Thursday , October 18 2018

Opinion

Saudi victim of hate campaign

DO NOT expect to hear a good word about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on any Western media outlet these days. There is growing evidence of an international-wide campaign built on exaggerations to blacken its reputation in almost every sphere and undermine its regional leadership standing. This serves as a …

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Iran, Turkey, Russia nexus threat

The Turkish President Recip Tayyip Erdogan, who ordered the shooting down of a Russian warplane last November and hurled volleys of insult at his Russian counterpart, now refers to President Vladimir Putin as his “dear friend”. Putin must be inwardly smirking but he is going along with this buddy-buddy charade …

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Search for the original ‘DAESH’ in Iran

THE international alliance is intensifying strikes against DAESH and even countries outside the alliance are attacking the terrorist group. Here is Turkey that launched a military campaign against the locations occupied by DAESH in North Syria, hitting two birds with a single stone. While Turkey sends DAESH domination away from …

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Sick Austrian versus a sick Kuwaiti

IN AUSTRIA, a study published recently recommended review of the current ‘sick leave system’. This came after a statistical sample which consisted of various sectors affirmed that more than a third of manpower — about 35 percent — return or report back to work while they are still sick or …

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‘Marine Fort’ better name for a city built out of nylon – No seamen, dhows in place

Kuwaitis are known for traveling. In the past, they traveled for commerce and excelled as traders through determination and hard work. Kuwaitis went far and wide to do business and consequently arrived at Mumbai Port in India. They went beyond Karachi in Pakistan to Zanzibar in Africa to trade, and …

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Subsidies a kettle with a lot of holes

A CERTAIN voice wants the government to remedy the economic and financial crisis caused by the oil price decline without touching the service earnings which put a huge burden on public funds and continue to go to waste. The reason is those benefiting from subsidies have louder voices and they …

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Long-term strategic schemes vital to avoid crisis recurrence – Dipping oil stirs GCC ‘chaos’

Did you know that contracting companies represent the basic arm of countries’ developmental processes? Did you know that many of the outstanding contracting companies in the region are facing troubles including their inability or delay in paying the salaries of employees? Are the contracting companies blameless? Should the governments bear …

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Mohammad VI’s unique bond with his subjects

KING MOHAMMAD VI revived the vision when he reactivated the royal revolution, led by his grandfather, against colonialists. This is due to his close contact with citizens, enabling him to feel their pulse as well as address the issues concerning them and the nation in general. In a speech he …

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If only they did not do it in Syria

IT IS time for everyone to face the truth. After five years and a half since the war started in Syria, with Turkey pioneering the fall of the regime; Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım has finally admitted it is possible for Bashar al-Assad to be part of the transition period …

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El-Sisi immune to Brotherhood cries

TODAY, the government of Egypt and its President Abdul-Fattah El-Sisi are subjected to a fierce campaign of criticism on account of a recent statement about Egypt seeking loan from the World Bank. The campaign is led by the “Brotherhood” and its kind that look at every major achievement through the …

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