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Thursday , April 25 2019


Dreams of Turkish bats

SINCE the beginning of the crisis, we have said that acts fabricated by Turkey against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are part of a drama …

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The destitute millionaires

The Chinese proverb says: ‘Do not give a man fish for dinner, but teach him how to catch it’. I swear we are the last …

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Tribute to great Saudi reformer

THE Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is truly blessed to be led by King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, …

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‘Respect MP’s opinion right’

I admit that I do not like the way MP Safa Al-Hashem talks and I am not comfortable with her political positions. I also doubt that …

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The loyal Kuwaitis in … multiple disasters

FROM time to time, the precious nature of real Kuwaitis who love this land appears.  In the last quarter of the 19th century, a terrifying …

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Qaboos’ symphony of human and country’s development

THE Sultanate of Oman is celebrating its national day amid progressive development which has been continuing for the past 48 years. Throughout this period, the …

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This is Kuwait and these are Kuwaitis

INDEED, adversity reveals the quality of people. The effort exerted in facing the recent unprecedented rainstorm was the actual expression of the people of Kuwait …

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Corruption triangle … torrential rains

TRADING is a fantastic and honorable business, although it is no shame to be poor. For this reason, a trader must start in the right …

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Flaw in citizenship law

MP Khaled Al-Shatti has presented a bill on abolishing Article Five of the Nationality Law, which states the Kuwaiti nationality applicant must be a Muslim. …

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Necessity knows no law

THE latest massive drug bust in Kuwait, during which Customs officials seized more than 1.3 million narcotic pills, is deeply alarming and unsettling. It is …

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