• Dr. Hessa Lootah on Arab jobs, Arab women & Dubai Expo2020

    Dr. Hessa bint Abdullah Lootah, also called "Dubai's First Lady in Mass Communications", is an expert in communication research, communication theories, photojournalism, media and development, as well as contemporary issues in communication. During her prolific career, she has served as head of department of Mass Communications at the UAE University. She has also held positions in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, in addition to sitting on the board of the UAE National Media Council and Arab Journalism Awards. Dr. Lootah has produced several television programmes including TV Magazine, Gulls on the Shores of the Gulf, and Cinema Show. She has also published media specific studies and research in both Arabic and English. Dr Lootah is the recipient of several awards including th...

    published: 04 Dec 2013
  • Arab-American business owners: We create jobs & wealth

    Immigrant business owners in Dearborn, Michigan say they've lived the American dream: supporting their families while enriching their community. Now, they say President Trump's immigration ban makes them feel unwelcome.

    published: 03 Feb 2017
  • Caution to Ghanaian Girls Leaving for Arab Nations for Jobs

    published: 13 May 2017
  • The Arab women in Cairo leading the push for workplace equality

    Om Waleed is a taxi driver. In fact she is the only woman driving a taxi in Cairo. She has broken a huge taboo and put up with repeated harassment to pursue her ambition of doing the job she wants in order to support her family of three. Euronews took a ride with her through the capital with the constant traffic jams creating more problems on her daily trips. Her skill has won her special standing among her male colleagues. “At first I faced a lot of problems with other drivers, because they were surprised by the presence of a woman driving a taxi, and were wondering, asking me are you driving a taxi? I was frustrated at the beginning but I started to learn not to care about their comments, refusing to listen to what they were saying or to take heed of the words I heard in the streets,” ...

    published: 10 Mar 2016
  • Moments Only Arab People Understand

    “What’s your Arabic name?" Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com www.buzzfeed.com/video www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet www.youtube.com/buzzfeed BuzzFeedVideo BuzzFeed Motion Picture’s flagship channel. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always shareable. New videos posted daily! music by Elie Attic. It’s titled “Khidni Habibi" Made by BFMP www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam.

    published: 14 Jan 2017
  • HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)

    HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)

    published: 19 Oct 2010
  • Everyday Simple Hijab Tutorial

    Ninja scarf, tube underscarf and chiffon hijab: http://voilechic.ca BLOG: http://www.withloveleena.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/withloveleena/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/withloveleena/?ref=hl Music: GG Riggs- Sunburn Premiumbeats.com/royaltyfreemusic

    published: 22 Dec 2015
  • Female Arab lawyer challenges gender roles

    (1 Nov 2016) Dressed in the headscarf and long robe of a devout Muslim, Reema Shamasneh fights for Arab women in the most intimate arena of their lives: Marriage and divorce. In a West Bank divorce court where a woman's testimony is worth half that of a man, she challenges the gender roles at the foundation of Arab families. Women across the Arab world have gained ground in education and health, but inequality remains entrenched in family courts. Under the principles of Sharia, or Islamic law, applied in these courts, women are placed under the guardianship of husbands who must provide for them. While countries such as Tunisia and Morocco have introduced reforms, brides in others must still be represented by male guardians who sign marriage contracts. Men can divorce on a whim, while...

    published: 06 Nov 2016
  • The Arab women in Cairo who are leading the way in aiming for equality in the work place

    Om Waleed is a taxi driver. In fact she is the only woman driving a taxi in Cairo. She has broken a huge taboo and put up with repeated harassment to pursue her ambition of doing the job she wants in order to support her family of three. Euronews took a ride with her through the capital with the constant traffic jams creating more problems on her daily trips. Her skill has won her special standing among her male colleagues. "At first I faced a lot of problems with other drivers, because they w… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/03/08/the-arab-women-in-cairo-who-are-leading-the-way-in-aiming-for-equality-in-the What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe ...

    published: 08 Mar 2016
  • What Will It Take to Create Jobs in the Arab World?

    http://wrld.bg/I6Kpq - Start-ups create the most jobs in the Arab World. But very few start-up firms enter the markets each year in the region, and most remain micro-firms, preventing economies from creating enough jobs to absorb a growing workforce. A new World Bank report, "Jobs or Privileges: Unleashing the Employment Potential of the Middle East and North Africa", details how policies are stifling competition & what is needed to solve the unemployment problem. Read more: http://wrld.bg/I6Kpq

    published: 28 Jan 2015
  • Demanding Jobs in Dubai

    Dubai is hosting World Expo 2020. Large number of job openings are expected. it is helpful for any one wishing to work in Dubai. It will give good understanding of Dubai Job market.

    published: 04 Jan 2015
  • Living In Dubai - Cost Of Living, Alcohol, Dress Code, Weather, ETC.,

    Follow me on SNAPCHAT - Nakedwithoutmyl Well, this is long overdue. I get so many comments on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc., about how i'm getting on in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Here I am being as honest as I possibly can. I've learnt my lesson already about sharing too much. If you've any video suggestions, ask away in the comments! My new camera is the Sony RX100 iv - http://www.sony.net/Products/di/en-us... I hope you enjoyed this. Holly X ♡SOCIAL MEDIA♡ MY TWITTER- http://bit.ly/1CuU0pg FACEBOOK- http://on.fb.me/1gsphzo MY INSTAGRAM- hollylenny_nakedwithoutmylippy Snapchat - Nakedwithoutmyl MY BLOG- http://bit.ly/1zHUpnb PREVIOUS VIDEOS: Beauty YouTubers are LYING TO YOU! - http://bit.ly/1MOckwj ♡ STROBING - Get Your Highlight on FLEEK! ♡ - http://bit.ly...

    published: 22 Feb 2016
  • Too Sexy To Exist! From The Saudi Arab Hunk To The Cambodian Babe!!!!

    Yes, you can be fired from your job and banned from your own country because you are too sexy and there are chances that people might start falling for you. Yes, you read that right. These unfortunately beautiful people have lost their jobs or were banned from entering a country just because of something that is totally not under their control- their looks. you remember Omar Borkan Al Gala? If not by his name then definitely by his piercing eyes and insanely good looks. Omar along with two other was deported from Saudi Arabia and banned from entering because they were just too handsome and the authorities feared that the women in the country would fall for them. Cambodian actress Denny Kwan has been banned from working in films for one year because she is too sexy. The government banned ...

    published: 25 May 2017
  • Maantech Arab hi-tech employment project

    Ma'an-tech is a unique project initiated by President Peres and Cisco to incorporate Arab engineers into the hi-tech sector. The coalition of companies involved with the project included 24 of the leading international hi-tech companies here in Israel, who undertook to hire employees from the Arab sector to senior positions. Some of the companies include Intel, Microsoft, Google, Cisco, IBM, Hewlett Packard and Amdocs and they worked alongside charities including Tsofen, Kav Mashve and IT works. During the plenary Bezek, On Target Communications, Cadence and Teldor announced that they were joining the project.

    published: 20 Jun 2012
  • SHISHBARAK TRAILER AMAL Arab Women Film Festival 2017

    Arab Women Film Festival 2017 Helsingborg 17-19 March Malmö 20 March

    published: 01 Mar 2017
  • WAF No. 172 Arab Women Must Free Feminists

    Her Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrD0GAyIqIoSlc1lGF07i0A #womenagainstfeminism Please join this group called women against feminism on facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/1104723266250027/ To support this group and movement just share info about us, our facebook group and our websites. Subscribe to this channel and check out our websites that are in the making! WEBSITES https://womenagainstfeminismreloaded.com/ http://womenagainstfeminism.com/ THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT! Are you a non-feminist woman? Do you want to discuss things related to gender and feminism with like-minded women, or do you want to have your voice heard? Join our Facebook group: Women Against Feminism! Our voice is stronger together, and your voice is so very important because right now it seems t...

    published: 03 Apr 2017
Dr. Hessa Lootah on Arab jobs, Arab women & Dubai Expo2020

Dr. Hessa Lootah on Arab jobs, Arab women & Dubai Expo2020

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Dr. Hessa bint Abdullah Lootah, also called "Dubai's First Lady in Mass Communications", is an expert in communication research, communication theories, photojournalism, media and development, as well as contemporary issues in communication. During her prolific career, she has served as head of department of Mass Communications at the UAE University. She has also held positions in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, in addition to sitting on the board of the UAE National Media Council and Arab Journalism Awards. Dr. Lootah has produced several television programmes including TV Magazine, Gulls on the Shores of the Gulf, and Cinema Show. She has also published media specific studies and research in both Arabic and English. Dr Lootah is the recipient of several awards including the Taryam Omran Award for Best Article, and the Rashid bin Humaid Award for community service. She holds a doctorate from the University of Ohio in the US, a Master's in Arts from the School of International Studies in Ohio, and a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts. This interview was done at the 12th Arab Though Foundation annual summit in Dubai, UAE, Dec. 4-5 2013. #Fikr12
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Arab-American business owners: We create jobs & wealth

Arab-American business owners: We create jobs & wealth

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Immigrant business owners in Dearborn, Michigan say they've lived the American dream: supporting their families while enriching their community. Now, they say President Trump's immigration ban makes them feel unwelcome.
https://wn.com/Arab_American_Business_Owners_We_Create_Jobs_Wealth
Caution to Ghanaian Girls Leaving for Arab Nations for Jobs

Caution to Ghanaian Girls Leaving for Arab Nations for Jobs

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The Arab women in Cairo leading the push for workplace equality

The Arab women in Cairo leading the push for workplace equality

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Om Waleed is a taxi driver. In fact she is the only woman driving a taxi in Cairo. She has broken a huge taboo and put up with repeated harassment to pursue her ambition of doing the job she wants in order to support her family of three. Euronews took a ride with her through the capital with the constant traffic jams creating more problems on her daily trips. Her skill has won her special standing among her male colleagues. “At first I faced a lot of problems with other drivers, because they were surprised by the presence of a woman driving a taxi, and were wondering, asking me are you driving a taxi? I was frustrated at the beginning but I started to learn not to care about their comments, refusing to listen to what they were saying or to take heed of the words I heard in the streets,” she told euronews. A petrol station in the city has become the first in the country to hire women attendants. Eight girls work during daylight hours. They went through a training course which focused on how to deal with male customers who are usually surprised to be served by a woman. But not everyone filling up is shocked – the girls also get admiring glances especially from women who are impressed to see them there. “My father rejected the idea at the beginning, asking me how I could would work in an open place like this, and why are women working in mens jobs! But when I started, I found it very easy and simple not as my parents had told me, and they became convinced after that,” said one of the girls, Hadeel Ashraf. Om Khada supports her family forging metal. It is a tough job but the only one she could find to earn an income. She has broken through many barriers but believes people now believe in her and she has shown she can be as productive as men. She says her life experience should be a beacon for other Arab women to overcome social and psychological barriers. “It was very strange for many people to see a woman working in such a job and dealing with men in the street, they were asking me why do you work? After some years they started to get used to my work, people started to get to know me very well, I can tell you it’s not a shame at all that a woman works in any kind of job as long as it’s not illegal,” she explained. Euronews correspondent in Cairo Mohammed Shaikhibrahim said: “With these examples which still remain very few and rare in Arab society, Arab women are proving once again their ability to break the restrictions which have been imposed on them But their dreams do not stop at this point, as the gap between reality and ambition to achieve substantial equality is still big.”
https://wn.com/The_Arab_Women_In_Cairo_Leading_The_Push_For_Workplace_Equality
Moments Only Arab People Understand

Moments Only Arab People Understand

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“What’s your Arabic name?" Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com www.buzzfeed.com/video www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet www.youtube.com/buzzfeed BuzzFeedVideo BuzzFeed Motion Picture’s flagship channel. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always shareable. New videos posted daily! music by Elie Attic. It’s titled “Khidni Habibi" Made by BFMP www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam.
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HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)

HOW WOMEN LIVE IN DUBAI (United Arab Emirates)

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  • Updated: 19 Oct 2010
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Everyday Simple Hijab Tutorial

Everyday Simple Hijab Tutorial

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  • Updated: 22 Dec 2015
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Ninja scarf, tube underscarf and chiffon hijab: http://voilechic.ca BLOG: http://www.withloveleena.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/withloveleena/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/withloveleena/?ref=hl Music: GG Riggs- Sunburn Premiumbeats.com/royaltyfreemusic
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Female Arab lawyer challenges gender roles

Female Arab lawyer challenges gender roles

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(1 Nov 2016) Dressed in the headscarf and long robe of a devout Muslim, Reema Shamasneh fights for Arab women in the most intimate arena of their lives: Marriage and divorce. In a West Bank divorce court where a woman's testimony is worth half that of a man, she challenges the gender roles at the foundation of Arab families. Women across the Arab world have gained ground in education and health, but inequality remains entrenched in family courts. Under the principles of Sharia, or Islamic law, applied in these courts, women are placed under the guardianship of husbands who must provide for them. While countries such as Tunisia and Morocco have introduced reforms, brides in others must still be represented by male guardians who sign marriage contracts. Men can divorce on a whim, while women must prove cause. And polygamy is legal only for men. Such notions enjoy strong support, even among women. In a 2013 poll by the Pew Research Center, large majorities in seven Arab countries said a woman should obey her husband, from 74 percent in Lebanon to 87 percent in the Palestinian territories and 93 percent in Tunisia. Shamasneh believes the laws are the way they are because they were passed by men. "There is this sort of discrimination in the law, starting from simple things like the marriage contract. The woman must be represented by male guardians who sign the marriage contract and if she has no guardians, in that case, the judge represents her guardians, so at all times she must be represented by male guardians, but the man can represent himself," Shamasneh says. On a typical day, Shamasneh arrives before 9 a.m. at the Islamic courthouse in Ramallah, a 20-minute drive from Qatana, where she lives. Ramallah is the West Bank's most vibrant and liberal city where young women in short sleeves mingle with others in conservative dress in markets and cafes. The court takes up the ground floor of a five-story building, and hearings are held in two small rooms crammed with tables and chairs. Female lawyers and clients wear headscarves when appearing before the judges, in deference to religious traditions. When Shamasneh began practicing 15 years ago, female lawyers were rare. Now the women occasionally outnumber male lawyers in the courthouse. There's even a female judge. Kholoud al-Faqeeh is from Shamasneh's home village, she was a year behind her in law school and received her groundbreaking appointment as Shariah judge in 2009. Al-Faqeeh, a mother of four, occasionally reins in men appearing before her. Still, the judge defends the legal code, with some caveats. She says it reflects gender roles, and women often don't exhaust all legal options, such as stipulating divorce rights in a marriage contract. The growing presence of female lawyers has helped create more empathy for women going through divorce, custody or alimony hearings. Under Shariah, as applied in the Palestinian territories and other parts of the Arab world, a husband can end a marriage by declaring his wife divorced. A wife must prove abuse or neglect in court. In some countries, she can pay the husband compensation to get out of a marriage, in a so-called "khula" divorce. Legal action can take months or years. In recent years, it has become easier for a woman to get a divorce on grounds of abuse, Shamasneh says. A woman still needs to make a compelling case, but it is within the judge's discretion to accept her word without demanding corroborating testimony. Shamasneh occasionally spars with her male colleagues in the lawyers' small waiting room in the courthouse. On one morning, Shamasneh gets into a legal debate with another lawyer, challenging his claim that Islamic law gives the same rights to men and women seeking divorce. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b7f26b388db22a712e51904c26b77441 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Arab women in Cairo who are leading the way in aiming for equality in the work place

The Arab women in Cairo who are leading the way in aiming for equality in the work place

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Om Waleed is a taxi driver. In fact she is the only woman driving a taxi in Cairo. She has broken a huge taboo and put up with repeated harassment to pursue her ambition of doing the job she wants in order to support her family of three. Euronews took a ride with her through the capital with the constant traffic jams creating more problems on her daily trips. Her skill has won her special standing among her male colleagues. "At first I faced a lot of problems with other drivers, because they w… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2016/03/08/the-arab-women-in-cairo-who-are-leading-the-way-in-aiming-for-equality-in-the What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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What Will It Take to Create Jobs in the Arab World?

What Will It Take to Create Jobs in the Arab World?

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http://wrld.bg/I6Kpq - Start-ups create the most jobs in the Arab World. But very few start-up firms enter the markets each year in the region, and most remain micro-firms, preventing economies from creating enough jobs to absorb a growing workforce. A new World Bank report, "Jobs or Privileges: Unleashing the Employment Potential of the Middle East and North Africa", details how policies are stifling competition & what is needed to solve the unemployment problem. Read more: http://wrld.bg/I6Kpq
https://wn.com/What_Will_It_Take_To_Create_Jobs_In_The_Arab_World
Demanding Jobs in Dubai

Demanding Jobs in Dubai

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Dubai is hosting World Expo 2020. Large number of job openings are expected. it is helpful for any one wishing to work in Dubai. It will give good understanding of Dubai Job market.
https://wn.com/Demanding_Jobs_In_Dubai
Living In Dubai - Cost Of Living, Alcohol, Dress Code, Weather, ETC.,

Living In Dubai - Cost Of Living, Alcohol, Dress Code, Weather, ETC.,

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Follow me on SNAPCHAT - Nakedwithoutmyl Well, this is long overdue. I get so many comments on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc., about how i'm getting on in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Here I am being as honest as I possibly can. I've learnt my lesson already about sharing too much. If you've any video suggestions, ask away in the comments! My new camera is the Sony RX100 iv - http://www.sony.net/Products/di/en-us... I hope you enjoyed this. Holly X ♡SOCIAL MEDIA♡ MY TWITTER- http://bit.ly/1CuU0pg FACEBOOK- http://on.fb.me/1gsphzo MY INSTAGRAM- hollylenny_nakedwithoutmylippy Snapchat - Nakedwithoutmyl MY BLOG- http://bit.ly/1zHUpnb PREVIOUS VIDEOS: Beauty YouTubers are LYING TO YOU! - http://bit.ly/1MOckwj ♡ STROBING - Get Your Highlight on FLEEK! ♡ - http://bit.ly/1Hq8a78 ♡ SUMMER 2015 FASHION LOOKBOOK - Zara, River Island, Primark ♡ - http://bit.ly/1KZJGrW ♡ Perrie Edwards Inspired Smokey Eye ♡ - http://bit.ly/1Bk7DBY ♡ Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash Mascara Demo & Review ♡ - http://bit.ly/1CtT8ld ♡ How To Get Big / Kylie Jenner Lips WITHOUT Surgery ♡ - http://bit.ly/1MkEJrv ♡ Rose Gold Tutorial - Ft. Daniel Wellington Classic Sheffield Lady Rose Gold Watch ♡ - http://bit.ly/1eN2woN ♡ NEW BITS & PIECES HAUL - INGLOT, MAC, YSL, DERMALOGICA, KIEHL'S, KÉRASTASE ♡ - http://bit.ly/1HS90jl ♡ FAKE TAN & SKIN BLEACHING ♡ - http://bit.ly/1MkEQTZ ♡ BEST MAKEUP PRODUCTS OF 2014 ♡ - http://bit.ly/1HisMyV FULLTIME YOUTUBER? ANXIETY & DEPRESSION? - http://bit.ly/1JZdQJn ♡ MAC COSMETICS - 'SOAR' LIP PENCIL ♡ - http://bit.ly/1J8V536 ♡ Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2014 Makeup Tutorial ♡ - http://bit.ly/1HisUOQ ♡ Vampy Smokey Eye and Red Lips Makeup Tutorial ♡ - http://bit.ly/1fulXDR ♡The Balm Cosmetics Nude'Tude Eyeshadow Palette Tutorial♡ - http://bit.ly/1L2Xp00 ♡ VLOG 5 - OMG! I MET PIXIWOO IN DUBLIN ♡ - http://bit.ly/1gsqfMd ♡ 50 FACTS ABOUT ME ♡- http://bit.ly/1L2XuAI ♡SLATE GREY EYESHADOW AND RED LIPS TUTORIAL (Highly requested)♡ - http://bit.ly/1gsqiYi ♡ What's In My Bag| NakedWithoutMyLippy ♡- http://bit.ly/1Hq9QgR MY EVERYDAY MAKEUP ROUTINE - http://bit.ly/1Hq9UgB SIMPLE CONTOUR, BLUSH AND HIGHLIGHT ROUTINE- http://bit.ly/1pvXmR3 IRISH YOUTUBER TAG - http://bit.ly/1SdvFX6 ♡ SIMPLE RED/BRONZE SMOKEY EYE TUTORIAL ♡ http://bit.ly/1NUfKM0 GOODBYE ACNE, HELLO GLAMOROUS TRANSFORMATION! http://bit.ly/1MkFi4C ♡Laura Whitmore Inspired Makeup♡ - http://bit.ly/1TqiwfH BEING TALL- The Good, The Bad and The Ugly..- http://bit.ly/1HitRa5 HOW TO DEAL WITH TALL COMMENTS - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20cVn... Anastasia Beverly Hills, Sephora Dubai Mall, Irish YouTuber, Irish Beauty YouTuber, Makeup, Accent Challenge, The Whispers Challenge, Being Tall, Fake Tan, Revlon, Mac Cosmetics, Anastasia Beverly Hills, Vlogging, Benefit Cosmetics, Irish Girls, Tall girl, Jaclyn Hill, MakeupGeek, Cork, Scottish Accent, Australian Accent, Topshop, Brunette, Blonde, Primark, KIKO Cosmetics, Inglot, Jeffree Star, Redrum, Vice Three Palette, Maybelline, Collection Concealer, L'Oréal, Blank Canvas, Irish Dancing, The Balm, Mary Lou Manizer, NARS, Forever 21, Jefree Star, Chloe Morello, Arabic Makeup, MUA, Essence, Satin Taupe, L'Oréal Paris, REN Skincare, Driving License Ireland, Provisional License, King Charles, Mister Magoo, Acne, Nip+Fab, Cellulitis, Vegan, Freelee Banana Girl, Waxing, Jamie Oliver, Dubai, Middle East, United Arab Emirates,
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Too Sexy To Exist! From The Saudi Arab Hunk To The Cambodian Babe!!!!

Too Sexy To Exist! From The Saudi Arab Hunk To The Cambodian Babe!!!!

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Yes, you can be fired from your job and banned from your own country because you are too sexy and there are chances that people might start falling for you. Yes, you read that right. These unfortunately beautiful people have lost their jobs or were banned from entering a country just because of something that is totally not under their control- their looks. you remember Omar Borkan Al Gala? If not by his name then definitely by his piercing eyes and insanely good looks. Omar along with two other was deported from Saudi Arabia and banned from entering because they were just too handsome and the authorities feared that the women in the country would fall for them. Cambodian actress Denny Kwan has been banned from working in films for one year because she is too sexy. The government banned the 24 year old actress after she refused to change her 'sexy clothing style'. Debrahlee Lorenzana sued her former employee Citi Bank in 2010 claiming that she was fired from job because of her breast implants that 'distracted male workers' for being too attractive. Emma Hulse, a 24 year old who worked as a freelancer in a London TV station claims that she was fired from her job just 5 minutes after she was into it for being too attractive. The company later verified her claims. This 4th grade teacher in Atlanta, USA was not fired from her job but she definitely recieved a lot of criticism after she was tagged as the 'sexiest teacher' on Instagram. She recieved a lot of backlash for wearing sexy attire to work Celebrity singer Mariah Carey's billboards about her upcoming show were banned from installation at two California airports because the airports considered the image 'way too sexy.' Fitness blogger Brittany Perille got the shock of her life when Instagram notified her that her account has been deleted after she posted a video of herself working out with a baby bump.
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Maantech Arab hi-tech employment project

Maantech Arab hi-tech employment project

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2012
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Ma'an-tech is a unique project initiated by President Peres and Cisco to incorporate Arab engineers into the hi-tech sector. The coalition of companies involved with the project included 24 of the leading international hi-tech companies here in Israel, who undertook to hire employees from the Arab sector to senior positions. Some of the companies include Intel, Microsoft, Google, Cisco, IBM, Hewlett Packard and Amdocs and they worked alongside charities including Tsofen, Kav Mashve and IT works. During the plenary Bezek, On Target Communications, Cadence and Teldor announced that they were joining the project.
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SHISHBARAK TRAILER AMAL Arab Women Film Festival 2017

SHISHBARAK TRAILER AMAL Arab Women Film Festival 2017

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Arab Women Film Festival 2017 Helsingborg 17-19 March Malmö 20 March
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WAF No. 172 Arab Women Must Free Feminists

WAF No. 172 Arab Women Must Free Feminists

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