Friday , October 19 2018

Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli

Photogenic doctors

WE, in Kuwait, have been witnessing a phenomenon hardly seen in any other country — that of attaching the photos of doctors to advertisements along with a detailed description of their fields of specialization. Titles usually precede the names of doctors. All over the world, it is known that professions …

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Letter from a loving expatriate

ATTACKING and blaming expatriates indiscreetly and indiscriminately by regarding them as the secret behind our degradation and the vicious disorder in every sector of our society is wrong “according to his conviction.” We, as Kuwaitis, are the main partners in the degradation, disorder and corruption; whereas it is difficult — …

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Deserving judgement

THE judgment issued recently on the 10-year imprisonment with hard labor of 19 citizens for joining the infamous terrorist group ‘DAESH’ is deserved and overdue. The non-issuance of such judgement in the past made us wonder for a long time, considering the group received funding from Kuwait and its people. …

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A woman worth a thousand men

THE first one is 16-year-old Palestinian girl Ahed Tamimi. The entire world witnessed with their eyes and ears the practices of Israel’s apartheid occupying authority while handling this unarmed blonde girl. I was shocked by the image of Ahed Tamimi who was surrounded by about 13 Israeli policewomen and policemen. …

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Pardon us for ‘haters of fun’

I WAS glad to read an article in last Thursday’s Al-Qabas daily newspaper written by columnist Dala’ Al-Mufti about the lack of fun and rejoicing in our ‘Eid’ celebrations nowadays. Instead, fun and rejoicing stormed the celebrations of others, especially our Christian brothers and sisters. Unfortunately, the article is hundred …

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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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