Saturday , November 18 2017

Khaled Aljenfawi

‘MoI must step up security raids to nab criminals, illegal expats’ – ‘Fine, then deport law-breakers’

According to a recent report by Al-Anba daily, “Ahmadi Security Director Brigadier Abdullah Safa has sent an official letter to Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Suleiman Al-Fahad, requesting the deportation of 64 hawkers who were arrested from a makeshift market in Mahboula area as well as four …

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‘Open asylum policies pose big future threat to Europe societies’ – ‘Deport law-breakers’

According to the BBC, “German Chancellor Angela Merkel has proposed changes to make it easier to deport asylum-seekers who commit crimes, after the New Year’s Eve sex attacks on women in Cologne. The attacks, which victims say were carried out by men of North African and Arab appearance, have called …

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‘Widespread raids to arrest illegal, criminal expats soon’ – ‘MoI campaigns do not violate rights’

According to a recent news report by the Arab Times “the decision of Kuwait’s government to reduce the number of expatriates could backfire, considering that 2.9 million of 4.3 million people currently residing in the country are foreign workers, reports Al-Rai daily quoting blouinnews. com – a groundbreaking news website …

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‘Muslims only must address cultural problems, extremism’ – West ‘divided’ on terrorism

It is obvious that some of the secular Western intelligentsia continue to fluctuate in their opinions regarding terrorism. In fact, part of the secular Western mind continually appears to maintain a politically correct intellectual approach toward the violence of terrorism: for example, some Western intellectuals seem to insist on separating …

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Govt must do more to end ‘runaway’ domestics abuse

According to the Arab Times “Farwaniya police rescued three Filipina housemaids who were detained by an Asian woman for four days inside an apartment in Farwaniya, reports Al-Rai daily.” When the police arrived at the location, “they noticed one of the women attempting to jump out of the window and …

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‘Boost trade with India, hire more experts to up economy’ – ‘Kuwait must increase investments’

According to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA), “Kuwait’s Ambassador to India Fahad Ahmad Al-Awadhi urged increase of trade between India and Kuwait through boosting investments,” (Nov 28, 2015). The context of the Ambassador’s announcement was the “inaugurating the commercial operations of NAPESCO India, a subsidiary of NAPESCO International Petroleum Services Company …

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‘Curb fear mongering against Muslims & Arabs in the West’ – ‘Backlash uncalled for’

In the wake of the horrendous Paris attacks, and even since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, one notices a rise in anti-Muslim and anti-Arab sentiments in some parts of the world. Even though the majority of Arabs and Muslims continue to condemn the brutalities, massacres and terrorist carnage committed in their …

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‘Western societies must curb freedom of extremist groups’ – ‘Terrorists are criminals, not Muslims’

According to a recent BBC report about the horrendous Paris attacks, “one of the seven gunmen who killed 129 people in near-simultaneous attacks in Paris has been identified by French investigators. He was named as Omar Ismail Mostefai, a 29-year-old French citizen of Algerian origin, who had a criminal record …

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Replace expats with Kuwaitis in all public and private sectors – ‘Our turn to continue journey’

According to the Arab Times “the Interior Ministry has conducted an extensive study on replacing expatriate employees with citizens (Kuwaitization) in some of its departments, especially in traffic and immigration departments, for security reasons, says an official source from the ministry. According to the source, the Kuwaitization move came after …

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‘Cultural, religious, sectarian biases main cause of terror’ – ‘Be just, fair, truthful

Anti-terrorism and political analysts tend to blame misinterpretation, or perhaps the intentional misreading of the Holy Quran’s contents as the main cause of terrorism. However, it is gradually becoming rather very simplistic to blame the spread of violence and terrorism in the Middle East only on the misinterpretation of the …

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