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Integrating students with special needs in education – Part III

On assessing the success of the strategy of vocational development for school directors in terms of integration in mainstream schools, we should observe some points that were already mentioned in…

Integrating students with special needs in education – Part II

In continuation of what I said in the previous article about the significance of utilizing Kuwait’s leading experience in integrating students with special needs (learning difficulties) in mainstream schools, the…

Focus on law enforcement

German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s backing of stricter laws by its party to expel convicted refugees involved in sexual attacks in Cologne and her stressing that “if crimes were committed and…

Sabah of goodness

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah last week gave orders to reduce the budget of the Amiri Diwan and rationalize it. This is the Sabah of “goodness”, and…

Integrating students with special needs in education – Part I

This article was previously published in another newspaper but in view of specialized readers’ wish to know the strategy of vocational development for the directors of schools to be integrated…

Common questions regarding divorce in Kuwait

Law can be a very negative career and that is because when things get tough, the toughest get a lawyer! Something that is very difficult for many lawyers is dealing…

The 2016 oil crisis

The price of oil has dropped significantly during the past few weeks. It went down to below $30 a barrel very quickly, and this is surely terrifying for us all.…

You shocked us… with all it means

When the country is stripped of its people’s loyalty and priorities for its love differ…when the name of the country is lost, all types of loyalties emerge…then the only diagnosis…

Trafficking in babies

In a horrifying incident, police in Kuwait arrested an Asian woman involved with a gang specialized in trafficking in babies. Trafficking in children is a form of human trafficking, and…

Take it in your stride

CASE STUDY 1: A university student stabbed in the head by four persons who chased his car. A man arrested for stabbing a fellow motorist in the hand and ramming…

The first Kuwaiti graduate

In 1846, a boy was born under the name of Musaed Abdullah Al-Azmi in Kuwait, where he grew up and developed great passion for knowledge and science. Having no other…

Robbed Generations

It is obviously clear that fear and concerns about Kuwait’s financial and economic deterioration have not yet reached many Kuwaitis – probably the majority of Kuwaitis! We have become dominated…