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Insight

The day I decided to quit Jabriya for a ‘quiet’ area

I lived in Jabriya for the first time in 1976, and after nearly half a century I decided to move to another area. The colleague …

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Kuwait water … and the 3 pressing parties

There are nearly five hundred vital government positions of which 160 are vacant, all of them senior appointments which have been waiting for a government …

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‘Nothing bodes well for home’

Al-Qabas has been addressing the most complex and most dangerous issues through editorials, the latest of which was published last Thursday warning that what is …

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Biting the feeding hand!

Some denounced us for writing about the Brotherhood, and constantly warning of their danger to the system and society, and their use of violence, in …

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Don’t ignore Sister Moody’s

I learned from my banking experience that the first question that should be asked to the loan applicant is to determine the sources of his …

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‘Ruqiah’ and religious currents

The cleric, Mohammad Al-Awadhi, attacked those who perform ‘ruqiah’ (casting out evil with prayer) and he did well by warning that some of its practitioners …

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‘Al-Dalal’ plays with words

They say that the Brotherhood member is always bound by his oath to external parties, and his loyalty to them forces him to abide by …

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Scandals in backward body for disabled

I do not think that there is a country in the world, such as Kuwait, that gives the disabled all these material and financial benefits, …

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After social security dilemma, came the tragedy of holidays

After we lost billions that were spent on the “joke” of overseas medical treatment, the thefts of electricity and the salaries of the disabled, the …

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Brotherhood women

We explained in a previous article that one of the outcomes of the National Conference held in the Saudi city of Jeddah in October 1990, …

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