Friday , February 22 2019

Insight

‘A …’ from elbow

IN 1966 the Chinese leader Mao Zedong unleashed the Great Cultural Revolution which held as its four pillars the annihilation of the old (old traditions, …

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True enemy of Muslims

Kuwait began vaccinating schoolchildren before other neighboring countries for decades, thanks to the enlightened rule and distinguished doctors such as the late Dr Yahya Al-Hadidi, …

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Flying gravel dilemma…whom to point finger at ?

Yesterday I drove to the chalets area and returned the same day. I do not know why it came to my mind to count the …

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‘Bridging the religious gap’

Human and moral disgrace that afflicted us as a homeland and citizens is about to vanish with the approval of a bill by the Legislative …

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Eliminating violence against women

GENDER-based violence is an affliction that has no place in civilized society. It is a scourge that affects women of every race and ethnicity, every …

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Solomon’s hoopoe … away from our reach

The hoopoe bird has a place in the religious heritage that is not enjoyed by any other bird. It lived in Kuwait in the 1960s …

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Focus on migration within purview of international laws

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 21: The main shortfall of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is that the international declaration focuses on providing …

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Residents & naturalization

For more than one reason, the number of my fellow citizens is almost equal to the number of residents, each of who has advantages and …

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The destitute millionaires

The Chinese proverb says: ‘Do not give a man fish for dinner, but teach him how to catch it’. I swear we are the last …

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‘Respect MP’s opinion right’

I admit that I do not like the way MP Safa Al-Hashem talks and I am not comfortable with her political positions. I also doubt that …

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