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We’ve seen plenty of body paint and human flags, but this takes “the wearing” of the Arab revolution to the whole next level.
(photo: Yasser Al-Zayyat—AFP / Getty Images caption: Feb. 24, 2012. A Kuwaiti woman wears a contact lens in the colors of her national flag in Kuwait City on the eve of the Gulf state’s 51st Independence Day, and ahead of the 21st anniversary of the end of the Gulf War with the liberation of Kuwait from Iraqi occupation.
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