KUWAIT CITY, Dec 26: After predicting the defeat of DAESH this year and an increase in Kuwait’s role within the Gulf region, the Lebanese astrologer Joumana Wehbi charted a forecast of Kuwait and the world for the year 2018, reports Al-Rai daily.
Regarding the local forecast, Wehbi explained that Kuwait will witness tensions between the government and the Parliament in 2018.
A large number of Palestinian workers will be deported. A wave of corruption will hit the country very hard. The series of increases in the charges of health services offered to expatriates will continue.
Kuwait will continue with its renowned diplomatic and calm policy, and maintain good neighborliness with everyone. At the international level, Wehbi predicted that 2018 will not be an ideal year for the administration of the US President Donald Trump, indicating that he will be subjected to a barrage of media attacks.
The top officials of his administration may leave office, and perhaps even Trump as well. The United States “will have a date” with terrorism next year.
There will be a number of terrorist attacks on the American soil and a number of environmental disasters as well as a confrontation with Iran.
About Syria, Wehbi said, “2018 will be a year of stabilization of the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, who will continue to rule and run for a new term”. Regarding Egypt, she indicated that President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will continue to head the country, adding that the country will witness frequent terrorist operations targeting the state amid the influx of terrorists in Sinai.
Wehbi said Iran will witness an Iranian “Arab Spring” as well as the assassination of an important figure, adding that the year in general will be a difficult year for the Iranian regime, but a Russian-Iranian-Saudi agreement regarding Yemen will be reached.
About Palestine, Wehbi said she is expecting the outbreak of a third Palestinian uprising, the capture of Israeli soldiers, early Israeli elections, completion of Palestinian reconciliation, and unification of Palestinian factions amid demands for the departure of the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Regarding Lebanon, she predicted that the campaign against Hezbollah will intensify internally and externally, and its relations with Syria will resume, indicating about the possibility of an Israeli aggression against Lebanon.