Opinion

We ‘separate’ as soon as our interests cease to be common – Need to prioritize interest of country

IS it our utmost ambition to see some individuals nominated to the National Assembly? Is it our right to say who will be nominated and who will not? Did any apparent obstacles to democracy seem worthwhile? Do the current MPs represent the actual political scene? Is the parliament an effective …

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Mohammed VI … Sun of loyalty that rises in Morocco

NORMALLY, the Sun sets in the West, but the Sun of loyalty sets in Morocco. Brotherly ties, unity and self-determination are considered the foundations of the vision of GCC’s sister Kingdom, because their relationship is based on common concerns and interests. This is in addition to the fact that Morocco …

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‘Plotters of coup’ in Yemen waste time, innocent blood

IT LOOKS like the Houthis and the deposed president Ali Abdullah Saleh do not want the solution to the problem in Yemen. They do not want to put a stop to the bloodshed and disaster and other than this there is no other interpretation for the delay in dialogue in …

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‘Sword is mightier than dialogue’ – Coalition advance to end standoff

When a writer decides to write an article, he prefers to cover a major incident. In this particular article, I had planned to write about the ongoing strike of the oil workers in Kuwait. However, I fear that I might not have a complete picture about this issue, especially since …

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Brotherhood Group is parallel to gloominess

IT HAS been a while since I decided to stop writing about the Muslim Brotherhood Group. However, the problem is this group and its members somehow forces you to remember them — perhaps for the people not to forget them even if they are talking about the group’s scandals or …

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‘Western world has shown actual sympathy toward refugees plight’ – ‘Pope gesture bridges religious gap’

According to a recent CNN report, “Pope Francis spoke of empathy and mercy as he met Saturday with migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos.” As a gesture of welcome toward the refugees, he took “to Rome three families of refugees from Syria, 12 people in all, including six children.” …

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Voice of the wicked never eats from trader’s money

  IT IS paradoxical to see the protesting oil sector employees raising slogans such as, “We will never sell our nation,” while an oil labor syndicate official is announcing that “the strike will cost the country KD 12 billion in 10 days”. This means the protestors are intentionally causing losses …

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Iran … the test is over

WHEN the Islamic Summit Conference in Istanbul in clear terms condemned Iran’s interferences in the affairs of other countries, the regime of Mullahs doesn’t have much choice but to stop sponsoring and supporting terrorism. The Mullahs have to atone for their sins of the past decades if they truly want …

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When will the authority devour ‘the big cheese’?

MANY, including me, have been asking why the names of high-profile Arab officials did not appear in the recently leaked ‘Panama Papers’, which were published by independent Western newspapers, about the soaring wealth of several high-profile politicians, sports individuals and artists, and their deposits in what is known as tax …

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Before you dry up Kuwait’s resources, ask what you have done for our country

IS KUWAIT suffering from a crisis of entity? This question comes to mind when we talk about the effects of economic meltdown in the world on our country — particularly in the face of certain malpractices of our lawmakers at a time when we are required to control frivolous activities …

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