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Ahmed Al Jarallah

Is it a national holiday … or idleness and laziness?

THE state affairs were disrupted for more than a week due to the long vacation on the occasion of the National Day and Liberation Day. …

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Mohammed bin Salman and Saudi Arabia’s roadmap to the future … Allah deters through a leader which He does not deter in the Qur’an

By Ahmed Al-Jarallah Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times IN his interview with the American magazine “The Atlantic”, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman answered the questions …

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Perhaps the long holidays were perfect occasion for those in charge to reflect on our unfortunate situation

THE resigned Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Sheikh Hamad Jaber Al-Ali was right when he said, “Democracy is supposed to construct, not demolish. …

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Time for the two authorities to go

FINALLY the government has abolished the Kuwait Mosafer, Bil salamah (for domestic workers) and Muna (PCR test accreditation issued outside Kuwait) apps. This decision is …

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Egypt’s gift in the land of peace

WE hosted the Egyptian President Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi, the man of Egypt and its people, who is always welcomed not only to Kuwait, but to the …

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How long will Kuwait be captive to a bickering
and unproductive government and parliament?

THE absence of a vision and a plan is the most serious offense to Kuwait, offset by the sin of seizing authority over another, bickering …

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Bare government and a distorted democracy

THE joy of the government in the survival of its Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmad Nasser Al-Muhammad from the vote of no-confidence was short-lived after both …

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Is the government presenting their head to parliament on a silver plate?

WHY are the ministers from the ruling family being targeted by the parliament? Why the march to weaken them? Who is benefiting from this? Are …

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Let’s scream ‘O Kuwait’

IS it deliberate that the people of this country are meant to live in a permanent vacuum and under the shadow of a government that …

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Bedoun … for how long?

AS the blood of racism continues to boil in the veins of some, there are those who forget the fact that all Kuwaitis were once …

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