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Friday , November 16 2018

Opinion

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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Syria crisis of existence

DID the regime and opposition in Syria need a large number of deaths, injuries and displacement of the people, along with massive destruction and military interference, in order to be convinced to return to the declaration of Geneva I Conference on Syria three years after its issuance? Isn’t the final …

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Ignore Trump’s bigotry at your peril

DONALD Trump is smashing red lines at the rate of knots and yet his popularity with Republican voters is soaring. Most polls place him way ahead with 35 percent nationwide — 19 percent higher than his closest rival. The more vulgar and offensive he is, the more the voters love …

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Kuwaitis more vulnerable to cardiac attacks – Dar Al Shifa Hospital team covers cardiac emergency cases 24/7

Once health is lost, a person will give anything to get it back. It is one of the most basic human rights. It is the jewel that allows us to enjoy and live life. That being said, contradictions and complications which prevent health from being the absolute priority of everyone …

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The ‘summit’ of integration

FOR the first time in the history of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summits, we feel the summit’s concluding statement has not only nursed the wound of every council member but implicitly has expressed the ambitions of the people in the sphere of economic spectrum and incorporation of interests. This …

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Syria, Arabs and ‘lessons’

IT SEEMS the Arabs will never learn lessons from the past, so the same mistakes are repeated in terms of dealing with their problems. This is what anybody who watched the Syrian opposition conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia must have concluded — similar to another opposition conference held in Al-Haskah …

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‘I swear by God it is rumor’

THE headline of this article is the same as the title of a song of Iraqi-Saudi singer Majid Al-Muhandis. I adore this song but I confess it secretly maybe because its vocabulary is weird. I do not know why I remembered this song twice this week. The first time when …

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Rights, freedoms … Always

  Over the past 12 months, we have witnessed a number of historic achievements in international development where our broad and disparate community of nations has confirmed its determination to live in international solidarity. As we celebrate the 67th anniversary of the adoption on Dec 10, 1948 of the Universal …

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