Saturday , February 24 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Superior call for wiping out the absurd wastage

IN HIS speech during the inauguration of the current parliamentary term, it is glaring that His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah has put everybody in a position to shoulder national responsibility in order to ensure the country continues moving on a path where nothing impedes its development. …

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Gulf openness tour

THE tour that the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud made across the GCC countries and ended in Kuwait was a good omen for all GCC nationals and Saudis in particular. This is especially true in relation to the social and economic openness among citizens …

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Wisdom saved Paris from Hitler and ‘ignorance’ destroyed Syria

  GENERAL Philippe Petain, leader of the then French Army, was left with two bitter options — to surrender to the Germans or resist when France was defeated in the Second World War by Germany, and Paris was subsequently destroyed. After hesitating for days, General Philippe Petain decided to surrender …

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Welcome Salman … backbone of the Gulf

WHEN the nation needed resolve, the Kingdom of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud acted with strong determination in designing the renascence without slacking. The ‘Decisive Storm’ averted destruction and woes waiting to befall on the region once the Persian enemy’s plan succeeded. King …

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Dear Saadoun, patriotism protects Kuwait, not democracy

EVERY citizen has right to express his/her opinion on national issues and Ahmad Al-Saadoun, who recently expressed his views explicitly on the Al-Jazeera Channel is not the exception. However, he erred during the interview when he said democracy is the security of Kuwait because of which the country was protected …

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Needed is a government that can stand up to Parliament

THE outcome of the 2016 National Assembly election was unusual; considering the huge voter turnout and variety of winners, especially the youth, making this election akin to a referendum. This ‘referendum’ was on national alternatives over factional and personal interests that coated previous Parliaments which caused several problems and Kuwait …

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When the ‘corrupt’ become shameless

COMBATING corruption is a trademark in election campaigns as candidates have been reiterating it for the past 30 years. But once they get elected, they start manipulating public funds and openly violate laws. One might exert pressure or even oblige ministers to employ his aides in positions for which they …

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Yemeni ‘coupists’ are writing their defeat

  THE hope of Houthis and Iran that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Arab coalition forces will be tired in the long war in Yemen has been shattered. They assumed that prolonging the conflict will prompt the coalition forces to let go of the endeavor to confront Iran’s …

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Oman … Qaboos’ Heart and Mind

THE National Day celebration of the Sultanate of Oman this year is different in form and substance compared to the previous years. This is because this year’s celebration is coupled with challenges and the persistence to continue on the path of progress led by the symbol of challenge — Sultan …

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Oman … Qaboos’ Heart and Mind

THE National Day celebration of the Sultanate of Oman this year is different in form and substance compared to the previous years. This is because this year’s celebration is coupled with challenges and the persistence to continue on the path of progress led by the symbol of challenge — Sultan …

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