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Opinion

Field day for the corrupt … blowing into a torn bagpipe

The measures taken by the government to combat the COVID-19 pandemic have exceeded the scope of confusion and have landed on the circle of disaster. …

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Habtoor remains positive on UAE outlook

Numbers back March predictions Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, Founding Chairman of Al Habtoor Group (AHG), one of the largest privately-owned business conglomerates in the region, …

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Bankruptcy staring in the eye

In these particular circumstances I have no doubt that someone in the government, particularly the Minister of Finance will be happy to read this article, …

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Is HH the Prime Minister aware of what is being published … said?

THE extent that the governmental confusion has reached in terms of combating the COVID-19 pandemic is shameful, in addition to the scandals, if they are …

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Shameful parliamentary behavior

THE behavior of the so-called false opposition of the National Assembly of December 5, 2020 during the session on Tuesday is a matter that should …

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The delusions of Faiq & courtesy of Ammar

Last September through an article I replied to Faiq Al-Sheikh Ali, the Iraqi MP, that Al-Qassim, Buraidah, Unaizah, Kuwait, Riyadh, Najd, Al-Ahsa, Al Qatif and …

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So you don’t weep like women for the kingdom you have lost

THE situation in several Arab countries was unexpected … and what was expected of these countries has become a dream. This is due to the …

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Charities of hoopoes, crows

Because of the repercussions of the Arab Spring crime that came close to overthrowing the legitimacy in the country, and take us to the banks …

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‘Spit’ in the face of Qasim & the rulers of oblivion

IT is reported that the late Iraqi President Abdul Kareem Qasim was visiting Adamiya in Baghdad when a boy stepped out from the crowd that …

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What peace has Zarif in mind … ‘zero’ diplomacy or the hegemony of the Revolutionary Guards?

THE admission of the Vice-President of Iran Eshaq Jahangiri — which comes five years late — that the storming of the Saudi embassy in Tehran …

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