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Opinion

Palestinians and Egyptians

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf In his distinguished book ‘Deadly Identities’, the international Lebanese–French writer Amin Maalouf says that “The more an immigrant feels his culture of origin respected, …

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‘By-elections’ … many drops make a shower

Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times THE by-election, which took place Saturday, was not just an election to fill two vacant parliamentary seats; it was …

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Al-Bahr and charity funds

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf In an article titled ‘Pioneers in Charitable Action’ on November 3, colleague Bader Al-Bahr mentioned a story about the late Yusuf Al-Fulaij, the treasurer …

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Persepolis to Dubai … How a leader interprets dreams of his people

Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times “50 stories in 50 years,” and in there is a lesson to be learned in every story. These stories …

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The ‘shameful’ truth

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf Until the 1950s, Korea was a mere marginal, non-industrialized, semi-backward state, and was the most tempting victim of the Great Colonial Zone countries during …

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‘A philosophical evening’

Yusuf Awadh Al-Azmi Several years ago as I was waiting to attend to one of my appointments, I came across a booklet left on the …

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Where are you from?

Herve Verhoosel,UN World Food Programme, Senior Spokesperson THE bell rings and the halls erupt with the sounds of chatter and excitement as hundreds of children …

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Ghost rule in Algeria

Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times ALGERIANS did not protest against reelection of current President ‎Abdel-Aziz Bouteflika until their patience wore thin on policies which …

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Health corruption!

Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli INDEED brothers, corruption, which is literally considered unhealthy, has recently been highlighted by credible testimonies in the country, with many claiming to …

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Drawbacks of body-building

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf Since early times, many men preferred to look in society, particularly in front of women, like strong human beings with bulging muscles. The strength …

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