Wednesday , September 19 2018

Arab Times

May Iranian leaders remember the fate of Barmakids

LEADERS in Iran always err in their approach to Arabian affairs, especially in countries where they have planted their militias and gangs to wreak havoc and put decisions of such countries in the hands of Tehran. The reason behind such error is that these people speak as if they are …

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The grieving foxes

‘No love lost’ This is a challenge which I hope will be accepted by the Muslim Brotherhood group to tell us the usefulness of one Islamic society and its benefits over 90 years of the group’s existence among us. The claim that the group has contributed to the propagation and …

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Chelsea leave it late as Yedlin own goal kills off Newcastle

Blues remain perfect NEWCASTLE, United Kingdom, Aug 26, (AFP): Chelsea required an own goal from Newcastle’s DeAndre Yedlin to maintain their 100 percent start to the Premier League season as the Blues ground out a 2-1 win at St James’ Park on Sunday. Yedlin deflected Marcos Alonso’s shot into his …

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Four overs for one run: Irfan breaks T20 record

Sri Lanka rejects ticket ‘rip off’ claim PARIS, Aug 26, (AFP): Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Irfan bowled the most economical spell in Twenty20 history on Saturday, only conceding a run from his final ball. The giant 7ft 1in (2.16m) left-armer, playing for Barbados Tridents against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots …

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Crazy draws immigrant parents to the ‘movies’

Russos close deal When “Crazy Rich Asians” surpassed expectations and grabbed the top spot at the box office in its opening weekend, the film also pulled off another surprising feat: It put Asians of a certain age in theater seats. Younger Asian-Americans have been flocking with their parents to see …

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Venice fest courts controversy

‘Thief’ nabs top prizes at Santiago festival ROME, Aug 26, (Agencies): Global superstars Lady Gaga, Ryan Gosling and Vanessa Redgrave descend on Venice this week as the annual film festival kicks off Wednesday to controversy over the inclusion of Netflix productions and there being just one female director in competition. …

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Mohammad Bin Salman … tie it and trust in God

YOUR Highness Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, we wish to approach you with these lines in the spirit of mutual interest and love; because every investment in Saudi Arabia concerns the entire region. Since your assumption of office, you have laid down an economic development plan for the Kingdom standing …

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Back to borders, Al-Alawi

It’s ‘Saddam invasion’ I have received so many comments from friends related to what the Iraqi politician Hassan Al-Alawi said on the subject of Kuwait’s borders with Iraq and almost everyone said that many of us know about this agreement. Dr Abdullah Al-Ghunaim, head of the Kuwait Studies and Research Center, …

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Dates from a diminishing Souq Tamar

As we come to the end of the date harvest, many varieties of this delicious and healthy fruit are cheap and plentiful in the market. Along the streets and in gardens all over Kuwait you can see date palms hanging heavy with their golden bundles of fruit that are ready …

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Turkey selects ‘Wild’ for Oscars foreign language submission

Can ‘Crazy’ save rom-com by embracing diversity? LOS ANGELES, Aug 25, (Agencies): Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s “The Wild Pear Tree” will be Turkey’s contender for this year’s best foreign-language film Oscar. The drama marks the fifth time one of the director’s films has been selected by Turkey. The film tells the …

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