Friday , September 21 2018

Opinion

Eiffel Tower not more precious than Bourj el-Barajneh

I RECEIVED a ‘colorful’ message through the social communication media, saying “the Eiffel Tower is not more precious than Bourj el-Barajneh.” I wished these words could reach as many people as possible who are still alive like you and me, and billions of other humans. The atrocities being committed by …

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Sultan of fulfillment

STRONG establishments in a modern State usually catch up with the movement of the modern age at a calculated pace.  Here is the Sultanate of Oman celebrating its 45th National Day at a time the Omanis, under the guidance of their Sultan, managed to take great civilization leaps throughout the …

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Don’t let Syria be a ‘Somalia’

STARTING from Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, and then Libya and Yemen, the United States of America has shouldered the responsibility of maintaining security and stability in these countries — besides helping their citizens get rid of dictators who ruled them to pave way for the establishment of democratic ruling regimes. Yet, …

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Paris, sad piece of music – Rapid response averted calamity

Without the quick intervention of security operatives at the right time, the number of victims in the tragic Paris incident would have reached thousands because the terrorists were waiting for spectators to leave Stade de France after the football match between France and Germany game and then execute their sinful …

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Destroy this disease

Paris is in mourning. We are all in mourning for those who thronged the glorious French capital on Friday evening little knowing it would be their last. All except the terrorists and their brain-diseased following who have taken to social media to gleefully celebrate the deaths of 129 innocent people …

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‘Western societies must curb freedom of extremist groups’ – ‘Terrorists are criminals, not Muslims’

According to a recent BBC report about the horrendous Paris attacks, “one of the seven gunmen who killed 129 people in near-simultaneous attacks in Paris has been identified by French investigators. He was named as Omar Ismail Mostefai, a 29-year-old French citizen of Algerian origin, who had a criminal record …

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Exterminate them … before they exterminate you

WE said it before that division between Arabs was the first reason behind the spread of terrorism. Today, we continue to say that global hesitance plays a major role in the spread of this plague (terrorism) which hit France recently. Before France, it hit the United States of America, Spain, …

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Art vital part of child’s education – Creativity among top five applied skills sought by companies

‘The professional world is an incredibly competitive place and there is an ever growing community of brilliantly qualified graduates so it is important to become a more interesting adult who is versatile and engaging. Creativity is among the top five applied skills sought by business leaders and companies such as …

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Arabs, learn a lesson … put your mind where your heart is

May Allah bestow His mercy on the innocent Lebanese nationals who were martyred in a cowardly terrorist attack! We beseech Allah to bestow His mercy on all Arabs whose blood are shed daily in Iraq, Bahrain, Libya, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Tunisia. These ones are victims of …

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Why don’t we care for ‘Don Quixote’?

MR Bandar Al-Harbi wrote an article in the Nov 3 issue of Al-Hayat newspaper. The article comprises classic literary work of noted writer Abdulrahman Badawi. In fact, the masterpieces pertaining to his literary work are just four — the Iliad of Homer, Dante’s Divine Comedy, Goethe’s Faust and Don Quixote …

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