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Be the change

The world is readying for a landmark UN conference on climate change in the French capital this December, and intense efforts are being made to ensure countries around the world…

FIFA stabs the heart of Kuwait

FIFA achieved what it wanted towards Kuwait sports, and decided on what it wished with premeditation to stop Kuwait sports activities for the second time, and with that it stabbed…

Kuwaiti Nights

Initially, it seems that some ministers know nothing about international agreements the state has signed. The statements they make have proved this because the anti-racial discrimination treaty completely contradicts the…

Egypt’s change reflects trust

Egypt’s winning a UN Security Council’s non-permanent seat for two years starting from January after it won 179 votes out of a total of 193 UN General Assembly members is…

Deportation threat, taxis and Pakistani visa issues

Good morning dear and honorable readers and I wish all a happy Hijri year full of happiness and joy. In this article I would like to pinpoint on some true…

DAESHMAN

It is absolutely hideous to talk about beauty during times of ugliness. It is also out of total ignorance to talk about knowledge during times of absolute ignorance. It is…

Gulf security

In light of the situation in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), talk about Gulf security is no longer a local topic, but has exceeded its boundaries to become a subject…

Is Kuwait Happy?

A few days ago, Kuwait Times published a survey from Bayt.com entitled ‘Top Cities in the Middle East and North Africa Survey 2015,’ which revealed that half of the people…

The death penalty scares me

Every time I read about a maid receiving a death sentence in court, I feel pain in my heart. It usually takes me some time to pretend that the decision…

Nations of morality, but morals are gone

It is for sure that others and I have read Shawqi’s poem hundreds of times, over tens of years, and mostly to brag about remembering it by heart, and iterate…

Being Arab

You cannot visit the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, without feeling overwhelmed by the Orient – the smell, music, colour, and diversity of this vast and…

The living dead

Though it has been over two years now since the blessed June 30, 2013 revolution took place in Egypt and its consequences of toppling Mohamed Morsi and the ruling Muslim…