Tuesday , October 16 2018

Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi

Finding solution to fake certificates

The issue of fake academic certificates has become the talk of the town. Several prospects and definitions are being given for fake or forged certificates. There are some who do not differentiate between recognized and unrecognized universities by the Ministry of Higher Education. In fact, it is not a principle …

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Islamists between two ages

“Politicians are people who, when they see light at the end of the tunnel, go out and buy some more tunnels.”              – John Quinton By Yusuf Awad Al-Azmi The storming of the Grand Mosque in Makkah in 1979 and the Iranian Revolution which followed immediately are considered a coup against …

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40 minutes at Kuwait Airport

‘The hand that you cannot stand… shake it” – a Kuwaiti proverb. It is known to all that the crisis related to Turkish lira is a political crisis that has donned on an economic attire. Those who follow the crisis know that the Turkish economy is at its best state, …

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Tourist visa case

‘Missed opportunity’ Tourists from all over the world are keen to visit countries that are rich in touristic destinations where they can spend an enjoyable time. When we look at the global touristic map, we will figure out there are a number of factors that distinguish each and every touristic …

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Mergers, effects of brass

‘Get a comrade’ A merger has challenges. Usually in merger deals and agreements between big firms after the effects of legal, administration and financial procedures are ironed out – a process that is most of the time very difficult and tiresome, another problem emerges which is not less important than …

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Jordan crisis and the Fourth Circle

“People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use”… Danish Philosopher Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855) By Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi The World Bank negatively affects any country it finds itself. Whenever you see revolutions and disputes in poor countries, seek out the World Bank. …

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Not all true in country’s financial status

“People don’t like the true and simple; they like fairy tales and humbug,” French writer Edmond de Goncourt (1822-1896). By Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi The contents of some news bear more comedy than seriousness. One of the most notable suppositions is that the financial status of any country is considered a …

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Theories may defy success

By Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi “°A general who sees with the eyes of others is not able to lead a State,” French statesman Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821). . . . Economic theories and their implementation rely on a certain set of circumstances, concepts and principles which make any theory unique in terms …

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‘May Allah be with you, O Palestinians’

“Courage is to transform despair into hope, because despair has a taste of death and that courage concerns life,” Egyptian poet Aly El-Garem (1881-1949). No nation in this world has suffered the way that the people of Palestine have been suffering. This nation was occupied in 1948 and the situation …

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Mechanism of collapsing co (7)

“Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after the other,” Scottish politician Walter Elliot (1888 — 1958). ONE of the challenges that the management faced was the Real Estate Department. This department was dispersed into several disorganized managements and companies where more than four companies …

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