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Insight

The colonizer’s deeds and we the liberators

I and five other partners of different nationalities established a business half a century ago. One of the partners died, two left the country to …

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‘Myth of Sisyphus’ and the central tender committee

The main objective of the purchases of the state, or any other party through the tender committee is to obtain the best services or goods …

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Reform hope in Jinan speech

A truck carrying a quantity of watermelons overturned on a busy street in Baghdad! Some of those who were on their way to the mosque …

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The fierce campaign on homosexuals

The Ministry of Commerce launched a campaign against homosexual logos – the six-colored flag, and I thank the Ministry for the information that I and …

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What is most harmful & the least beneficial?

The American society is considered the most conservative compared to other Western nations. The churches in America raced to exploit this and collected huge sums …

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AU of Mideast … an example!

Kuwait does not have an income tax system, and therefore banks and large companies cannot donate part of their taxes and direct them to education, …

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AU of Mideast … & they say

The law establishing the Council of Private Universities was issued in 2000 to set the rules and procedures for licensing private universities, specifying the requirements …

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Indian ‘Basmati’ outscores boycott

We do not want anyone to offend us and so we have demanded serious action to be taken against the Government of India for the …

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Retirees’ grant to buy ‘zubaidi’

Fifteen years ago, Sheikh Salem Al-Ali Al-Sabah donated one hundred million dinars to pay off citizens’ debts, and this generous initiative was preceded by donations …

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Al-Matar, the director, and ruin of university

The status of Kuwait University has dropped to a new low level, while the private universities are doing much better, and they continued to occupy …

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