Saturday , October 21 2017

Opinion

Give real liberals chance … we’re one

“There is no more miserable human being than one in whom nothing is habitual but indecision,” (American Philosopher William James 1842-1910). The reasonable merging of political freedom in Kuwait has an effect on the group of the learned, intellectuals and politicians. Different factions practice politics, particularly through parliamentary work. Among …

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Lineage in the coinage of Islam – Coins & Caliphs

Abdullah Mohammed Bin Jassem Al Mutairi, an Emirati expert on Islamic coins, delivered a comprehensive lecture on Islamic coinage, discussing the verses and slogans engraved on them, at the Yarmouk Cultural Center on Monday evening as part of Dar Al Athar Al Islamiyyah’s 23rd cultural season. Al Mutairi is a …

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Long gone nights of bliss and glee

WITH grateful organization by the remarkable engineer — Niyaz Khajah (Assistant Undersecretary for Engineering Affairs) — one of the supervisors of the marvelous modern building Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Center (Opera House), my significant other and I attended the concert of Lebanese superstar Ragheb Alama last Thursday evening. The place, time …

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Iraq watch out, the fire is huge

UNDOUBTEDLY, avoiding war in the oil regions of Kirkuk is a good step towards reducing tensions that emitted from the recent secession referendum in Kurdistan. However, this would not be enough unless Iraqis are wary about falling into the trap of civil war. Iraqis have had enough with the wars …

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Visitor in Iran has rights

“The value of each one of us is based on the level of our self belief” – Iranian revolutionary Dr Ali Shariat (1933-1977). Faleh has many fans. He is known to his followers on social media for his trips in Europe onboard a classic 70s sports car — the famous …

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At the time when the citizen Muhammad VI speaks…

ONCE again, King Muhammad VI addressed the Moroccan legislative authority in its 2nd commencement session as a citizen expressing his concerns and suffering. He put everyone in front of the national responsibility which does not accept bargaining or discrimination, especially when he conveyed to the authority the misgivings of youths …

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A BETTER END – HELP & HOPE WHEN THERE IS NO CURE – PALLIATIVE CARE TO EASE THE PAIN OF PASSING FOR THEM … US – Live out our last days to the fullest, before saying our final goodbyes

Palliative care is end of life care. It is probably the most misunderstood specialty in the entire field of medicine. That is because for most people, the medical profession is synonymous with saving lives. For patients with life-threatening illnesses, just as important as the gift of life is the right …

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