Opinion

Muhammad the Sixth … maker of peace and development

CONSIDERING the keenness of King Muhammad VI for peace, development and unity of Morocco, he has been working for the past many years on making the issue related to the Moroccan desert his top priority. His persistence rendered the United Nations Security Council to issue a historic resolution last week, …

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Will Tehran’s peacocks learn from exemplary Korea?

THE World Health Organization (WHO) announced at the beginning of this year that thousands of North Korean children are under the threat of starvation. Over the past twenty years, this is the second time starvation is staring in the face of this isolated nation. North Korea is in this situation …

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Language fought by ‘Brotherhood’

EACH year, the State spends huge sums of money on students of high schools to prepare them for university education, especially those planning to study overseas in foreign universities because of the poor level of the English language in spite of the long time they spend (12 years) in learning …

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Do you want to rule Kuwait?

AFTER every parliamentary election, the level of optimism increases with the hope that the new Parliament will be different from the previous one. However, when the Members of Parliament settle in their parliamentary seats, political blackmail and squabbling return, and the two authorities start moving around an empty circle of …

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Enough mosques, Salah

The title of the article is derived from a famous phrase by the great artiste Saad Al-Faraj in the Kuwait comic series ‘Darb Alzalaq’. The governor of Al Gharbia in Egypt, on the occasion of Mohamed Salah the Egyptian football player winning the title ‘Best Player’ in the English Premier …

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Role distribution

THE recent campaign organized by the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs prompted women to wear the ‘hijab’ (veil). It was countered by a fierce campaign by thousands of local activists — non-profit organizations and independent activists who took to social media to tell their side of the story. The …

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Lebanon … polls or civil war?

NEXT month, Lebanon will witness parliamentary elections, which can be described as decisive in various aspects. The elections this time will be different compared to the previous ones. It has been nine years since the last parliamentary elections, which were conducted on the basis of distribution of legacy of power …

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The devoted Palestinian teacher

A Palestinian teacher of Arabic language working for a private school complains that most students of both sexes in such schools show lack of interest for Arabic, the mother tongue of the Arabs, the language of our forefathers and the Holy Quran. He says the reasons are many. The most …

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Saudi Arabia to insolent media: eat your hearts out

LAST Saturday, in the Saudi capital Riyadh, the security forces shot down a ‘toy drone’ which was hovering near one of the royal palaces. This was immediately announced the Saudi security forces and this was all that happened. This reality was very difficult for the evil minds to swallow. They …

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Bless us with your silence

IT IS VERY unfortunate to note a few months ago some people issued their racist call to harass the residents. This ominous call was not only for electoral purposes (to win the votes of citizens) but to undermine the spirit of professional stability of the resident or rather to be …

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