Friday , October 20 2017

Opinion

Seriousness tested

SOME have become experts in causing confusion in all steps taken by the government, such that they opened a bazaar for exploiting the emotion of people and invest it to serve personal interests. This is applicable to reactions to the decision to increase fuel prices. The former and current lawmakers …

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Gaddafi ’s camels and Turkish foxes

A FEW days ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, “We are working towards rebuilding the State.” This is part of the new strategy which started after the failed coup attempt on July 15, 2016. However, amid the hype on rebuilding the State, the Turkish security authorities arrested tens of …

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Muhammad VI, King of beautiful surprises

WHILE several Arab nations are wallowing in crises that threaten their destiny due to wrong calculations in internal politics, the Kingdom of Morocco continues to move firmly towards development as seen in the steps taken by King Muhammad VI in relation to politics, economy and culture. Because of those steps, …

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Camp of rational, logical resistance

IT seems that the third world has one and the same mentality; there is no difference between one society and the other. The manner in which US intelligence labeled every Arab revolution in the past, starting with July 23, 1952 coup in Egypt and its subsequent effect shows the same …

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Increase in fuel prices forecloses need for loan

IT IS impossible for any country, especially a country like Kuwait, to make profit if it continues to subsidize majority of goods and services in a difficult economic situation and oil prices are extremely low, considering this is the foundation of the economy. Under such circumstances, the fiscal reserve will …

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Message against trafficking

All over the world, tens of millions of people are desperately seeking refuge, many of them far from home and even farther from safety.  Migrants and refugees face imposing physical obstacles and bureaucratic barriers. Sadly, they are also vulnerable to human rights violations and exploitation by human traffickers. Human traffickers …

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Lest ‘Columbus’ end like the Red Indians

THE worst threat to any nation is the submission of itself to ignorance through the will of its majority who have deserted their brains under the pretext of violating the ‘Shariah’. Unfortunately, the wicked are interpreting the same ‘Shariah’ as if it is against the right Islamic principles.  This leads …

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Saleh-Houthi alliance and futile stakes

IT IS impossible to evaluate the acceptance of legitimate Yemeni government into the ‘Kuwait Agreement’ presented by United Nations Envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, except from the perspective of serious efforts to end the suffering which has been going on for almost one-and-ahalf year. This problem was caused by the …

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Errors of judgement made by the West exact a price

WITHOUT doubt the greatest error committed by the US and its European partners is their neglect of Syria. When President Barack Obama erased his own red line and subsequently turned his back on the legitimate opposition — the Free Syrian Army, the Syrian people were doomed to years of unimaginable …

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Qasim Sulaymani, an epitome of Iran lunacy

THE Iranian ‘Tasbih’ of threats has returned to action, either through its agents or directly by the leadership of the Mullah regime, against the GCC countries, Arabs and Sunnis in general. The only new addition is that Commander of ‘Pistachio and Caviar’ Corps Qasim Sulaymani has been working on training …

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