Monday , October 15 2018

Yousef Awadh Al-Azmi

Biography written in blood – Crazy plot behind blasts

Is there any link between the explosions that occurred at the Ataturk International Airport and the recent Turkish moves for the restoration of the Turkish-Israeli relations as well as the dramatic mending of the Turkish-Russian relations with talks about offering compensations, even though they were denied later? Many of the …

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Liberals remain weak in changing political scene – Cannot clap with one hand

THE liberal political movement in Kuwait has honorable history with huge nationalist impact; the names of the majority of liberals were heard in the sixties, seventies and early eighties before the religious movement raided the political scene and dominated it. The liberals in Kuwait were known for their patriotism and …

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Participatory train takes off! – ‘Be realistic’

AS expected, the Islamic Constitutional Movement (ICM) has declared its intention to participate in the upcoming parliamentary election, which is based on the ‘one-man one-vote’ system. This was mentioned in a press release issued by the ICM to declare its stance as well as to defend itself like a suspect. …

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Sojourn in Paris alleys – Calm in home of culture

I STAYED in Paris where I visited doctors, entered public libraries and watched the people in order to have a feel of the elite civilization, polite attitude, fine feelings, warm welcome, good behavior, low voices, keeping the dates and accurate life order. Whereas we, the Arabs, are rough and barbarians, …

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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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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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Will ‘Sykes Picot’ be rewritten? – Time running out for Arabian Gulf

What is happening in Halab (the original ancient name of Aleppo) is a chain of events moving in the direction of Syria’s destruction – the country that has become the breeding ground for international gangs of killers and propaganda machines to settle sectarian scores. It is obvious the problem cannot …

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Defenseless left to be massacred – Dead suffer no pain

IT IS not possible for the regime in Syria to continue doing what it has been doing, and perhaps, what it will do, unless it makes plans with the major countries and obtain their permission. It was said that Russia withdrew from Syria, but in reality, its forces continue their …

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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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