1 – To put things in the right perspective, and not in defense of brother Muhammad Al-Sager, for what he said provoked some came in …Read More »
Is there no other person, in this country, of integrity except him?
IT is not enough to have integrated legislative frameworks and popular elections for the legislative authority in order to claim that we are a democratic …Read More »
Marzouq Al-Ghanim … mercy upon who knows his capacity
IT is incumbent upon us to remind our National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim that the parliament is not a superpower, and mercy is upon those …Read More »
Al-Naibari, one of a kind
The great friend, national icon and politician, former MP Abdullah Al-Naibari passed away two days ago on his 86th birthday. I knew the late Abdullah …Read More »
Between Parliamentary Hana and Governmental Mana, Kuwait loses its financial beard
IT is said that there was a man who had two wives – a young woman named Hana and an old woman named Mana. Whenever …Read More »
Who accepts the challenge?
The operation of liberating a state from the grip of occupation did not occur in the history of the modern world, as did the epic …Read More »
Will Assad’s visit to the UAE end the Arab demonic war?
THE United Arab Emirates won the bet that political realism is an entry point for resolving Arab-Arab disputes, and that Syria’s survival outside the flock …Read More »
The teacher and ‘Le Bon’
The Muslim societies are characterized by a great deal of religiosity that you see on people’s faces, wall graffiti, the names of people and places, …Read More »
How much will it cost to grill the Prime Minister?
WHEN writing the political history of Kuwait about the current stage, historians will describe the four governments of Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid as not only weak, …Read More »
‘Brothers’ struggle for material world lingers
Since the assassination of Hassan al-Banna, the founder of the terrorist Brotherhood movement in 1949, at the age of 43, by the Egyptian authorities the …Read More »