Opinion

Welcome Salman … backbone of the Gulf

WHEN the nation needed resolve, the Kingdom of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud acted with strong determination in designing the renascence without slacking. The ‘Decisive Storm’ averted destruction and woes waiting to befall on the region once the Persian enemy’s plan succeeded. King …

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Why not follow the example of Castro

  FIDEL CASTRO, the man who ruled Cuba for half a century, died at the age of 90. The Island of Cuba declared 10 days mourning period that ended with the urn carrying his ashes being placed inside a room at the Armed Forces Ministry in Havana. One of the …

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There must be a solution – Misery at airport

Time will pass slowly, and reform will take years before we see a breakthrough in the development of Kuwait — miserable and sad and desolate and damaged and dirty airport, with all its facilities. If I was the president or director of the airport, I would be ashamed of being …

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Intellectuals, human rights – ‘Cultural diversity vital’

The Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Center (Opera House) organized a lecture on Nov 30 evening under the title ‘Culture of Luxury or Survival’. The speaker at the event was former Minister of Information Saad bin Tefla. The moderator of the event was another former Minister of Information Mohammad Al-Sanousi. Professor Ben …

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Dear Saadoun, patriotism protects Kuwait, not democracy

EVERY citizen has right to express his/her opinion on national issues and Ahmad Al-Saadoun, who recently expressed his views explicitly on the Al-Jazeera Channel is not the exception. However, he erred during the interview when he said democracy is the security of Kuwait because of which the country was protected …

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A warm welcome to Saudi Monarch

The surprise visit of The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz to the Emirates on the occasion of our 45th National Day is a testament to the close relationship between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) founded on mutual respect, shared …

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The ‘ape’ who forces us to pray for mercy on Gaddafi

YES, we are entitled to pray for mercy on Muammar Gaddafi regardless of his bad political activities, dictatorship and corruption that he perpetrated alongside his children, which nobody disputes. Regardless of those serious misdeeds, he protected the internal security of our dear sisterly country, Libya, with unity among citizens within …

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Man, govt-made rifts – ‘Kuwait was not like this’

I do not watch TV at all, and therefore I cannot pass a judgment on the performance of Jaafar Mohammad, the presenter of the Al-Shahed TV, except for some video clips on YouTube which I receive on the social media. A video clip which was recently posted is about diseases people …

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Morality first casualty

PRAISED be the One who makes similar incidents recur coincidentally, despite differences in details. We might have read, heard or even witnessed a certain event in the past; and after several years, a similar event — different in form but similar in context — occurs with the same concept. A …

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Blow to backward forces – Young breath of fresh air

In the last parliamentary elections some emerged winners and others losers. In spite of all the disadvantages, these elections have set an example and a perfect model to be followed given our surroundings, and put us on par with freedom and peace-loving nations. We have warned repeatedly about the involvement …

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