Thursday , October 18 2018

Opinion

Gt Britain … and the Brotherhood game

THE fact that Britain was convinced after 80 years that the Brotherhood Movement is the source of extremism, yet it granting passage to the group, can be interpreted only through two points: The first point is that Britain does not realize the nature of the political power it has contributed …

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Limits to liberalism – ‘Sharia’ red line

I respect and appreciate any person who supports or accepts liberalism or secularism, so I am not bothered as long as liberals or secularists don’t challenge the fundamentals of Sharia. I don’t oppose whatever a person believes in, but I won’t coerce myself to believe in what that person accepts …

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CAR Embassy helps African communities – Dealing with runaway maids a challenge

‘The nationals of several African communities without embassies in Kuwait, including Cameroon, Ghana, Madagascar, Mali, Ivory Coast, Uganda, Guinea, Gabon, Congo and many more, working as maids in various houses face problems with their sponsors or domestic recruitment offices, and resort to the Embassy of Central African Republic to lodge …

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‘Jaber Stadium’ … the will of change

THE civilized spirit of Kuwait, which refuses seclusion, manifested itself the day before yesterday — expressing the culture of commitment based on its social conviction and reassurance that some social pressure forces and political factions attempted to bury under tons of retarded and dubious slogans. These pressure forces strived to …

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Egypt, GCC share a common destiny

THE Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has reasserted that the GCC countries and Egypt share the same destiny. The relationship with Cairo is on a firm footing and not subjected to political fluctuations. This fact is easily understood by the royal instructions issued by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques …

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Forgiveness is Strength

“THE weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong,” wrote one of the 20th century’s wisest men, Mahatma Gandhi. The British ruled his country with an iron hand and stripped it of resources for almost 90 years, but he eschewed revenge for reconciliation – as did Nelson …

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Facts outweigh radical lies

OUR ears have been deafened by the religious austerity-tinted artificial slogans of the radicals, long beards, ‘below the knee’ dishdashas and deep hatred against those who do not tow their line or follow their uncivilized, outdated principles. We see in our everyday life many such individuals who do not comply …

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Decisive Islamic military alliance

THE Islamic military alliance to fight against terrorism is a new decisive storm announced by Deputy Crown Prince and Saudi Minister of Defense Prince Mohammad bin Salman. If the first decisive storm chopped off Iran’s hands which toyed with Yemen’s security; this alliance, consisting of 35 Islamic countries, is in …

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Sahyan and Katbi seal bonds – ‘Defend, die for principles’

They represented the ultimate values of our Islamic Gulf Society in terms of solidarity by helping the victim and protecting the nation from its enemies. They portrayed the best image of cohesion by a joint military control that went a long way to accomplish victories, as they thwarted and buried …

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Khalaf Al Habtoor … a national example

KHALAF AL HABTOOR does not only confront the enemies of his homeland, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), the Arab and Islamic nations through his articles published in newspapers but he also puts his money and interests into national fights. This is what we witnessed recently in his stances towards American …

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