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Sunday , December 4 2022

Opinion

O Leadership … be fair to children of Kuwaiti women

NATURALIZATION of the children of Kuwaiti women is a humanitarian step in the right direction. It is indeed the right thing to do. It is …

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Ethics, medicine & advertising

The Kuwait Medical Association was founded 60 years ago, and it seems that it has become weak over time. Despite the number of health violations …

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O Leadership: Plant in desert, here is the proof of its success

MORE than a century ago, the late Lebanese writer Gibran Khalil Gibran wrote, “Woe to a nation that eats what it does not sow.” This …

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Multiple reasons for success

The choice of Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister of Britain sparked a wave of reactions, which his predecessors did not receive, such as the Prime …

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End restrictions, clean-up security tampering and avert the suspicion of being a police state

THE political leadership’s directives to the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Talal Al-Khaled to lift the security restrictions on citizens, and …

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Difference in poor, rich Eid

The following texts appeared in the Arabic language course for the tenth grade: Question: What is the balance between the manifestations of the feast to …

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Religious extremism and forbidden sexual actions

The Haredi community, called the “Jewish Taleban,” or the ultra-Orthodox, inside and outside Israel, is mysterious and secretive in its rituals and in the thought …

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Keep doors open for the public, shut for legislators

BRAVO to what the headship of the Council of Ministers did by denying the claims it has opened the ministries’ doors to serve the parliamentarians. …

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The sole issue which does not have result

Twenty-five Ministers of Education have passed through the education sector during 60 years, half of them failed, and the government failed the efforts of the …

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In Switzerland, creditor bears the cost of imprisoning debtor

“WHAT is the fault of those who have never resorted to borrowing under the tough conditions? Is it fair to spend by paying off people’s …

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