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Insight

‘Do it to win over nation’s hearts’

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf Your Highness the Prime Minister! I have no doubt that you, like any sincere citizen who loves this country is dissatisfied with the size …

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Wolves do not run in vain

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf After several decades of hesitation and after the security and stability of Egypt was tempered by the Muslim Brotherhood which had serious impact on …

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Little respect for our minds!

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf In his great theory, Isaac Newton says: Every action has an equal and opposite reaction in power, and in direction. The narrator began speaking …

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The initiative of sincerity

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf In expressing her love to Kuwait, and on the occasion of the recent celebrations of Kuwait independence and liberation, Nisrin Abu Karam, the Lebanese …

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Mutual agreement best option when terminating contract

Najmah Brown, Esq. Terminating a contract prior to the expiration date is always a difficult decision for most corporations, when considering the consequences of early …

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‘Privatize electricity sector’

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf In spite of all efforts exerted by the Ministry of Electricity to collect the overdue power consumption bills of citizens which have accumulated over …

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Dislike for the competitive

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf I can say with confidence that a majority of parliamentary interpellations in the National Assembly, especially in recent years, have become like farces characterized …

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Palestinians and Egyptians

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf In his distinguished book ‘Deadly Identities’, the international Lebanese–French writer Amin Maalouf says that “The more an immigrant feels his culture of origin respected, …

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Al-Bahr and charity funds

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf In an article titled ‘Pioneers in Charitable Action’ on November 3, colleague Bader Al-Bahr mentioned a story about the late Yusuf Al-Fulaij, the treasurer …

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The ‘shameful’ truth

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf Until the 1950s, Korea was a mere marginal, non-industrialized, semi-backward state, and was the most tempting victim of the Great Colonial Zone countries during …

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