How does the human race measure up to this wise saying when it comes to one of the essentials of life, food? Not well, it seems.Read More
About the Author
Dr Adnan Al-Daini (PhD Birmingham University, UK) is a retired University Engineering lecturer. He is a British citizen born in Iraq. He writes regularly on issues of social justice and the Middle East. Adnan is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post.
Exploitation and oppression have been with us since the dawn of time, by the strong of the weak, men of women, the rich of the poor. A measure of civilized societies is their effectiveness in mitigating and controlling such unfair and unjust practices.Read More
Iraq’s freedom and sovereignty will remain questionable for as long as Iraqis do not have control over what they sow, grow, reap and eat.Read More
It is bizarre that governments keep pumping money into the institutions that were the cause of the problem, in the hope that they will lead nations out of depression and into prosperity, and simultaneously punish the rest of the population through austerity and cuts.Read More