Nepal: Citizenship, Ultranationalists, Marital Status, And Our Inhumanity

  • Post category:Social Justice
  • Reading time:14 mins read

To me, the worth of a Nation is in the way it treats the weakest and the most vulnerable within its borders.

The way it has been treating the most vulnerable-- children, women, Dalits, and the home-born "refugee" -- Nepal as a nation has little to no worth.

Our nation has lost our humanity and Buddha would be ashamed of us.

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16 Days of Activism Against GBV Campaign: Story of a Brave Woman

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  • Reading time:6 mins read

When we raise and educate children using violence, of course, they grow up to be violent, especially the boys. No wonder, domestic violence is such a major issue in the country. We have to do a number of things to curve that. One of them is to eliminate the use of violence against children, whether at home or at school. We should instead raise and educate them compassionately and by engaging with them in a healthy and developmentally appropriate manner etc.

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Pro-life Christians Undermine Law of The Country

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Before abortion was legalized in Nepal in 2002, "up to one-fifth of incarcerated women were convicted of abortion-related crimes" and "more than half of maternal deaths during the one-year study period [was attributed] to abortion-related complications."

Now we have a pro-life Christian organization with 32K strong volunteers, and hospitals run by a Christian organization most likely staffed by also conservative pro-life Christian doctors who follow their religion's narrow dictates when it comes to abortion.

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Qatar…From Afar: Freedom Cries

Jailed for allegedly insulting Islam in Doha, Qatar, my cries for freedom were answered four years ago today (May 12, 2017). Then came (and I discovered) freedom cries (too).

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