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Sunday , September 15 2019

Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli

Monopolists of terrorism

ALL of a sudden, we Arabs and Muslims have become the monopolists of terrorism and exporters of terroristic ideology. We have become the authorized suppliers …

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Freedom of expression just a theoretical issue

LEADERS of the United States of America and citizens of American states have always bragged that America is the leader of the free world. Free …

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Mogherini selfie

THE beautiful Italian woman, Federica Mogherini, who currently occupies the position High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, visited the …

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We dream to live without mobiles!

RECENTLY, as I was passing through the arrival hall of Kuwait International Airport, my bag was placed on the baggage inspection belt by the porters. …

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Not a pin or missile or even a matchstick

MY article last week was about the visit of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Israel, and his announcement that he does not intend …

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Kuwait 2035 … proceed by the grace of Almighty Allah

THE Kuwait Journalists Association (KJA) graciously hosted us one evening during the month of Ramadan at the Dar Al-Athar in Yarmouk. There we met the …

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Suitable decision & civilized action

TUNISIA’S Cabinet Council issued a decision to prohibit religious groups in the country from establishing political factions under the guise of religious slogans. Such a …

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Brotherhood’s double standards not strange

LAST WEEK, the Turkish authority decided to start the process of withdrawing the citizenship of 130 people who are Turkish from their fathers and grandfathers. …

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What about takfir, hate statements?!

OUR colleague Mubarak Habib of Al-Qabas newspaper is in charge of writing about the verdicts and decisions issued by the courts and the prosecution. He …

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Believers … ‘infidels’

RECENTLY, some believers among Egyptian youths killed more than 40 people, majority of them were children and women; whereas the number of injured doubled the …

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