Insight

Living pleasures of old age – Blessing in disguise

Those who know life well are quite aware that every age has its beauty and its advantage and splendor. These words are of course addressed to those who have crossed 60 or 70. Young people cannot be compared to the age they have not yet reached but perhaps they can …

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Appeal for peace

On my first day as Secretary-General of the United Nations, one question weighs heavily on my heart. How can we help the millions of people caught up in conflict, suffering massively in wars with no end in sight? Civilians are pounded with deadly force. Women, children and men are killed …

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The endangered species

Two most senior government officials, most experienced and loyal, have revealed serious facts. Major-General Talal Ma’arafi said that the Interior Ministry procedures in regards to visas for expatriates contributed to the reduction of marginal employment by about 30 percent. He said Kuwait’s population reached 4,250,000 including 2,000,700 expatriates among them …

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Emotional infrastructure – ‘Stay alive, stay free’

I don’t know how to tell you this, but when it comes to emotions, you need to maintain its composition and fabric because neither cement nor foam can fill your heart or your dignity when it breaks or collapses. Make the fabric of your emotions firm, intact and solid. Make it …

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When the West shunned us – ‘Time to end madness’

Writing is kind of telling what must be told, and alarm, and also a way to express what is going on in our minds and that includes ideas too. I and hundreds of others had warned leniency shown to the religious extremism. I had also demanded a lot of science …

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Love, peace and tolerance – ‘Merry Christmas to all’

In a homily delivered by the Pope some time ago at the St Peter’s Square in the Vatican, His Holiness said ‘I am thinking of some benefactors who come and say they like to give this to the church, but these monetary donations sometimes are stained with the blood of …

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Will I meet you tomorrow?

“AS a doctor, I had to visit an elderly and helpless patient in his home. According to medical records, he was suffering from cancer and there was no hope of his recovery. After rejecting all type of care, he preferred to remain at home. “When I arrived at his home, …

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Khaja, Moshe and reading

Farah Khaja says in a message to me: “I very much enjoyed reading your book, which took me five days. However, it was possible to complete reading the book in less time, but for the work and family commitments. “I’ve always been a fan of your articles, but unfortunately I …

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‘All same in God’s world’ – Racism and stupidity

Ruling regimes, groups or individuals believe in racial or ethnic discrimination in order to distinguish themselves from others, if for reasons of biological, cultural, political, tribal, religious or otherwise. Hitler was a racist, because he believed in the supremacy of the Aryan race (the gifted race among others) such as …

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‘Brothers’ enjoyed govt support – Historic calamity

There is no disagreement, even among the most strictest Brotherhood members, that the World Muslim Brotherhood organization, led by its supreme leader Ma’amoun Al-Hudaibi launched a fierce campaign in 1990, using the term ‘Obedience’ involving all its followers against the presence of the United States of America and its allies …

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