Opinion

We share your pain

EGYPTIAN Copts, native Egyptians, we share your pain. Your pain is our pain; your blood and our blood are sacred to every Muslim who believes in One Creator and is innocent of all the reckless evil crimes committed under religious pretext by people who have been brainwashed to think their …

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‘Egypt will stay as one’ – ‘Terrorists to fail’

First and foremost, I offer my condolences to our brothers in the Arab Republic of Egypt, its leadership and people. I pray to the Almighty Allah to have mercy on the souls of the victims and to provide patience and solace to the bereaved families. It is certain without any …

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O head of authorities, destiny is calling … take appropriate decisions and move on

IN times of major crises and tribulations that threaten the destiny of a state, democracy becomes a luxury. This is because the devil of betrayal and interests is found in the details of the argument which had brought down the Byzantine rule. It is completely irrational for countries to bicker …

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To prevent Kuwait from falling twice into the Brotherhood trap

AFTER 90 years since the inception of Arab political parties and factions, irrespective of their affiliations and directions, especially the Muslim Brotherhood group, it was understood through experiments that anything these factions adopted and marketed to the masses have resulted in catastrophic outcomes. The outcomes these groups brought to their …

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Trump’s ‘Ahura Mazda’ – Bashar a chess piece

There is a concept of Zoroastrianism known as ‘Ahura Mazda’, which simply means ‘Good Spirit’ and another concept ‘Angra Mainyu’, which also means ‘Evil Spirit’. Other aspects of the ancient monotheistic belief are left for those who are interested in religious studies or rather theology to determine. I remembered the …

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Donate for good cause – Help out center of life

Children are divided into two categories – one normal or highly intelligent and two, slow learning, or those with mental disabilities. The first category is divided into two categories: those who do not complain about learning disabilities and those who complain. One who is suffering from the learning disability may …

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Women in Fahaheel market

“Woman is the priestess of fate and destiny.” — Beaconsfield During a class lecture, one of the students was given the duty of reading and discussing his presentation, which was about religions. The student spoke about seeing Jewish women in a European city who were wearing clothes that covered their …

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All those who do not read history

GEORG Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, a German philosopher, once said, “We learn from history that we do not learn from history”. A German-Russian philosopher Karl Marx said, “History repeats itself twice, first time as tragedy, second time as farce”. A Spaniard philosopher George Santayana said, “Those who do not learn from …

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Sorry state of road affairs

The government did establish the Road and Land Transport Authority three years ago and its task is to manage and supervise the construction of Metro and rail lines, maintenance of road networks, carry out technical inspection of vehicles, issue licenses, installation and maintain traffic signals, provide and manage parking lots …

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It is the era of power

The ongoing events in the Arab world, which began few years ago especially in Iraq and Syria, are massive operations aimed at preoccupying and exhausting the regimes and people of the region. Perhaps, in the end, there will be a demographic change and even changes on the map of the …

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