Saturday , September 22 2018

Opinion

Insults after defeat

“THEY battered us and we hurled them with insults.” This is the situation of Iran’s regime after its failed maneuvers in Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and even in the UAE where the return of its victorious forces that participated in the Arab coalition inflicted more pain while …

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Plane crash here and there! – Blood-lust in area must end

Regardless of assumptions that it was an attack, the fact still remains that the Russian airplane crashed in the Sinai Desert of Egypt and passengers died, so the incident concerns humanity by all standards. Not long before the day the Russian airplane crashed in Sinai, the media reported the crash …

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Mohammad VI and his revolutionizing speech

KING MOHAMMAD VI completed the Green March during its 40th anniversary since reclaiming Western Sahara with a development march which focuses on cementing national unity and equality among people in this area. People in this area suffered for decades due to the injustice caused by regional interference and separatists’ conflicts …

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Zumba fuses fun with exercise – Dance workout feeds mind, body and soul

Let’s Zumba! Grooving to the beats of salsa, flamenco, and merengue music feels more like a dance party than a workout, which is exactly what makes Zumba so popular and is now becoming the latest craze in Kuwait. Zumba is a dance fitness program created by Colombian dancer and choreographer …

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Replace expats with Kuwaitis in all public and private sectors – ‘Our turn to continue journey’

According to the Arab Times “the Interior Ministry has conducted an extensive study on replacing expatriate employees with citizens (Kuwaitization) in some of its departments, especially in traffic and immigration departments, for security reasons, says an official source from the ministry. According to the source, the Kuwaitization move came after …

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Egypt the toughest

IT IS natural for any aviation accident, whether deliberate or due to technical reasons, to cause fear in the aviation circle or security agencies. However, the clamor and fear caused by the crash of a Russian airliner on Sinai desert and how the media narrated speculations even before the official …

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Britain’s Emirati visitors deserve better treatment

I have always had great respect for British people. And ever since I bought a home in the serenely beautiful English countryside as a young man still struggling to build my business I have considered England as my beloved second home. I am sure that many of my countrymen feel …

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Snub out bid to control oil

BEWARE! The oil is an inflammable substance. Do not come close to it with the fire of your conflicts — political or personal — lest you set ablaze the entire nation. Keep off. We ask you to stay away and stop throwing your weight behind a senior employee of the …

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Assad must not get away with his crimes

Ancient cities and World Heritage sites across Syria have been turned into wastelands of blood-soaked rubble littered with infants’ shoes and toys. Almost 300,000 Syrians have been killed and 11 million displaced. If there is one person to blame for the four-year-long tragedy it is Bashar al-Assad, who instructed his …

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O Lord, be kind to us

I SEEK refuge in Almighty Allah from the one who slanders his country to serve sectarian agendas. We supplicate our Lord to be kind and protect us from people who mislead others in a bid to satisfy the sectarian impulses that blinded them to the reality of blood, which was …

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