Omar Waraich 2h
Loved that book
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You’re the youngest spirit of the three
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Rana Ayyub 3h
This is the apocalypse Kashmir dreaded. Kashmiri children pay the price for the world's apathy. My ground report from Kashmir this week. Read if you care
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Joyce Karam 5h
Nabatiyeh , South is Now Protesting but looks more like a scene from Les Miserable. Singing the national anthem:
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Omar Waraich 6h
Agreed
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Replying to @gert_lang_ @tekaldas
All true. But can’t stay a non-political force if they’re being asked to assume a political role.
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Replying to @samahhadid @tekaldas
Scroll all the way down, Sam
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Replying to @tekaldas
True. But the worrying thing is the preference some have for military or technocratic rule over democratic forms of government
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Kathy Gannon Oct 22
My latest ___ Taliban say new intra-Afghan peace talks to be held in China (from ) by ⁦
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Bobby Ghosh Oct 22
Look beyond the street protests roiling the Middle East and North Africa, and you'll find governments that are overly reliant on borrowing via
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Omar Waraich Oct 22
Replying to @chehayebk
He means representation of all communities. I think. (Trying to be charitable here.)
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Omar Waraich Oct 22
Did I just spot a line from TLC circa 1995 in there?
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Michael Young Oct 21
Mass protests have taken place in Lebanon against the political class and Its economic policies. explains why, what it means, and what can be done, at Diwan:
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Omar Waraich Oct 22
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
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The New York Times Oct 22
In Opinion Rabih Alameddine writes, "Only in Lebanon would a song like 'Baby Shark,' which is now being played at every crowd gathering, become the anthem of a revolution. The song is both catchy and repetitive, inspiring and interminable."
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Heather Barr Oct 22
Great work from my former Kabul housemate documenting the war's ongoing devastation, the complexity of the question of whether to trust the Taliban, and the consequences as the US increases its aggression and reduces accountability.
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BBC News (World) Oct 21
Canadian election: Trudeau's Liberals 'retain power'
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Omar Waraich Oct 22
Opinion: The protests in Lebanon have bridged social divides – now everyone is fighting against the corrupt elite - by
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