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Wednesday , November 21 2018

Opinion

Golda Meir and lessons from the October War

WHEN Denis Michael Rohan, an Australian citizen, set fire to the pulpit of Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on Aug 21, 1969; the then Prime Minister of Israel Golda Meir wrote in her autobiography, “… I hadn’t slept all night, expecting that the Arabs would be coming from all over towards …

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‘Right man in right place?’

Many people were pleased when they heard the news reports that the Public Prosecution had summoned for interrogation a number of suspects who were involved in the so-called ‘hospitality contracts’ of the Ministry of Interior for making deals in their favor. We mentioned in a tweet which has spread like …

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That is why they fight the country of Two Holy Mosques

YOUR Majesty, King Salman, the psychological and media campaigns that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been exposed to are the reactions to recent procedures and achievements under your term; thanks to the action and vigor of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in addition to the outstanding advancement in all …

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Eloquent is Berri when lecturing on self-righteousness

WHEN the Speaker of the Lebanese Parliament Nabih Berri expresses his fear concerning the situation in Lebanon, uses his meeting with Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson Arun Gandhi as a cover for saying he is still optimistic about “non-violence” in global issues, and then says, “We also need to endorse the principle …

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Our private sector, you have made us proud

SAUDI ARABIA’s Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper published on the Business World page of its Sept 30 edition a news item that delighted me and restored my selfconfidence as a Kuwaiti who belongs to this land and has not known another homeland from my birth to my elderliness. The good news says, …

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Taking Gandhi to schools

KUWAIT CITY,Oct 1: India celebrates the birth anniversary of a great soul, the Father of The Nation on Oct 2, popularly known as ‘Bapu’. On this great occasion we see Bapu back in all the Indian schools in India and abroad. As many children attire to imitate Bapu it is …

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Syria for Syrians from beginning to end

THE call made by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of the Syrian Arab Republic (SAR) Walid Muallem for Syrian refugees to voluntarily return to their country is another indication of the approaching end of the heated and bloody tussle. It also signals the start of …

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Where to invest your money?

Most sayings and proverbs look contradictory. For example the famous saying to like this. ‘Save a penny for a rainy day’; ‘Spend and God will send’ and ‘Invest your money in stone’ or rather real estate of gold, or put one-third of you money in property, one-third in business, speculation …

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Prince Mohammad, your grandfather started in Kuwait and from then began a mutual destiny

WELCOME to the country where your grandfather began his journey that unified a great country – the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a vast peninsula. Welcome to the country liberated from the Iraqi invasion due to the kingdom’s efforts and that of its people and leadership, on top of them was …

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Need to amend Law No. 68/2015 to protect household workers

The Domestic Labor Law failed to protect the rights of domestic workers despite the fact that this is the latest law issued to regulate household workers’ rights and obligations. The law has no stipulation on a lot of domestic workers’ rights. It does not stipulate penalties in case of criminal …

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