Opinion

Trump win will make you wish for Obama

  THE level of discontent over the policies adopted by US President Barack Hussein Obama on relations with the region has intensified. Obama and his administration almost announced total abandonment of absolute support for the policies of elite rulers in the region by adopting different policies. However, in his opinion, …

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Houthis buying time has failed

IT SEEMS the Yemeni coup plotters are yet to be convinced that procrastination during the peace talks can never achieve the desired result — their plan to hold on to the territories they snatched where Iranian wishes are being enforced. They should realize that the obstacle will soon be crushed …

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‘Expats playing major role in building Kuwait merit respect’ – ‘Intolerance defies religion’

Verbally or physically abusing some domestic helpers, pelting some resident passengers and drivers with stones, lack of patience toward some expatriate doctors and teachers, by some individuals, certainly indicate that tolerance usually begins at home! Already known for its tolerance toward strangers, foreigners and non-citizens, our Kuwaiti traditional society stands …

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Tajikistan in College of Arts – ‘Rare event … honor’

ON THE occasion of Kuwait being chosen as the Capital of Islamic Culture for 2016 and amid a rare interesting event, President of the Republic of Tajikistan Imam Ali Rahman (Emomali Rahmon) will visit today the College of Arts in Kuwait University, where he will deliver a lecture on history …

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Beware of DAESH … the new Nazism

IS THERE really an intention to eradicate DAESH or this organization has become a blackmailing tool for some major countries to achieve certain objectives? Why did the alliance of 66 countries fail to reach its goal for two years? How much time do they need to eradicate this organization? Has …

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Kuwaiti nights naturally cold! – Journey is long

IN THE Pearl of the Gulf, Home of Peace and country of the Humanitarian Leader ‘Kuwait’, official meetings were held for dialogues between two warring factions in the Yemen crisis — Yemen Aden and Yemen Sana’a. A poet said, “No matter how long, Sana’a is a must. It is true …

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Will-power can do wonders – Syria peace achievable

When I picked up a pen, or to be precise, put my fingers on the keyboard to write, various issues that are worth discussing and analyzing started running through my mind. Some of the issues, not all, that are written are suitable for publishing as per the principle – “Not …

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We hope we will catch up

SECTARIANISM is a chronic disease that has been devastating our region for years. The Europeans lived with it in the past, during the Dark Ages, which were overwhelmed by the sectarian mind. In 15th century France, sectarianism was at its peak between the majority Catholics who followed the Pope in …

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O Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques … we have a word

WITHOUT a doubt, the royal directives issued by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz are vital in developing and revitalizing the government’s performance in accordance with the advancement scheme of Saudi Arabia. It is a comprehensive ‘revolution’ not only in terms of the ministerial structures and …

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‘Moderate Muslim scholars must counter terror thought’ – ‘Fanatics portray wrong image’

Islam does not justify acts of violence against innocent people. However, as in any other religion, it so happens that Islamic teachings of peace and tolerance get twisted, manipulated and exploited by those who seek to achieve their personal interests. Basic Islamic teachings do not forgive, justify or overlook any …

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