Opinion

The most important spare part – ‘Drive safely’

SUMMER is back, bringing some problems for cars. Nothing in the car requires us to be sure about more than the tyres which, in many cases, separate life and death. Due to extreme temperatures in Kuwait, tyres deteriorate faster than usual so they need special care. We should check the …

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Mullas’ Zarif admits the crime

IRAN’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, during a seminar at the diplomatic relations academy affiliated to his ministry, described the storming of the Saudi Embassy in Tehran early last year as “somehow foolish and historic betrayal”. In one way or another, this late confession to the crime represents an important change …

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From Sharm el-Sheikh to Sa’saa!

WRITING about politics is disgusting and has never been encouraging. It does not promote the idea of holding a pen or pressing keyboard buttons. In view of the fact that I love literary writing and have passion for reading literary pieces through which I find satisfaction in voracious reading, I …

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Mohammad Bin Salman … Saudi is fine and camel will not die of thirst

MANY issues affecting people in the region — Saudi Arabia, Arabian Gulf and Arab world — require clarification by a government official at the level of Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Prince Mohammad bin Salman. This is the reason why he spoke at length to clear the …

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Superstition of origins

There has been a recent increase in the circulation of lists related to the origins of Kuwaiti families and tribes. These lists have many true facts which are actually not significant, but what is important to note is that these lists include large number of false claims and serious mistakes …

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Tolerance and coexistence vs bigotry and extremism

THANK God, the visit of the Coptic Pope Tawadros II to Kuwait at the invitation of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah was very successful. The people of Kuwait proved what they are made of and that Kuwait is truly a tolerant and coexistent country. This was …

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Constitutional Court … and appeals! – Failure to correct error a real shame

KUWAIT is in a dire need for serious review of the structure of the parliamentary elections administration. There is no shame in committing error but the real shame is the failure to correct the error. There is a need to rectify complications in counting the votes and announcing the results …

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‘The Devil’s Horse’ – Cheap mode of public transport

Bicycle is a cheap mode of public transportation especially in poor countries. It has recently become fashionable and a sport in advanced countries, and is considered as an ideal way to traverse through crowded cities. It also symbolizes the need to save the environment. More than one billion and 200 …

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May cauterization be the last remedy O His Highness

IT IS the right of Minister of Finance, who is responsible for the state’s finances, to express his fears concerning how far matters will reach if the situation remains the same in terms of political and economic negligence. Such a negligence caused by wrong parliamentary methods are based on showing …

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Social media monitored for misuse, criminal activity – Violators face imprisonment, fine

The past 5 years social media has become one of Kuwait’s top news sources, a fast and an easy way to communicate and reach others, and a neutral space to express thoughts and viewpoints. As the dependency on social media grows, the amount of people convicted for crimes committed on …

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