Wednesday , November 22 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

They are slaughtering Lebanese freedom

LEBANON has been known for its press freedom since the fall of the Ottoman Empire. Whenever someone from any party attempts to violate or touch the press body, he ends up experiencing major political and security tremors. One of the incidents that sparked war was the assassination of journalist Naseeb …

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Lebanese Republic of ‘Hezbollah’

IF ‘Hezbollah’ is a member of the government, an influential force on the ground and the one which controls Lebanon’s State decisions, it will mess up people’s minds whenever a Lebanese official comes out to say he abides by the policy of disassociation. It becomes worse if that official is …

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Review the Constitution … fix the regulations

NO ONE in Kuwait wishes for lame constitutional establishments that do not perform their duties efficiently, although there is a bitter fact proven by the resignation of the government with regard to the political calmness which is currently overwhelming the National Assembly. At present, members of the Parliament cannot engage …

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Lebanon … Hariri solution or ‘burn’

RESIGNED Prime Minister of Lebanon Saad Al-Hariri set the record straight in his interview with ‘Future TV’ on what is supposed to be done in the coming days for Lebanon to avert a situation which is worse than the one ‘Hezb Al-Shaytan’ has dragged it into and the latter’s interference …

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Hezb Al-Shaytan here is the reality

IN THE past few days, the ‘Hezbollah’ group has been raising a whirlwind in confronting the resignation of Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri. Its Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah considers the resignation a statement “written by Saudi ink” and it is not from the Lebanese Future Movement’s rhetoric. This assumption comes …

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Amir’s ‘message’ the decisive word

THE message of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah to members of Parliament has put everyone in front of their historical obligation which cannot accommodate any selfish opinion or struggle to achieve temporary objectives at the expense of the supreme welfare of the nation. This especially applies …

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Salman … promise fulfilled

THE clean-up campaign of Saudi Arabia against corrupt individuals, which was launched through direct order from King Salman bin Abdulaziz and under the direct supervision of Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman — chief of the Higher Council of the National Anti-corruption Commission, is not the end. Instead, it is just …

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