Wednesday , February 21 2018

Opinion

NEVER SAY NO TO HISTORY – Inshallah

Dr Hesham Al-Awadi is Professor in History at the American University of Kuwait, delivered a lecture on the importance of the history of Kuwait at the Yarmouk Cultural Centre, on Monday evening, as part of the Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah’s 23rd cultural season. Dr Al-Awadi was lecturer in Modern Middle East …

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Incoming destructive Mullahs

SOMETHING evokes pity in what Iranians are going through, particularly the injustice caused by the Mullah regime’s detachment from reality. This is happening while the Iranian economy continues to collapse. The value of its currency (toman) depreciated against the US dollar by 30 percent within a day. This is in …

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‘Workers deserve better’

Colleague Iqbal Al-Ahmad has made a smart move on the issue of the Philippine employment crisis in Kuwait and the Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to ban Filipinos from traveling and working in Kuwait. This decision has harmed our reputation during a conference which was held to support and reconstruct …

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Challenge accepted!

MY two previous articles entitled, “Our Red Crescent illuminates the sky of Philippines” and “Kuwait without Filipinas!!” published in the Arab Times and Al-Qabas newspapers, focused on the Filipino community in Kuwait and our relationship with them.  These articles received what can be described as a controversial response. The response …

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Decree pleasing

ADJUSTMENT of relations between the private sector and the government — any government — is necessary for the revival of the local market. Based on this, King Salman bin Abdulaziz issued a royal order to register all delayed dues of suppliers and contractors within government agencies and to put urgent …

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