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Umar Bakri Brothers

Tuesday, 11 September 2001

Respondents disagree with teachers striking for better pay, but support their demand nonetheless.
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The posters were raised high outside the City Hall bearing words like: "Do not lullaby us into sleep with the slogan of A Hero Without Award" and "An Umar Bakri Tragedy", a reference to a dedicated but poorly-paid guru immortalized in song by folksinger Iwan Fals. About 1,000 teachers, dressed in their professional uniforms, were gathered yelling and singing as they deflated the tires of cars belonging to city officials in the parking lot. Join...

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