Friday , February 22 2019

Insight

The loyal Kuwaitis in … multiple disasters

FROM time to time, the precious nature of real Kuwaitis who love this land appears.  In the last quarter of the 19th century, a terrifying …

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Flaw in citizenship law

MP Khaled Al-Shatti has presented a bill on abolishing Article Five of the Nationality Law, which states the Kuwaiti nationality applicant must be a Muslim. …

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‘Far from the eye and heart’

MANY consider the Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh a remote and strange area although it is adjacent to the airport. Many do not know its exact location, and …

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Roads body … scapegoat

I ONCE tweeted that Muslims cleanse sins through Hajj, Christians through confession in church and Hindus by plunging into India’s holy Ganges River. The Jews do …

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‘More than oil & dollars’

In his book ‘The Gulf Moment in Contemporary Arab History’, the Emirati academic Abdul Khaliq Abdullah says: “No observer will search for anything in the …

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History and our ‘Iron Man’

The Ironman Triathlon, organized by World Triathlon Corporation consists of swimming, biking, hiking without breaks, is one of the most challenging world-class sporting event that …

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‘Cannot continue for long’

The government complains of clear lack of understanding about the philosophy of taxation and does not wish to prejudice the disbursement of wealth to support …

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Is it time to disbelieve?

I believe that a majority of the people who are loyal to this beautiful country have shown mixed feelings towards our democracy, especially what has happened …

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Our and Western charities

I do not know if it is stupidity or ignorance to think about comparing the size and quality of financial, technical and medical aid offered …

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Myself and Bitcoin – II

The Bitcoin market was founded in 2010 and the first real deal was made when 10,000 Bitcoin was paid for pizza. Hal Finney was one …

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