Opinion

Tehran in Doha immaterial

WHEN 12 major oil producers in the world meet in Doha next week to improve the current imbalance between the supply of, and demand for, oil at the level of last January, Tehran’s presence or absence will have no bearing on the meeting. Therefore, Iran’s Minister of Oil Bijan Namdar …

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Tolerant Muslims continue to ‘speak out’ against terrorism

I believe that tolerant and peace-loving Muslims should not keep silent toward some of the atrocities committed in their name. Fanatics, extremists and sometimes fraudulent quacks exploit our Islamic culture, heritage and our Muslim identity to promote their twisted ideologies. We as Muslim are supposed to be always fair and …

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Salman-Sisi … headline of the new era

IT IS a fact in everyone’s conscience that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Egypt are two wings of the Arab world. If one of the wings fails, the entire Arab world will be incapacitated. The integrative stages between Egypt and Riyadh are based on this fact. In the last …

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Stop your nonsense

WHEN they were part of the National Assembly they pretended to be the supporters of freedoms, development, reforms and protectors of the rights of the people. But once they lost their green seats following the nullification of the Parliament, they looked upon it as an unworthy authority. They even accused …

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Secret of change

I WAS in the first batch of students from Kuwait who went to France on scholarship during the 1960s after the war for Algerian independence from France. At that time the Arabs particularly those from North Africa were seen as social outcasts, unpleasant people. They roamed the alleyways where immoral …

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US investment summit open

Investors from around the world will gather in Washington, DC, June 19-21 for the SelectUSA Summit, the largest and most important conference focused on attracting foreign investment to the United States. The Summit is a great opportunity for Kuwaiti companies and investors to meet with and hear from economic development …

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Yemen … change towards reality – Expectations high

IT is very normal for General Ali Mohsin Saleh to be promoted as vice president of the country while he maintains his membership of the top military command, because General Ali Mohsin — popularly known as “Al-Ahmar” (The Red), is a natural extension of Yemen’s military leadership structure, given that …

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Peace … finger on the trigger

ALL Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states are completely convinced that the Saudi-led Arab coalition can continue its mission in Yemen for another ten years. The fact is that the Operation Resolve Storm is not a campaign for war but is intended to protect Yemen from the acts of the …

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Earth a massive theatre – Need to come out of it with fevew mistakes

EARTH is a massive theatre. We are just like huge dolls that came to play the role of living beings and the role is perfected collectively. Some of us have perfected the performance to deserve leading roles, whereas some are living in secondary roles and others are like extras hiding …

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King Salman visit to Egypt historic, futuristic

THE Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz visits Egypt on Thursday. This visit is seen as historic not only because of the close ties between the two brotherly nations, or because it is the first by King Salman or because it will strengthen relations between two heavyweight …

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