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Wednesday , November 21 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Bahrain irreconcilable over Iranian terrorism

THE story of Persian greed in Bahrain is not new and it is not linked to a certain regime. Since the independence of the Kingdom of Bahrain in 1971, the Shah of Iran made this Arab country the main target through various means, but he failed even in infiltrating the …

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Nawaf Al-Ahmad … man of excellence and trust

FEBRUARY in Kuwait is the month for celebrating events which changed the history of this country — the day Kuwait gained its independence, the day it was liberated and a new dawn of patriotism emerged to cement its identity principles. Despite the hurdles which the country encountered from time to …

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Bloody wrath knocks on Tehran’s tyrannical doors

THE populace uprising in Iran which started early this year against the Mullah regime is just the beginning of a rapidly intensifying uprising due to corruption that exceeded expectations, even the one which prevailed when the Shah era ended through a coup. Addressing officials and officers of the military forces …

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Sabah of goodness … May your grants include children of Kuwaiti women

HUMANITARIAN Work Leader is not an ephemeral global title. It reflects the nature of HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah who feels people’s concerns and pains, while exerting tremendous efforts to ease and lessen the impact of such concerns and pains. Grants to settle debts of citizens and …

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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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Saudi Labor Minister, you are killing development with expat levy

HIS Excellency Minister of Labor and Social Development of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Dr Ali Nasser Al-Ghafis, when I address you through these lines, I am doing so based on my conviction not just as a Kuwaiti citizen, but also a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) national. This concurs with …

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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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Sabah Al-Ahmad challenges geographical curse

A CERTAIN principle in politics considers geography a curse. However, there is a counter principle and it is being established today by the hands of the maker of the future, His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad. Today, we are witnessing his ability to transform the curse into gift and …

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Sinai recovering from IS terrorism

THE campaign to root out terrorism in Sinai Peninsula is synchronized with Egyptian timings and its domestic considerations; hence, when the time approached, Egypt’s forces armed with domestic and international support launched a campaign against ‘DAESH’ and other terrorist groups. Egypt’s forces would not have started a campaign of this …

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Saudi leaders, beware of those who ‘seek to make it crooked’

MEMBERS of a secret organization ambushed the convoy of the spiritual father of the Fifth Republic of France, Charles de Gaulle, in an attempt to assassinate him while he was on his way to his village house on Aug 22, 1962. Bullets shattered the rear window of his car, so …

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