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Thursday , November 15 2018

Arab Times

‘Realistic solutions’ for Palestinian case

PERHAPS, the clearest summary which could capture the Arab condition that started with the Palestinian case is what former German foreign minister Sigmar Hartmut Gabriel said in July last year during his visit to Qatar’s capital, Doha. At the time, Sigmar pointed out, “The Arab world constitutes five percent of …

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If ignorance were a man I would have killed him

MAY the pious Imam of the fourth caliphate Ali bin Abi Taleb (may Allah be pleased with him) forgive me for borrowing his eternal saying: “If poverty were a man, I would have killed him.” I would have said to him: “Poverty in my rich country is no longer a …

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‘Devil and deep blue sea’

IN any political or security crisis experienced by a country, which could be natural, the solution process starts with various approaches – among them the transparent method by which the incident is handled with in a sense of duty and professionalism to shut the mouths of opportunists and enemies. There …

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Our and Western charities

I do not know if it is stupidity or ignorance to think about comparing the size and quality of financial, technical and medical aid offered by Western charities with similar institutions in the Gulf countries. This is indeed unfair, and I am confident that some people working in our institutions …

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Malek rocks in ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Ava DuVernay working on Prince documentary Where does a rock great get his powers? The Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” traces his sonorous majesty to an unlikely place: his back teeth. Mercury, nee Farrokh Bulsara, was born with four extra incisors, giving him a bigger mouth. Introducing himself to his …

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‘Green Book’ set to open revamped Cairo Film Festival

Exhibitors at Dubai show no signs of pulling back from Saudi LOS ANGELES, Oct 30, (RTRS): The Middle East premiere of US director Peter Farrelly’s “Green Book” will open the revamped Cairo Film Festival where Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” is also set to launch in the region and Ralph Fiennes will …

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‘A Quiet Place’ a meditation on parenting

Awards buzz icing for Krasinski John Krasinski is still pinching himself over the critical and financial success of his experimental thriller “A Quiet Place”, but the Cinderella year is not over yet. With awards season heating up, “A Quiet Place”, has found its own spot in the conversation. Krasinski who …

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New Kuwait Motor Town race circuit ready to host FIA event

Teams carry out reconnaissance of special stages on Tuesday and Wednesday ARIFJAN, Kuwait City, Oct 30: Kuwait’s exciting new state-of-the-art race circuit will host the country’s return to the FIA Middle East Rally Championship (MERC) after a one-year absence this weekend. It marks the first time that the facility has …

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Kuwait gears up for Asian shotgun, airgun championship

Competition to host over 600 sharp shooters from across Asia KUWAIT CITY, Oct 30, (KUNA): Kuwait’s Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Olympic Shooting Complex is set to host over 600 sharp shooters from across Asia, including men and women, for 11-day continental shotgun and airgun championships on Saturday. The Asian Shotgun and …

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Think, ponder over Amir’s explicit messages

AT the opening session of the current Legislative Term, HH the Amir explicitly told the Executive and the Legislative authorities that the ball is now in their court in terms of constitutional mandates. The two authorities are expected to execute their duties without blackmail or playing to the tune of …

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