He won it back two years later and then went into self-exile
, returning to the USA in the early 1960s.
From Saddam's viewpoint, going into self-exile
would be the act of a coward.
Ariel Segal's Jews of the Amazon: Self-Exile
in Earthly Paradise tells the story of a small group in Iquitos (Amazonian Peru) who define themselves as Jews (some have migrated to Israel).
More insidious is the devil's ability to confuse the mystic with the notion that his words are really her words -- that his thinking is really her thinking -- which leads to self-exile
, doubt, and fragmentation.
On 3 November the Emir also pardoned 20 opposition activists living in self-exile
who had petitioned the Emiri court for return and pledged `straight behaviour'.
Milosz, who left Poland in self-exile
to France in 1957, took a job teaching at the University of California at Berkeley in 1960.
Harrington died last November at age 84 in Berlin, Germany, where he had lived in self-exile
for 34 years, his death hardly stiffed a ripple in his native United States.
Differing sensibilities also played a role in his years of seeming self-exile
After arriving in Quetta after 18-year self-exile
in Dubai, Marri was detained by the law-enforcement agencies for various cases and was released on bail, later.
Faraz remianed in self-exile
for six years and wrote Muhasira, a satirical piece on the dictator's rule.
He said Fawad served as adviser to former dictator Pervez Musharraf, who was now in self-exile
and his property had also been confiscated.
Some of these judges are living in self-exile
outside Egypt, joining an anti-government alliance.