Tuesday , February 20 2018

Opinion

Trojan horse ‘suspended’

  THE regional, Arab, Islamic and international support given to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s position regarding the attacks on its embassy in Tehran and consulate in Mashhad shows the level of the downfall and fragility of Iran’s politics. This came after majority of the countries realized Iran’s actual intentions, …

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Napoli pizza seller – Deeds say it all

Italy is famous for its cuisine particularly its pizzas and pastas. There are thousands of restaurants in many countries around the world that serve pizza. Most of them use Italian names for marketing purposes in order to attract customers. Pizza is not only a popular meal in Italy but it …

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ARAMCO, the sovereign giant

EXCLUDING Saudi oil giant, ARAMCO, from the bourse may be difficult considering the value of the company in the market. The company possesses confirmed oil reserves of 266.6 billion barrels while over a trillion barrels of oil in its reserve is still unexplored. We are talking about a giant whose …

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Chronic kidney diseases prevalent in Kuwait – Peritoneal dialysis gentler, better for pediatrics

Dr Faisal Al-Kandari is a Pediatrician with specialty in infant kidney at the Dar Al-Shifa Hospital. He sat with Arab Times to give an insight into a host of issues that affect the child in general. He talked particularly about the kidneys and how it affects the child’s wellbeing. Question: …

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‘Open asylum policies pose big future threat to Europe societies’ – ‘Deport law-breakers’

According to the BBC, “German Chancellor Angela Merkel has proposed changes to make it easier to deport asylum-seekers who commit crimes, after the New Year’s Eve sex attacks on women in Cologne. The attacks, which victims say were carried out by men of North African and Arab appearance, have called …

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Single GCC grip on the sword

MEMBERS of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have shut all the doors, windows and even cracks of ambiguous interpretations on its unified position towards the threat made by Iran against the GCC’s existence, role, ruling system and laws. Therefore, there is no more loophole that enables the eye of the …

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Saudi, a target of hypocrisy, double standards

TO my astonishment and dismay Western powers, human rights groups and international institutions have ganged-up against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia alleging ‘human rights abuses’ over its execution of 47 terrorists, tried and sentenced for their crimes following lengthy transparent trials. Rather than salute the Kingdom for its policy of …

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Indeed, it is We who sent down the Holy Quran and indeed We will be its guardian, but not in your hands

  A FEW months ago, the oldest fragments of the Holy Qur’an were discovered. This discovery was neither in the country of ‘revelation’ nor the country of well-guided caliphates or even the not well-guided caliphate. In fact, it was not in any Arab or Islamic country. The discovery of the …

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Apology worse than the crime

THE Iranian apology to the United Nations Security Council over the attacks on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad is, to say the least, worse than the crime itself. This is because the apology insinuates how the regime of peacocks in Tehran belittles …

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Iran’s open aggression demands harsh response

THE gloves are off. Not content with boasting that it controls certain Arab capitals and using militias to destabilise others, the Islamic Republic of Iran has passed the point of no return by directly interfering in Saudi Arabia’s internal affairs. The Kingdom is a country of laws that must be …

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