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Friday , November 16 2018

Opinion

King Solomon, the bird and the fake pious beard

IT HAS been narrated that a thirsty bird spotted a water pool from above and there were children playing beside the pool. Despite its thirst, the bird was afraid to go to the pool to quench its thirst for fear that the children might hurt it out of curiosity. The …

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Death – the final departure

‘Death is like us going round and round in a circle without any regard of the circle itself’ – Egyptian writer Yousef Idrees (1927-1991). Of all the facts in this world, there is none that is as crystal clear and realistically tough as death. Death is the eternal separation, absolute …

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STREET ART – walls that break down borders

Jonathan Finn was born in Kuwait and studied at the British School of Kuwait until the age of 16, after which he attended Cardinal Newman College in Preston, England, studying Sport and Art & Design. Finn has always had a passion for Art and Design and after successfully completing his …

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Long gone the wind of ‘rebellious ones’

SINCE the start of the Arab autumn movement, renegades have been attempting to wreck the stability of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. They advocate all kinds of lies which get disqualified by reality on a daily basis. Nonetheless, they continue with their wickedness unaware of the fact that the land …

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‘Rein in insolent ones’ – ‘Some crossing red line’

“Freedom and responsibility are conjoined twins, if one gets separated from the other, they both die”, French Author, André Maurois (1885 — 1967). Every country has its own laws; its own judicial system and courts but irresponsible freedom becomes a tool of destruction and wreckage. There is a common phrase, …

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Close the Brotherhood kiosks and chop off the snakes’ head

IRRESPECTIVE of the excuses and considerations, it is no longer acceptable for Gulf states to remain silent over the ‘Muslim Brotherhood Group’ and the factions and movements which emerged from it; considering the high price that Arabian Gulf countries have been paying for almost four decades at different levels due …

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The infinite failure of traffic!!

SINCE we opened our eyes to this world, a particular aspect of traffic law has not changed for decades. What I mean here is that in case of a traffic accident involving two or more vehicles, we usually find the drivers of vehicles involved in the accident waiting for a …

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Qatar … the end of political blackmail

ANYONE who listened to the Qatari foreign minister’s speech at the Human Rights Council will definitely be baffled. When Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdul-Rahman Al Thani demanded that the solution should be far from dictation and infringement of sovereignty, his country’s government continued to interfere in the affairs of other countries …

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CHAMPIONS OF CHARITY – stars in sport … and a life of giving – MOTHER TERESA – ‘It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving’

On the occasion of the third anniversary of the Global Humanitarian Leadership Award presented by the United Nations to honor His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Amir of the State of Kuwait and naming His Highness as “The Global Humanitarian Leader”   and the State of Kuwait as a Humanitarian …

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Qatar, patience has limit

NO ONE will blame His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah if he announces the end of Kuwait’s mediation once his patience runs out. His Highness the Amir is known for his patience and forbearance, but even those who are patient have limitations. Doha needs to be aware …

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