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Opinion

O Minister of Interior … Why such an angry face with every visa request?

Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times A COUPLE of days ago, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) announced that it will grant gold cards.  According to …

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Shameful law!

Ali Ahmed Al-Baghli Shameful is the law that prohibits naturalization of non-Muslims in Kuwait. This law was adopted by some of our parliamentarians, senior fanatics …

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‘New-Kuwait 2035’ Vision … dream (Part 5)

Yusuf Awadh Al-Azmi Kuwait is an Islamic state with Islamic-characterized laws that do not frustrate development, halt growth or impede any advancement. Science and development …

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Mr Khamenei … shed misguidance, enter Makkah repentantly, in peace

Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times FORMER Iranian president Mohammad Khatami said he does not expect the current regime to continue until the next parliamentary …

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We’ve been waiting for you

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf Because of the few pleasant issues around us, I find it necessary from time to time to pay sincere tribute to a minister or …

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‘Kuwait’s Vision 2035’ dream

Yusuf Awadh Al-Azmi There is a sensitive issue I prefer to discuss, but before I venture into the subject, I will relay one question asked …

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Moderate model to follow

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf Al-Hajj passed away three days ago at the age 88. I have known him closely for more than 45 years. Despite his religious convictions …

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Geography hasn’t separated Morocco from the Gulf

Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times A MODEL of Arab-Arab relations is worth emulating.  This model can be built and worked on to cement it …

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‘Remember the dignitaries’

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf The first to establish a hotel in Kuwait and perhaps in the Arabian Gulf was the late Yousuf Behbehani, known as Yousuf Sherin, and …

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The life of a diplomat

Ahmad-Al-Sarraf It may be a coincidence that I know a relatively large number of retired diplomats, or maybe that it seems to me. Most of …

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