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I can’t live without a phone

Guys I feel awful. I’m lost. I’m disorientated. I cannot think. I reached the newspaper to write an article but my head was clouded. Something is wrong. You know what?……

Coeducation in Kuwait

The ban on coeducation in Kuwait is still a controversial topic amongst young people in Kuwait. The most important question is why? To prevent sin, I guess. So, regardless of…

Islam-destroying Islam!

Reviewing the world map and following up on the amount of destruction and bloodshed worldwide, one can easily notice that unlike other countries enjoying peace, development and respect of humanity…

Enough about subsidy cuts!

I am not an economic expert, nor a political analyst, yet I remain a Kuwaiti citizen who lives in Kuwait and has my constitutional rights, and here starts the dialogue…

Don’t Rush To Judge

Two MPs have filed to grill Health Minister Dr Ali Al-Obaidi over a variety of allegations. While filing interpellation motions is the right of lawmakers, one has to look at…

Fighting the culture of hate

UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon’s call to fully respect the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (CPPCG) on the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity…

500 Dinars

A handsome, nice-looking man once stood boasting before Socrates, who told him to ‘speak so that he could see him’, which indicates that a man’s true essence lies in the…

How to handle harassment at work

Office politics are not always pleasant and can be very stressful at times, especially when sexual, emotional or physical abuse is involved. Thankfully, the law has put regulations, restrictions and…

The social consequences of inequality

There is a slowly growing social resistance to neoliberalism across the world. I could sense it as I have seen – and read about – it. Not only have we…

Trump vs Islam!

United States presidential candidate and billionaire Donald Trump has urged the US to prevent Muslims from entering the United States. This remark has sparked a controversy – with a huge…

Cops Robbing Expats

If you can’t trust a policeman, you can’t trust anyone. So when a bad cop breaks the rules, he must be punished severely, because his illegal act damages public trust…

IS ‘on which sun never sets’

The British Empire was once known as the one ‘on which the sun never sets’, because it dominated so many lands from the far east to the far west. I…