Wednesday , August 15 2018

Opinion

Brotherhood edicts can’t rescue Erdogan’s lira

AFTER the June 30, 2013 revolution, edicts from Brotherhood clerics started flowing in torrents and the media orchestra started beating the drum of fiscal war against Egypt only because the people retrieved the country from the claws of rogues. The only standing phrase for such people is that coup militarizes …

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‘A stitch in time saves nine’

Raising thieves A friend, whom I trust and respect, told me that in 1975 an educationalist met a senior official and gave him a list of names of senior officials in the country who were holding education certificates that had not been accredited, so as not to say ‘forged’ and terminate …

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You were right Abdullah … they are seceders

FOR the past seven years, Jordan has been serving as a barrier against terrorist groups and the spread of these groups in Arabian Gulf countries. Without a doubt, citizens and security forces paid a high price, especially since the kingdom has been and continues to be a sanctuary for about …

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What blocked my story?

Promises in vain For technical reasons I have published my new story in Beirut “Abdullatif Al-Armani (Armenian)” which includes approximately 150 pages. I have submitted copies of the story to the Kuwait Books Censorship Department of the Ministry of Information for approval so that I can sell the books in  …

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Rescue Iranians before the flood

THE insistence of the Iranian regime to confront the international community will not lead to the ‘Divine Triumph’ it has been dreaming of. It is really too late for the Mullahs to stop the internal violence they caused. The more the ball of popular anger rolls, the bigger it becomes …

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Beginning of change

Balloon of happiness Yousef is a small boy intelligent and discerning. He was very familiar of his father the way he talked about his accounts in banks, about his property abroad, saw money in his father’s hands, and how he used the credit cards to buy the household needs. Yousef …

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Hamad bin Isa is King of Dilmun … land of life

IF you compare the stages of ancient and modern history with the present Bahrain, you will see a reality that has not changed for thousands of years. Dilmun, the name given to Bahrain in Sumerian language, means the land of life. There is no doubt in the eyes of the …

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Tourist visa case

‘Missed opportunity’ Tourists from all over the world are keen to visit countries that are rich in touristic destinations where they can spend an enjoyable time. When we look at the global touristic map, we will figure out there are a number of factors that distinguish each and every touristic …

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The shamed felt ashamed

ONE of my dear friends, who I trust well, told me about an unfortunate event that took place on the day he arrived in Kuwait after spending his summer vacation in an Arab country. He asked me to tell the story to my dear readers. My friend said he is …

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Mutual consent needed to modify an agreement

Recently I’ve seen an increase in disputes between prime contractors and subcontractors. Usually, the prime contractor fails to fulfil its payment obligations, or the subcontractor is not performing as agreed. These disputes are often the result of a non-existent or poorly drafted contract that both parties have refused to follow. …

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