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Opinion

The ‘Kuwaitiya’ tragedy

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf We mean by “Kuwaitiya” Kuwait Airways and not Kuwaiti nationality as the latter’s conditions in light of personal status law is a catastrophic one.Experience …

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Way to control behaviour

What happens if the traffic department obligates vehicle owners to write their names, in clear letters, on various parts of the vehicle, including the nationality …

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Who will save Lebanon from ‘Hezbollah’?

TWO hundred days have passed and Lebanon has yet to form its executive authority. According to the Taif Agreement that ended the civil war in …

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Continuance gathering is a symbol of wellbeing

THE periodic summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will take place on Sunday amid the uncomfortable atmosphere – whether the media campaigns launched by …

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Shakespeare and Abu Tayyeb

By Ahmad Al-Sarraf The greatest Arab poet, Abu Al-Tayyeb Al-Mutanabbi, was born in Iraq, lived in Syria and settled in Egypt, before fleeing from the …

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Bush deserves it

GEORGE H.W. BUSH was a source of hope and jubilation during the horrible Iraqi invasion when he condemned it at its early stages. He said …

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We are all human beings !

Yes, we are all human beings and all of us commit mistakes. We commit sins and we have our human weaknesses. Those who are dedicated …

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‘Respect sovereign moves’

The world is awash with contradicting news, you wake up every morning to find variety of news hitting the headlines.  As you browse through the …

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Cohen, thank you very much

This is the most difficult incident I have ever experienced. It was a hot summer afternoon in 1986, the place was a public park in …

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Builders booms and bright eyes – we do dhows

A group of students from the International School Association (ISA) and their mothers spent a fun and informative morning learning about Kuwait’s seafaring heritage when they …

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