Asrar Al-Qabandi: A Lady Warrior of the Gulf War
House of Mirrors: The Most Mysterious Place in Kuwait
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Once upon a time I was a Gulf War refugee. Read this personal account of Alya, a young Kuwaiti stranded in Switzerland whilse her country was mercilessly invaded, her family seperated and future hanging in the midst.
The Gulf War saw the rise of many heroes, and martyrs alike. Asrar Al Qabandi was one of those fearless warriors who poured her blood, sweat, tears—and ultimately—life into the resistance movement against the Iraqi oppressors.
The House of Mirrors in Kuwait is a marvel and a mystery. Learn more about the house and the owners who turned it into an art piece and a tourist attraction.