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Tuesday , November 13 2018

Opinion

Oh Arabs, Israel’s death is in making peace with it

DURING the visit of former president of Egypt Anwar Sadat to Tel-Aviv (Israel), an Israeli journalist met him at the hotel where he was staying and asked him: “What do you want from this visit?” President Sadat responded, “Look through the window to that battle tank where the soldiers guarding …

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Suspend it and then execute the Kuwait Vision

STRANGE is the case of our Parliament members. Every time the government — any government — intends to reform the economic and financial situation of the country, it faces threats and interpellations. MPs easily brandish challenge swords; whereas constitutionally, the two authorities — executive and legislative — are supposed to …

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Incoherent allegation … denied!

WE, being political observers, consider the appointment of the Minister of Education and Higher Education even if it was done based on tribal quota system because he is a ‘bureaucrat’ in every sense of the word. This means he was appointed as a person with long experience in education, considering …

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MARS – ‘Dare to do mighty things’

Nagin Cox, Senior Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, delivered a lecture titled ‘Dare to do Mighty Things: Hitting the Road on Mars’ detailing many facets of space explorations and the importance of working in teams, presented by the Center for Research in Informatics, Sciences and Engineering at the American …

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Mechanism of collapsing company (3)

“Returning what has been entrusted to you is the key for blessings,” Commander of Believers Ali bin Abi Taleb — may Almighty Allah be pleased with him. Therefore, the board opened two very important files: the first was about subsidiary and sister companies, and the second was about bank debts.The …

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Returning Baghdad to ‘blessed garden’

WHENEVER we talk about Baghdad, it is natural to remember what history has preserved about it by comparing between the city of civilization and knowledge in the old world, and the city which is enveloped with fear and terror from bombs and control of armed militias planted by Iran who …

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Embrace Qatar or no Camp David summit, says Trump

It appears that US President Donald Trump’s invitation to Gulf heads of state to his Camp David retreat to resolve differences between Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain with neighbouring Qatar is now offered with preconditions. “No breakthrough in the Qatar crisis, no Camp David” writes Associated Press’ …

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‘All-weather friend’ – The devil’s advocate

The title of the article ‘Devil’s Advocate’ has nothing to do with the well-known film of movie star Al Pacino, but rather a title that was given by the Roman Catholic Church to the man of law appointed by the Church to criticize and argue the laws made by the …

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COMIC-CON KUWAIT – From games to anime … and everything in-between

Coming back for its second year-round, Comic-Con Kuwait 2018 opened its doors to flocks of fans from every corner of the pop-culture industry. Inaugurated by the Head of Amiri Protocol, Sheikh Khaled Al-Abdullah Al-Sabah alongside the Ambassador of Japan to Kuwait Takashi Ashiki and Ambassador of the United States of …

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Bahrain irreconcilable over Iranian terrorism

THE story of Persian greed in Bahrain is not new and it is not linked to a certain regime. Since the independence of the Kingdom of Bahrain in 1971, the Shah of Iran made this Arab country the main target through various means, but he failed even in infiltrating the …

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