Monday , February 18 2019

Opinion

Hundred uses of a beast – Nowhere to run!

The Muslims and Jews share many issues, including circumcision and intense hatred for all that is related to the pig, in name, form and substance. …

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Needed is a government that can stand up to Parliament

THE outcome of the 2016 National Assembly election was unusual; considering the huge voter turnout and variety of winners, especially the youth, making this election …

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Armies should be tools of defence, not oppression

Armies fall into two loose categories. There are those whose prime objective is to defend their soil and people from foreign aggression and others that …

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Seven ‘threats’ to look for upcoming holiday season – ‘Window Shopping’

Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas. There’s a lot of shopping to be done between now and the end of 2016. As throngs of discerning …

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‘Do more for nation’s sake’

For the first time, I felt comfortable and give a lot of credibility to the statement which has been issued by the Interior Ministry. Actually …

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Who will blow the whistle?

FINALLY, after the long wait and government-parliamentary delay, the executive regulations for the Anti-Corruption Authority have seen the light; hoping these regulations will be implemented …

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‘Vote for sunny tomorrow’

The Arab region has been facing threats from the religious terrorist organizations, particularly the Muslim Brotherhood group — the mother of all of them. These …

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Cough, poverty and love

TWO people in correspondence discussed the syndrome of obligation as to the distance covered in confusion while exploring the mind — in an attempt to …

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Change seen in victory – ‘Practice what you preach’

The more the Muslim Brotherhood group and the revolutionaries in the Levant attacked Donald Trump prior to and following his election to the White House, …

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When the ‘corrupt’ become shameless

COMBATING corruption is a trademark in election campaigns as candidates have been reiterating it for the past 30 years. But once they get elected, they …

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