Come Saturday

Three days more for the nation to decide. It’s a tough question for many. Talking to many of my friends and my neighbors, I...

Petty problems

Lately, I've noticed that since the past few years, corruption and petty bribery have become a way of life in Kuwait. We never experienced...

Stop Moaning

Hi guys. I haven’t written for some time. Sorry, but I’m fatigued because I’m not writing. I’m fatigued with the news and that’s why...

Amnesty…is it enough?

It was a great decision by Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah Al-Sabah to grant an amnesty to all illegal residents...

What a shame!

The National Assembly elections took place on Saturday in Kuwait despite the coronavirus and the rain. We...

Superb timing

What superb timing! The government has decided to implement the increase in electricity and water tariffs. They made the decision and agreed on it...

Not security, for heaven’s sake

Oh, at last - a light, said Columbus. At last the miracle happened and we wake up to the fact that our airport security...

A real conspiracy theory

The most bizarre news I heard recently was reports about organized attacks targeting women during New Year festivities in various cities in Germany. Honestly,...

Letters to Badriya

Madam, Thank you for your lovely article about expats. I grew up in Kuwait, went to school there and was in grade 10 when the...

In cold blood

What? That’s all? You couldn’t put the phone down and try to catch her hands and pull her to safety? This actually reflected against...

Chaos creates opportunities

It's a disgrace what happened in Paris. Killing innocent people anywhere in this world is a crime. It's a disgrace for humanity and these...

Nuclear issue

What a jinxed situation. It is so ironic and tragic that I've started believing that the dispute with the Philippines is jinxed. The minute...

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22nd January