Saturday , November 18 2017

Opinion

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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backpacks & bullies – school bells ring the alarm for some

The start of the school year is often a time of excitement filled with the hope of new experiences and ample possibilities for children and teenagers. But for many it can also be a period marked by dread and anxiety. Bullying, the repeated and intentional use of words or actions …

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Qatar 2017 … Qatar 1893

THE visit of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah to the United States of America has huge significance. Perhaps, the significance of this visit lies in the timing — during the third anniversary of the United Nation’s declaration of His Highness as International Humanitarian Leader and Kuwait …

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Forgotten Arabs the world ignores

IF you are unaware that there are millions of Arabs subsisting in miserable conditions in the oil-and-water-rich Iranian province of Khuzestan, you can be forgiven. The shameful fact is that their plight goes under the Arab World’s radar and is rarely highlighted by either the Western or Arab media. These …

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Let our voice reach Rohingya

San Suu Kyi, who came to power as the first civilian administration after the junta regime in Myanmar, was considered as a great hope for the Rohingya Muslims. The promises she made before the election were hopeful and peaceful. The Rohingya believed that things would change for the better for …

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Inhuman, skewed eclecticism

Whenever our brothers in humanity, children of Adam and Eve, encounter any devastating misfortune, we are obliged by our emotions, feelings and conscience to do something regardless of their origin or ethnicity. In the past months or few days now, we have seen our brothers and sisters in humanity and …

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Pros and cons of instituting visitation rights centres

The new family law has given a new option for divorced couples to execute the visitation judgment in ‘visitation centers’, which are newly built and situated in Kuwait Governorates such that residents of each governorate will visit the centers to see their children once they have visitation hours granted through …

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‘No winner in crisis’ – ‘Wisdom key’

“The Arab political and economic affairs would have been good, so would the Arab media if management of Arab affairs was good”  — Mohammad bin Rashid Al-Maktoum. It’s been two months since the unfortunate Gulf crisis began and situation of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) started to deteriorate, and as …

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Oh Saleh … ‘Eagle and fox’ once again

FINALLY the ousted president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has fallen into the very trap that he had built through his coalition with the Houthi gang. This came after the gang issued a decision to arrest its ally for overthrowing the legitimate government. This development signals the collapse of the …

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