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Sunday , November 18 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Sabah’s summit of Cooperation Council

COUNTRIES in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have schedules which cannot be delayed under any circumstances; hence, the 38th Gulf Cooperation Council Summit is being held in Kuwait with all of its six leaders in attendance. The summit eliminates the anxiety and fear which prevailed in the region throughout the …

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Yemen stands up to agents of Iran

MISTAKEN is anyone who thought that the coup coalition in Yemen will continue indefinitely or the Houthi side gained trust. Hence, what transpired in Sanaa and their expulsion from it was expected. In fact, it is a natural move for Yemenis to uproot this group for bringing corruption and havoc …

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Welcome to dignified Lebanon

IT IS not surprising that Iran meddles in the internal affairs of Lebanon easily since all nooks and crannies of the country are blurred, while their ears are blocked. They listen to all whispers coming out of every Arab nation or monitor every minor thing to prove their obedience to …

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Heil Hitler Mullahs

SINCE 1979, the Mullah regime has been living under pressure of ‘power illusion’ which toppled the Shah through the populace revolution. This pressure is clear in the interpretation of Al-Khomeini’s first slogan, ‘Exportation of the Revolution’, assuming that what happened in Iran can be transported to other countries. Al-Khomeini’s war …

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Muhammad bin Salman sides with his people against corruption

WHEN Lee Kuan Yew became Singapore’s first Prime Minister after the independence in 1959, his first statement was, “I have been deeply thinking about being one of the corrupt individuals and let the situation remain as it is in terms of corruption, crimes, bribes, backwardness and poverty; or I should …

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Beware end of Saudi patience

MANY observers look at the movements of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as slow and does not match the magnitude of the incident; hence, they are surprised by any measure that the Saudi leadership takes on issues concerning local or foreign affairs. Those who know the nature of the House …

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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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Persian heretics back to life since the days of Haroun Al-Rashid

DURING the reign of Haroun Al-Rashid (the fifth Abbasid Caliph) when his empire was vast, the Byzantines and Persia had no way to weaken the empire except through a media campaign using methods at the time, which were based on baseless allegations and stories. These campaigns targeted the ruler by …

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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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