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Thursday , November 15 2018

Opinion

Erdogan, when will show end?

DESPITE the Turkish official media’s rattling preview of the speech of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan before the Parliament, nothing much was mentioned except questions which indicated his clear attempt to ‘escape forward’. This came after Erdogan said he will disclose important details concerning the issue of the late Saudi …

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Disputes solved without a judge

LAST WEEK, the Rental Disputes Center (RDC) in Dubai announced its plan to launch a swift self-litigation system in 2019. It is an artificial intelligence system which solves disputes without a judge. This will be made possible by making some minor adjustments in laws. The self-litigation system begins once one …

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Madam, you are the best

We repeat for a hundred thousand times that the status of any state and its civilized progress and humanity are measured by, among other things, the interest of that country in educating its children, caring for the people with special needs, the health of the community and providing security for …

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Saudi Arabia isn’t the hanger for their disappointments

IN THE midst of the Turkish systematic escalation against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a week ago, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated: “Turkey is the only country which can lead the entire Muslim world.” This revealed part of his ambition to remove Saudi Arabia from its historic and Islamic position. …

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Airport, morals and hospital

I posted a tweet, in which I told the officials of the Ministry of Health, the Kuwait Airways Corporation and Higher Education authorities whose views we respect. I firmly believe and I am convinced and my experience over the past more than half a century feel that there is not a …

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‘On the road to progress’

Lindsey Galloway published a research last September in the Economist Intelligence Unit, which follows the leading global Group ‘The Economist’. The topic of the research was about the most livable cities, a serious report published annually for almost the past two decades of 140 of the world’s largest cities taking …

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King Salman … open your doors further and use righteous aides

FOR the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to announce transparently about the mysterious killing of Jamal Khashoggi and for it to issue a royal decree to relieve a group of intelligence and security officials of their duties, this in itself is a reaffirmation of the fact that no one is above …

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Be aware of issues surrounding on-demand guarantee

Issuing Bank Guarantees are very common in connection with international commercial contracts. Most prime contractors will demand their subcontractor to provide an on-demand guarantee to cover the prime in the event the subcontractor fails to perform its obligations as contracted. Oftentimes the prime contractor draws against an on-demand guarantee without …

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The mosquitoes and the conspiracy theory

There is no doubt that there is growing reluctance among young people of both sexes about religious issues, while a relatively small number of people embrace fundamentalism. This is due to the fatwas and the most irrational opinions that have been heard every day, which are being re-ignited and disseminated …

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Muhammad bin Salman … let them fight windmills

WHY this fierce campaign against Saudi Arabia happening at this moment? This question is being raised every time a campaign is waged against the Kingdom, since the start of the radical reform process three years ago. Those aware of the dimensions of this process know very well that behind the …

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