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Thursday , February 2 2023

Insight

Depressed and ‘let down’

In 1966, I bought a Mustang car, with a soft top, and it was the only one of its kind in Kuwait. Shortly thereafter, I …

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Clothes, persona irrelevant

There is no one faster than us in issuing ironic descriptions and sarcasm and criticize those we hate, or whom we do not like or …

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Eight billion, one humanity

The world’s population will reach 8 billion in the middle of November – a testament to scientific breakthroughs and improvements in nutrition, public health and …

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Promises of Al-Rubaia’an

The former academician, Essam Al-Rubaia’an began his work last Thursday as the new head of the Civil Service Commission, the body concerned with civil employment, …

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The defect that we fear of perpetually

I arrived on Saturday evening aboard Middle East Airlines from Beirut, spending the last part of the trip in conversation with a well-known engineer and …

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Ethics, medicine & advertising

The Kuwait Medical Association was founded 60 years ago, and it seems that it has become weak over time. Despite the number of health violations …

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Multiple reasons for success

The choice of Rishi Sunak as Prime Minister of Britain sparked a wave of reactions, which his predecessors did not receive, such as the Prime …

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Difference in poor, rich Eid

The following texts appeared in the Arabic language course for the tenth grade: Question: What is the balance between the manifestations of the feast to …

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Religious extremism and forbidden sexual actions

The Haredi community, called the “Jewish Taleban,” or the ultra-Orthodox, inside and outside Israel, is mysterious and secretive in its rituals and in the thought …

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The sole issue which does not have result

Twenty-five Ministers of Education have passed through the education sector during 60 years, half of them failed, and the government failed the efforts of the …

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