Thursday , September 20 2018


So that Qatar does not cry for that which it couldn’t defend as a man

AROUND 525 years ago, the last Nasrid Dynasty ruler of the Emirate of Granada in Iberia, Abu Abdullah Muhammad XII, known to the Castilians (in Spain) as ‘Boabdil’ stood on a plateau overlooking Granada, pondering and crying for the loss of his kingdom. His mother said, “Do not cry like …

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Politics of Qatar and the leadership’s nonsense

THE world — especially the major countries, warn on an attempt to weaken the Gulf Cooperation Council. The focus of discussion of all Ministers of Foreign Affairs visiting Kuwait — the country endorsed internationally to mediate the current Gulf crisis, is on averting any action that would violate the unity …

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Crisis with no winners

“… Do not quarrel with each other lest you fail or lose honor…” — Holy Quran 9:46. From the several observations of our daily briefings on the unfortunate Gulf crisis, and by following up developments of this crisis, we could deduce our analysis or impression about this crisis — the …

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‘Nero politics’ burning Qatar

IT IS not possible to cover the Sun with a sieve. The Qatari leadership should understand this fact as it keeps on procrastinating and prolonging the crisis by depending on feeble arguments; such as, the demands made by four countries (Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Egypt) are considered …

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Root cause of problems – Supporters aplenty

‘The Muslim Brotherhood is the origin of the scourge. All our problems came from the Muslim Brotherhood and those who created these currents and spread their ideals,” said Nayef Bin Abdulaziz in 2002. “The Muslim Brotherhood is the third biggest threat to Saudi Arabia after Iran and terrorism,” Mohammad Bin …

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The enviable bunch

I asked a friend, who has been dealing with tens of thousands of South East Asian workers over the years to choose the best nationality among these workers. Do not think that I will look racist or prejudiced in this article when I write about a group of residents, as long as …

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Kuwait 2035 … proceed by the grace of Almighty Allah

THE Kuwait Journalists Association (KJA) graciously hosted us one evening during the month of Ramadan at the Dar Al-Athar in Yarmouk. There we met the Minister of Amiri Diwan Affairs and member of the Supreme Planning Council Sheikh Nasser Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah. He is also the head of the committee …

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Salman … eye on Saudi and the other guarding the Gulf

THE appointment of the young prince, Mohammad bin Salman, as Crown Prince signals the beginning of a new era — rejuvenation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and pumping of new blood into the highest positions through revitalization of the decision-making base in the ruling house by transferring huge responsibilities …

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Suitable decision & civilized action

TUNISIA’S Cabinet Council issued a decision to prohibit religious groups in the country from establishing political factions under the guise of religious slogans. Such a decision is based on the fact that Tunisia is a civil political entity as stipulated by its constitution. Indeed, that is a good decision and …

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Congratulations to Kuwaiti students … and welcome!

I HEARTILY congratulate all students who have received Kuwaiti Ministry of Education scholarships and offers of admission from one or more of the over 4,500 accredited institutions of higher learning in the United States. Graduates of American universities have gone on to become leaders and innovators in many fields around the …

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