Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli

A commanding beggar

THE beggar I refer to here is Abu Hamza Al-Masri who Great Britain sheltered, fed and clothed, he and his family, and the man later turned against the host country by inciting ignorant young British men to turn against their country and against the entire Western civilization. It is yet …

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A good terrorist one who is dead

BRITISH Secretary of State for Defense Gavin Williamson said a few days ago, “Britons who fought for the so-called Islamic State (DAESH) abroad should be hunted down and killed to ensure they never return to the United Kingdom.” Williamson added, “Simply, a dead terrorist cannot cause any harm to Britain,” …

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You haven’t manufactured Airbus … not even a pencil

I DO NOT understand the braggadocio of an Arab, especially about the world in which he has not partaken even an inch in its development that he is also enjoying immensely. I do not understand the mentality or cobwebs which cover the Arab mentality, to a point of reaching the …

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Museum churches, massacre mosques

WE hope the massacre that ‘DAESH’ carried out in the northern part of Sinai’s city of Arish, where more than 300 people lost their lives and many others were injured, will awaken the conscience of their colleagues in the fanatic extremism movement. We still remember with astonishment the comment made …

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No to dualism … yes to ‘respect’ for laws

LAWS were not enacted vainly. They were sanctioned, either unilaterally in some cases by the Executive Authority or in partnership with the Legislative Authority when considering national representation; hence, the operative law should be enforced, otherwise, it should be abolished. This is due to the fact that if a valid …

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Decisive nights in Riyadh … Affable nights in Vienna

THE Royal Decree issued during the weekend in Riyadh concerning the establishment of an anti-corruption authority with fangs and claws is headed by the Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman. It is all about public interest, abuse of public money without fear of religion or conscience, morality or patriotism, taking …

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The agent of disease cannot become cure

FROM all corners of the world, countries are now standing tough on members of ‘DAESH’ and its sympathizers — the way they stood tough on the Tartars and then the Nazis. ‘DAESH’ followers brag about spreading their atrocities which the entire humanity condemns — apart from those who have been …

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Me too, moi aussi

CURRENTLY, there is a huge uproar around the world over the sexual misconduct scandal involving famous American film producer Harvey Weinsten – co-founder of the film company ‘Miramax’. This producer did not spare actresses from sexual misconduct, obviously in return for giving them roles in the films he is making. …

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Long gone nights of bliss and glee

WITH grateful organization by the remarkable engineer — Niyaz Khajah (Assistant Undersecretary for Engineering Affairs) — one of the supervisors of the marvelous modern building Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Center (Opera House), my significant other and I attended the concert of Lebanese superstar Ragheb Alama last Thursday evening. The place, time …

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Tragedy of the 588 nurses

A TOTAL of 588 nurses came to Kuwait through the old administration in the Ministry of Health — former minister and undersecretary. After arriving in Kuwait and completing the necessary medical test, and before reporting to their work station; they were shocked to discover that there was no vacancy for …

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