Saturday , October 20 2018

Ahmed Al Jarallah

Will Tehran’s peacocks learn from exemplary Korea?

THE World Health Organization (WHO) announced at the beginning of this year that thousands of North Korean children are under the threat of starvation. Over the past twenty years, this is the second time starvation is staring in the face of this isolated nation. North Korea is in this situation …

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Do you want to rule Kuwait?

AFTER every parliamentary election, the level of optimism increases with the hope that the new Parliament will be different from the previous one. However, when the Members of Parliament settle in their parliamentary seats, political blackmail and squabbling return, and the two authorities start moving around an empty circle of …

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Lebanon … polls or civil war?

NEXT month, Lebanon will witness parliamentary elections, which can be described as decisive in various aspects. The elections this time will be different compared to the previous ones. It has been nine years since the last parliamentary elections, which were conducted on the basis of distribution of legacy of power …

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Saudi Arabia to insolent media: eat your hearts out

LAST Saturday, in the Saudi capital Riyadh, the security forces shot down a ‘toy drone’ which was hovering near one of the royal palaces. This was immediately announced the Saudi security forces and this was all that happened. This reality was very difficult for the evil minds to swallow. They …

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Mulla leaders, take a leaf out of Korea

SINCE 1979 Iran has been banking on empty threats and intimidations and each time a file is closed, it opens another. Tehran’s main agenda these days is the nuclear agreement, which the Iranian leaders saw as divine victory. After the Americans showed their determination to suspend it, Iran’s Minister of …

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Oh Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, eliminate blood traders

WHENEVER we talk about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, we do so with the conviction that the pride of this great country is our pride, whatever harms it harms us too, and whatever benefits it benefits us as well. For that reason, we refer to your words, “Blessed is who …

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The corrupt fighting corruption with slogans … how sad!!

IT IS only in Kuwait where the corrupt are bragging about fighting against corruption and the squanderers take up the role of protecting public funds. While stealing, they scream at the top of their voices to announce that they protect public welfare and the portion of the national wealth allocated …

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Oh Health Ministry, go and treat the disease

THE one who is afraid of the truth hurries to unwittingly deny the content of his words, ending up with indirect acknowledgement of the same truth; hence, if some of what gets published is untrue, denying it is not the truth. This is due to the fact that it is …

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50 sashes of challenge donned with blood … and ‘Al-Seyassah’ continues

WE always start our day by promising that tomorrow is another day of another challenge, and only another challenge preoccupies us. It has been like that for the past 50 years of the ‘Al-Seyassah’ course of challenges and consistency of its principles. We want it to be the image of …

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Muhammad bin Salman … shocking but positive

THE statement made by Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Muhammad bin Salman during his visit to the United States of America on where he stands can be considered a positive shock which the Arabs need to wake up from the euphoria of slogans and reaction politics which only led to …

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