education: i have a bachelor’s of an education degree in kindergarten GPA: 3.57 out of 5 language: arabic (native) + english (okay) + and i know some basics in spanish. i’ve been looking for scholarships to apply to but unfortunately i’m not qualified (either because of the age or the GPA). ever since i graduated my family didn’t let me apply to any job because transportation cost a lot of money or because they think i don’t need it and they will pay me monthly instead, i don’t like this life i want to experience the world and learn new skills, i thought about seeking asylum in other countries but i literally have no source of money and it’s too risky because i might not be qualified. and i’m worried lately because i know soon i will be forced into an arranged marriage and this will literally break me, i don’t know what to do and the more i read the more i get lost. is there any country that has a bachelor’s scholarship that i could be qualified for? or a job? or anything? honestly it... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello friends, today I’d like to talk about a Middle Eastern country. This country is a racist, fascist, theocratic apartheid state in which what few racial and religious minorities remain have even fewer rights than citizens. This country is engaged in a genocidal war against one of its neighbors under the pretense of “fighting terrorism.” Yet despite all of its human rights violations and crimes against humanity, this country is effectively given a free pass because it is a US ally. The US sells it billions of dollars worth of weapons, no questions asked, and US servicepeople are sent to it in order to help train its military. In fact the United States has even fought wars and taken casualties defending this country, even as its leaders gin up hatred against the US and finances terrorists who kill Americans. Despite this, criticism of this country in the US government and US itself is effectively nonexistent and American politicians, even Presidents, routinely kiss up to its leadersh... keep reading on reddit ➡
This post was originally meant for r/unpopularopinion**, but unfortunately, they don't allow political posts.**
This post is NOT meant to be political. This is just my opinion on what I perceive as double standards when it comes to criticizing Saudi Arabia due to the Yemeni crisis.
Before I make this post, I'd like to clarify that I'm NOT justifying any war crimes, injustices, or mass-murdering. I see many posts that put blame on Saudi Arabia for triggering the ongoing crisis in Yemen, and in my humble opinion; I don't think they should be as blamed as much as they do. There are two sides to every story.
For those who don't know (ignoring some minor rebellions before this), Yemen has been fighting a civil war after the Houthis (an extremist group from the northern Shia MINORITY population), who I should mention are anti-American and anti-Semite rebelled against the majority Sunni government AND POPULATION in 2015 with the support of Iran. In response, Saudi Arabia along... keep reading on reddit ➡
So apparently Saudi Arabia wont continue oil production cuts after June. Oil price is already dropping and its at $38.29. Do you guys think oil stocks wont be rallying as much as we expected this week?
Alabama was the worst in the nation but now Tennessee has taken it a step beyond that. Women have easier access to abortion in fucking SAUDI ARABIA than several US states now. You know Saudi arabia.... the paragon of women’s rights. What is with these people in the south? I wonder if they even realized this in passing those laws?
As a celebration for a 2nd place in L1 and an UCL spot, FFP almost excluded OM from European competitions, their sporting director left the club, and their coach came very close to doing the same.
The situation seemed to be under control, when suddenly a Tunisian businessman wearing a cowboy hat revealed his plan to buy OM, backed by Saudi funds, to start a crusade for peace against political Islam.
I wish I made that up.
Prologue: The ironic situation at OM
A couple of months ago, I posted about the ironic situation at OM.
I won't go in more details; the club finished 2nd in Ligue 1, Zubizarreta left and Villas-Boas threatened to do the same.
The situation got better, André Villas-Boas is staying for the next season (unless he pulls a Bielsa), FFP isn't excluding the club from UCL and they might even manage to buy a couple of players. Fantastic, isn't it?
**Episode 1... keep reading on reddit ➡
$2,271,181,543 over the next seven years.