A place of golden hearts
Such a beautiful write-up.
It’s always a heart-warming feeling to read Mr Anwar Abdulrahman’s writings which is full of humane touch. I remember in the 90s he used to write editorials regularly in GDN quoting a wise Arab man’s words in a Manama coffee shop. Kindly request GDN to republish those. The modern world requires those wise words.
God bless Mr Abdulrahman, God willing would like to meet him.
Such a beautiful day for all mankind. If we can have more of these lovely gatherings and less US interference, peace will be among us forever.
God bless our Pope and a warm welcome to Bahrain, a place of golden hearts and kind-hearted people under the leadership of the King of Bahrain and his family and the government and its people. What a proud moment for Bahrain. God bless us all.
A thousand bravos to His Majesty King Hamad who carries in him a great healthy spirit and who proves to us through the reception of Pope Francis that tolerance must be an integral part of religion. Your Majesty King Hamad, you are in our hearts!
Unpaid labourers renew desperate pleas for help
It’s so evil what these employers do these days to people. Always taking advantage and using people with every chance they have. 60 per cent of employers do not pay salary, they will not give you the work visa they promised, just use you and dump you!
How can people be so cruel to another human. They are barely paying them anything, they slave away for them and you can’t even pay them. What a shame!!!
Employers should be held accountable! If they can’t take care of their employees then they shouldn’t be in business
The plea for help is because their employer has not followed the law, yet people complain that these guys are doing illegal things by taking small side jobs or finding a way to get by.
Labour Market Regulatory Authority should do something.
Omar Al Mohammed
As an Ugandan expatriate I can’t allow myself to go even a month without pay. If I don’t lose myself, I lose the job itself.