Monday , November 20 2017

Opinion

Administrative revolution of Mohammad VI

THE speech delivered by King Mohammad VI during the 18th anniversary of his ascendancy to the throne could be regarded as a first class administrative revolution statement by all standards. It massively shook political parties that took upon themselves the representation of people in the Parliament, so the Morocco of …

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Power naps revealed

Most people think power napping is only for kindergarten kids. But no, napping is for everyone. Children, youths, and adults require power naps. It is healthy and good for the brain. Power napping is more like rebooting the brain as we do to our computers. In general, a power nap …

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‘Palestine, we are coming’

Due to countless reasons, I can claim that I have been following the Palestinian cause for a very long time. This allows me to say that they have stood alone in the face of their enemies, which is why they will be victorious in their cause, provided they can deal …

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O’ Palestinians … whoever covers himself with the quilt of others will get cold

FOR 15 restless days and nights, the people of Jerusalem resisted bravely until they broke the blockage at Al-Aqsa Mosque. While Jerusalem was begging for support of the Arab and Islamic world, her voice has gone with the wind of Arab-Arab disputes calling to mind the ancient wars (Dahes and …

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‘All books must go through censorship process’

IF you want to publish your book in Kuwait, you must first consider the laws that determine whether it is possible to publish your book or not. Under the supervision of the Ministry of Information, all books must go through the censorship process to verify if the content is acceptable …

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Yes, Kuwait is not police state

THE medical rule says, “Prevention is better than cure.” This rule is applicable to the mission of a journalist whose duty is to avert danger by using information obtained from his own sources. This is exactly what ‘Al-Seyassah daily’ has been doing. This attitude is based on the belief of …

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Closed … and worrying

“SOMETIMES, leaders do the opposite of fighters’ intent in the battlefield.” In the past days, I have been trying to get ideas to write an article but as it appears, I wasn’t prepared to write and I did not find any reason that stopped me from doing so, apart from …

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National unity is immune from seditious pawns

WHEN patriotism, or rather allegiance to the nation, precedes everything else, the citizen does not need to prove his national identity. However, when sectarianism and tribalism precede patriotism, it becomes necessary to remind them that the Constitution does not distinguish between a Kuwaiti and others. Instead, the Constitution rendered justice, …

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We are a big failure

I do not remember how many times I have urged the government to resolve the intractable local issues before external forces intervene and force their decisions on us, but ‘wisdom’ may have prevented the government from doing so. We have failed miserably to keep a track of the hundreds of …

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Bravo ‘Interior’, for silencing national unity’s booby-trappers

THE publication of names and pictures of 16 convicts who disappeared is an excellent move by the Ministry of Interior; those convicts are involved in the infamous ‘Abdali Cell’ case. With this publication, the ministry has connected the dots, ending the bickering not only over ‘Al-Seyassah’ and its sources’ credibility …

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