Saturday , November 18 2017

Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli

Patience has limits

THE tribal lawmaker who boasted that more than 90 young men from his tribe got admission at the Saad Al-Abdullah Academy for Security Sciences and the Ali Sabah Al-Salem Military College upon his recommendation has violated the Kuwaiti Constitution which speaks of justice, liberty and equality which forms the firmest …

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Hijarbie approaching

ISLAMOPHOBIA has pervaded the entire world because the Americans and some Arab countries, along with the so-called Islamic movements, used Islam and its principles to fight against the atheistic Soviet Union in Afghanistan. However, magic backfired on the magician as those ‘brought up’ by American, Gulf and Islamic subsidies and …

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Bit of shame … lot of tolerance

IN AN unprecedented incident, a gang of Arab men attacked scores of women at a train station in the German city of Cologne on New Year’s Eve. According to the news, the gang consisted of Arab migrants — most of whom came from North Africa — who robbed, groped and …

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‘Zika’ marshals countries of the world except Kuwait

THE World Health Organization (WHO) announced Monday that Zika virus is a global health emergency, as it is almost certain that the virus is the main reason behind the rise of birth defects among newborn babies — neurological disorders and neonatal malformations — in the continent of South America. Experts …

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Like it or not, Kuwait capital of humanity

THE United Nations crowned our Amir with the title, “Humanitarian Leader”, due to the clear record of the leadership in the following aspects — respect for humanity, kindness towards humans and humanitarian assistance for those afflicted with disasters. Just after honoring our Amir as the humanitarian leader and coinciding with …

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Cameron set good example

  LAST Monday, writing an article in The Times, British Prime Minister David Cameron stressed on the need for British Muslim women to come out of social isolation, the need to teach them the English language and address the issue of discrimination against them. Speaking to a group of Muslim …

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Our money saved your neck

  IT is a shame the proponents of the interpellation request which was filed against the Minister of Health Dr Ali Al-Obaidi could muster only nine signatures in their bid to submit a no-confidence motion against the minister whose mistakes in the ministry have become unaffordable. It is enough to …

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Indeed, it is We who sent down the Holy Quran and indeed We will be its guardian, but not in your hands

  A FEW months ago, the oldest fragments of the Holy Qur’an were discovered. This discovery was neither in the country of ‘revelation’ nor the country of well-guided caliphates or even the not well-guided caliphate. In fact, it was not in any Arab or Islamic country. The discovery of the …

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Immorality in antagonism

KUWAIT — its young and its old — were shocked by the death of a member of the Parliament – Nabil Al-Fadel – who was a prominent and outspoken MP. He was not afraid of being blamed by his critics when it came to standing for what is right. This …

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