Thursday , September 20 2018

Opinion

‘Guilty must face law’

Violations unmasked In spite of my ‘historical’ relationship with the Al-Rbetah Transport Company, which is mainly engaged in handling port affairs, for more than thirty years ago, when I was a bank official and helped the company with banking facilities worth millions of dinars and later buying some shares in …

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A life of love & valor

During the 53 years she lived in Kuwait, German-born Monika Al Khashti made an unforgettable mark on her adopted country. Active in both the Kuwaiti and German communities, she demonstrated incredible courage during the Iraqi occupation and was subsequently awarded a medal of valor by the German government. A loving …

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Yemenis killing Houthis’ Abraha lividly, hurling stones at Lebanese Abu Rughal

IF THE 21st century Nouman ibn Al-Mundhir comes out of his cave in Beirut’s southern suburb (Dahieh) announcing his intention to increase elements of his group in Yemen on the side of Houthis’ Abraha, definitely the response will only come from Sanaa, Hadhramaut and Hudaidah. This is due to the …

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Who fulfils my dreams?

With the escalation of the mobilization movement and securing the jobs for relatives and friends of MPs and their followers, we have seen a wave of establishing independent government bodies, some of which did well, but most of them have remained without work. The government is now considering merging some …

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Maryam Rajavi Iran’s ‘new era’

THE Earth is shaking under the feet of the Mullah regime leadership due to the unprecedented popular uprising, which was never witnessed by the Dark Age clique that put Iran in captivity in the caves of dissimulation and starvation. Their intention is to move forward with their expansionism scheme, which …

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New prison needed

FEW days ago, I wrote about the new Kuwait International Airport terminal (T4), which officials have promised will be ready for Kuwait Airways to use starting from early August, and I insist we should not celebrate until we see it happening physically, seeing the rate at which we long for …

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The ‘too’ good Azmis

‘Need more like you’ As I entered the big house and headed straight into the music room and into the vast inside, where we met every Wednesday evening, my ears could catch the well-known melodies of the great Chopin. I would then imagine the great European musician sitting behind the …

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‘Sea of Nizar’ & charities

‘End suffering’ ‘If I knew that love was very dangerous, I would not have loved,” said Nizar Qabbani in his masterpiece The Message from Underwater. If I knew the sea was too deep, I would have never sailed. I would say that if I had known that the charity had …

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Workers performing service without sponsor’s permission violates ‘law’

KUWAIT CITY, June 26: Legally, employees are not allowed to perform services for companies other than their sponsor. If your sponsor learns that you are working for another company then they can fire you and/or report you to the labor department. In addition to an employee being in violation of …

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‘We were once the size’

There is a saying which is attributed to Dr Mustafa Mahmoud that the greatest achievement made by the underdeveloped countries is that they managed to convince their people that reaching the soccer World Cup is a great achievement and that the failure of education and health is something normal. Qualification …

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