Hoosain Jacobs, 74, and his wife Tahira, 68, were on a 47-day sight-seeing tour with 18 other tourists and had just visited the Genghis Khan Mausoleum (pictured) when they were arrested for links to terrorism on July 10South-African based charity Gift of the Givers wrote on Facebook: 'No reasons were given for the arrest.Cellphones were confiscated, there was no access to the embassies of origin nor to their families.'Our consular staff have visited the detainees and received assurances from the Chinese government about their health and treatment.Cookies používáme proto, abychom mohli přizpůsobovat a měřit reklamy a vytvářet bezpečnější prostředí.Když na tomto webu na něco kliknete nebo přejdete, vyjádříte tím svůj souhlas, že smíme pomocí cookies shromažďovat informace na Facebooku i mimo něj.Přečtěte si další informace, mimo jiné i to, jaké máte možnosti: zásady používání souborů cookie.averege looking, good educated and easygoing, supportive, gentle soft, taller than me. i like mature guy who knows what he wants, very active like sports and going out have fun with. Bataa and I met in 1995 in the Mongolian capital, Ulan Bator.I was working for Save the Children, and we shared our offices with a Mongolian government institute, where Bataa was a lecturer in mathematics.
When we did get to know each other, it was in unusual circumstances.A friend and I were keen to get some horse-riding practice and a colleague suggested that Bataa take us to stay with his family.They’re nomadic herders who live on the Mongolian steppe.It was a beautiful place: blue skies and rolling green plains as far as the eye could see and, in the middle of it all, his family’s little white ger [Mongolian tent].I was struck by how lovely and close-knit his family were.In Bataa’s family the women milk the animals and take care of the household and children, while the men do the lion’s share of the herding.It’s all very harmonious; and female children are prized, and educated, as much as boys. I was surprised by how well Bataa adapted to British life.He’s become the fulcrum of the Mongolian community over here, running cultural events and hosting prominent Mongolian visitors.One thing Bataa does find difficult is Western consumerism.Nomads regularly pack up and move on, so too much stuff is an encumbrance.He doesn’t understand why there need to be seven brands of baked beans in the supermarket, say. I’d feared Islam’s treatment of women, but I experienced it as a party religion.