Friday , October 19 2018

Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli

Trump does not trot vainly

PRESIDENT Donald Trump is the most controversial president of the United States of America after Richard Nixon. He currently faces the possibility of impeachment following the clamor he raised over the firing of the Head of Federal Investigation Bureau (FBI) James Comey. The termination of Comey’s employment brought an abrupt …

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We are extremists’ grandparents

THE French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen was defeated by the now President-elect Emmanuel Macron in last Sunday’s presidential election with the latter winning an unprecedented 66 percent of the casted votes and Le Pen just 34 percent. No attacks on foreigners especially Arabs and Muslims were attributed to Macron …

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Tolerance and coexistence vs bigotry and extremism

THANK God, the visit of the Coptic Pope Tawadros II to Kuwait at the invitation of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah was very successful. The people of Kuwait proved what they are made of and that Kuwait is truly a tolerant and coexistent country. This was …

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You are the real culprits!!

THE culprits from DAESH have been spreading destruction in every corner of the world, with clear exception of those who support their bloody ideology and those who rejoice — even silently — over the massacres and miseries they carry out throughout the world. The latest crime of DAESH was when …

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Grave silence

IT has been observed that the heroes who have been screaming and yelling for Syria and its people did not even flinch over the savage crime that took its toll on the souls of about 150 peaceful civilians, including children, women and the elderly, and injured more than 1,000 civilian …

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All those who do not read history

GEORG Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, a German philosopher, once said, “We learn from history that we do not learn from history”. A German-Russian philosopher Karl Marx said, “History repeats itself twice, first time as tragedy, second time as farce”. A Spaniard philosopher George Santayana said, “Those who do not learn from …

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Incitement to live with evil

  IN MY last week’s article titled “People are in the religion of their government”, I had narrated the story of a Kuwaiti youth who is studying in the United States of America under the Kuwaiti government scholarship. I thought his scholarship was terminated because he got married to an …

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People in religion of their government

THE sudden rush against our brothers in humanity — expatriates — is unjustifiable, especially due to its sudden surprising emergence without prior warning. These three million people did not come to this country in a day or under a thick layer of darkness such that we just opened our eyes …

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Double standards!

HONORABLE Hind Al-Sabeeh, the Minister of Social Affairs and Labor refused to officially announce the non-profit organization named “Kuwait Liberal Movement”. She based her rejection of the organization on the fact that its main structure allows political interference, which is not permissible among nonprofit organizations (Al- Seyassah daily, March 12). …

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Art stronger than politics

ART neither knows limits nor restrictions or political redlines. In other words, the new US President, Donald Trump attacked Muslims and issued his first executive order banning the citizens of seven mainly Muslim majority countries from entering the United States of America, among them Iran. Hollywood , which is an …

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