Sunday , November 19 2017

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Crises only solved with determination

THE government has resolved the sports issue and it is determined to implement the law, through which it has restored the reverence it needed to impose for quite some time. If only it had happened on time, the government would have saved a lot for itself and the Kuwaitis who …

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US reversion not a virtue

DID the United States of America need about 300,000 deaths, more than a million disabled and injured, and 12 million displaced and refugees, in order to realize that the solution in Syria cannot be reached through military option and that the political negotiation is the only way to end the …

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Search for the original ‘DAESH’ in Iran

THE international alliance is intensifying strikes against DAESH and even countries outside the alliance are attacking the terrorist group. Here is Turkey that launched a military campaign against the locations occupied by DAESH in North Syria, hitting two birds with a single stone. While Turkey sends DAESH domination away from …

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Subsidies a kettle with a lot of holes

A CERTAIN voice wants the government to remedy the economic and financial crisis caused by the oil price decline without touching the service earnings which put a huge burden on public funds and continue to go to waste. The reason is those benefiting from subsidies have louder voices and they …

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Mohammad VI’s unique bond with his subjects

KING MOHAMMAD VI revived the vision when he reactivated the royal revolution, led by his grandfather, against colonialists. This is due to his close contact with citizens, enabling him to feel their pulse as well as address the issues concerning them and the nation in general. In a speech he …

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If only they did not do it in Syria

IT IS time for everyone to face the truth. After five years and a half since the war started in Syria, with Turkey pioneering the fall of the regime; Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım has finally admitted it is possible for Bashar al-Assad to be part of the transition period …

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El-Sisi immune to Brotherhood cries

TODAY, the government of Egypt and its President Abdul-Fattah El-Sisi are subjected to a fierce campaign of criticism on account of a recent statement about Egypt seeking loan from the World Bank. The campaign is led by the “Brotherhood” and its kind that look at every major achievement through the …

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Moscow pitches tent with carcass of coup plotters

APPARENTLY, Russia has returned to the politics of the former Soviet Union which led to its collapse. This is reflected in the politics related to the Middle East and the loss of ties with powerful countries due to its bias towards the weakest governments politically and economically. In spite of …

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Yemen ‘cemetery’ for Tehran agents

THE coup plotters did not leave any window open for peaceful solution in Yemen. They closed the window up to the extent of plotting against themselves when they ran out of excuses. In a desperate move, they announced the creation of the so-called, ‘Political Council’, to manage the affairs of …

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Erdogan, ‘Dikkatli Olmak’ for Brotherhood’s dreams

IMMEDIATELY after the Turkish government foiled a coup attempt last month, the ‘sheikhs’ of dreams from the Arab’s ‘Brotherhood’ started claiming that they saw Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a dream exuding an aura close to sainthood. They made the same claim about Mohammad Morsi when their group appointed …

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