New York Times columnist, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, co-author Half the Sky, http://t.co/1RlrJ9Yu2R
1256 days ago
I get a hair cut in #Bahrain roundabout: It's now a city with all amenities. Even freedom.
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Can't picture you ever getting a haircut in a pro-reform/anti-overthrow rally. Propagandist. :)
oh dear. I was going to tell my son his hair should be as long as yours. Glad no violence today.
@saneya: You're wrong I know Bahrainies who work that job
Not only does Bahrain have a problem with human rights, but also bigotry
Fantastic Haircut. What a place to have your hair done. Did you have to wait a long time?
.. of them works as barber, why u no and we yes? Just be fair!
@saneya Do u think u the only one who educated here? There are many educated ppl but they are deprived from getting their right and entering the field they want to, just bcuz they're not like ur kind. Many of ur ppl not certified, not educated but nobody
Thanks for your reliable articles about Bahrain. Go ahead, we need writers like you. Don't care about people who try to frustrate you.
@McKGraKucPauNad: Kindly refrain from making ignorant judgments. You are out of this delicate situation that is tearing our country apart, and we would prefer it if you stayed that way.
Bear in mind that the conflict on this page between Bahraini and Bahraini is being instigated by a person who has nothing to do with Bahrain. This is not who we are as Bahrainis. We stick together.
@iZhari, @neatheat: Your education level is clearly not up to standard since you resort to insults rather than facts. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, without name calling. Just goes to show the caliber of people fighting for their so called rig
In my country"bahrain" when finished cuting hair we say "na'aman"
so,, na'aman for u nick
@iZhari, yes I would love to take his job, I would love to take an employment opportunity that fits my education level! but currently since I made the most of the educational opportunities offered to me..I am studying to enter another field..thank you for
saneya FYPI (P for poor) they dont mind those jobs many work as doormen & cleaners why not barbers?
the majorty of them hold university degrees obviously smarter than u how else wud they know thier rights
Thank u for ur creditabilty and reallabity
Since when have so called "Patriotic Bahrainis" been making a fan page for a lying american journalist who has blackened the reputation of your beloved country? Yeah of course why not if he's helping them get there lie...s across the United States and the
But i have faith in people with sensible minds; who take a minute before believing written words by "Nicholas Kristof" who is infamous for things he writes about Bahrain. I have one question to a man with such a contemplative mind like yours...where do yo
@saneya Why not you go and take the Indian job? Why not one of your family, your brother or your father? Heh, go wash your face a7san!
Twitter, facebook, and the few traitorous, uneducated, and misanthropic part of the society - which i hate to even refer or characterize as part of the "society". Yeah Nick i got to hand it to you - great reliable sources you got there. I just wonder what
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