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Dumping man from wheelchair

There are plenty of human rights organisations focusing on human rights status in the Middle East and they are trying to draw attention to us as the worst place for human rights.


They might be right to certain extent but in general they try to catch any incident to make a buzz out of it even if it's a mistake by an individual or just a single incident and they do present it and talk about it as such thing would never happen in their countries but in fact what happens there is worst than what we got here.




What they did to the wheeled man is rather humiliating


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