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Ramadan Mubarak

Salaam alaykum! I was not given the chance to offer you greetings on the first day of Ramadan but nevertheless greetings can continue throughout the month. I wish the whole…

Rethink it

Salaam Alyakum Mr Al-Awadhi and first of all Ramadan Mubarak insha’Allah to you and your family. Just the other day I was planning to write an article thanking you for…

A Second Nakba

Hi guys, Ramadan is coming so I wanted to greet you. For some time now, I’ve shunned away from writing. I’m sure you did not miss me. I hope you…

It’s A Disaster

Reading the IMF World Economic Report for 2015 was very interesting, especially when I read about the forecast for Kuwait, because this is my concern. I was ashamed actually and…

And Greed Goes On

Domestic helper visas have been an issue in Kuwait for many years, and when at last we heard good news that the parliament was supporting a bill to reform the…

Negligence or Deliberate?

I’m sure you’ve all heard about the fire at the data information systems of the Ministry of Interior two days ago. So far, as I’m writing my article, we have…

What shall we call them?

I read an article from a colleague, Iqbal Al Ahmed, in Al-Qabas newspaper yesterday. I salute Iqbal for the topic she chose. She talked about the method of naming streets…

Intrigued by arms

The initiative by the Ministry of Interior to collect arms from the public is a great idea. But how successful will it be and how easy this task turns out…

Jinxed!

Do you believe in jinxes, guys? I tried to avoid believing in it but I see that most of the people around me believe strongly in such things. I remembered…

Why the hero’s welcome?

I was impressed last night to watch the US Congress receiving the returning son and hero Netanyahu. The minute Netanyahu arrived on the platform, the whole Congress was clapping. This…

Fight your case fairly

It was interesting watching an interview on Arabic BBC this week with a Saudi writer in Washington DC about women’s right to drive. BBC was exploring the various issues which…

Better Late Then Never

It’s nice that someone in the parliament, at last, thought about the issue of unlicensed firearms in the hands of the public. The reality is that there are thousands of…

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