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Saturday , January 25 2020

Opinion

Fantasies of an ousted president

BEFORE Yemen’s ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh attempted to cover the human losses caused by his militias by declaring the number deaths as 6,000 and …

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Never shall we be fooled twice

JUST after the Parliament endorsed the proposed amendment of the Election Law to ban anyone who insults or abuses the Divine Entity, the Prophets (Peace …

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Ramadan an opportunity to increase spiritual piety

This is my first Ramadan in Kuwait since I started my mission last November. In Japan, we understand and respect the customs and traditions of …

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Jordan first line of defense

SINCE the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan joined the international coalition force to fight against DAESH and restrain the latter’s activities in Syria and Iran, various …

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Great US Presidents are turning in their graves

I HAVE been deeply disturbed by campaign speeches delivered by almost all candidates for the White House, so much so that I fear for the …

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Croaks of Suleimani don’t intimidate falcons of justice

ONCE again, Iran’s officials are interfering with the internal affairs of GCC countries in a bid to stir sectarian sedition, the most recent of which …

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How many times have we suffered humiliation because of Schengen?

SCHENGEN visa allows you to enter all European Union member-states, apart from the United Kingdom. Recently, a member of the current Parliament gave Kuwaitis good …

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Turkey aggression on Egyptian justice

IN ANY country, judicial rulings are considered internal affairs in which no other nation is allowed to interfere. If the officials in Turkey’s Foreign Affairs …

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‘Govt should impose blanket ban on the entry of criminals’ – ‘Increase raids, arrest illegals’

IT seems to have become always-necessary to increase security checks to fight a new wave of crimes associated with illegal residents. Just recently the “Hawally …

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How much longer this dilemma?

EUROPEAN countries faced a series of crises after the Second World War as a result of six years of destruction, killings and squandering of wealth. …

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