Thursday , February 22 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Mullahs should heed Al-Jubeir

WHAT would Iran’s future be if the regime of Mullahs in Iran had not become captive of its own ideology and not jumped on the bandwagon to export its revolution but instead worked over the past few decades to develop the infrastructure of the country which has remained stagnant since …

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King Salman, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques

YOUR Highness the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, we bring to you some apprehensions draining the thoughts of many citizens in the region, because you have encouraged us to speak the truth with boldness. You were the one who motivated us with the statement; “whoever is writing should continue writing, …

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This is Kuwait, damn the maligners

SOME people attempt to depict Kuwait as a country that operates outside the circle of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). They are forgetting (or maybe it is out of their ignorance, no difference either way) that the relations lasted since the inception of the GCC. Regional voices particularly from Iran …

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Amiri speech decisive

THE speech given by HH the Amir during the inauguration of the 14th legislative term of the Parliament yesterday outlined the coming phase which he called a litmus test for the legislative authority concerning several sensitive issues. HH the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah in his address to the …

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Mullahs’ screams indicative of level of pain

TEHRAN invested many years to replace its slogan of ‘Death to America and Israel’ with ‘Death to Saudi Arabia and Arabs’. The nuclear agreement obliging Tehran to change the first slogan reflected a deep racial grudge against Arabs, and halted any mortgage for positive neighborliness which the Gulf countries have …

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Judiciary above embarrassment

IF those who forged the entire political chaos experienced in the past few years truly intended to reform and mend the practices of the State institutions, why are they flocking to the same institutions now to seek justice — as they claimed the institution did some of them injustices? What …

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When will the Arabs wake up?

AN ordinary Arab is sifting through the rubble of buildings, piles of people left behind by massacres and among people displaced by wars in this part of the world — in Libya, in Syria and Iraq — by the terrorist groups including al-Qaeda, the Islamic State (IS) or the so-called …

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Netanyahu …. period of illusions is over

THE leaders of the Zionist project bet on three things — desperation of the Palestinians, forgetfulness and integration of the Palestinians into other societies. However, throughout the 67 years of Palestinian suffering nobody believed what David Ben Gurion (the primary founder of the State of Israel and the first Prime Minister …

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Of ‘maladies’ and medicine

FOR the past four decades we have been courageously placing our palm to soothe the pain in our body. We shouted at the top of our voice that painkillers no longer had any effect. In spite of all this, we did not lose hope in our homeland and our capabilities …

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King Mohammad VI & political discourse

NOT many countries can stand the competition for transformation currently happening in the Arab World through the major democratic stride that became the standard by which efforts to shake internal stability is forestalled. Kingdom of Morocco is one of the few countries where the leader, King Mohammad VI, has been …

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