Has IS disappeared?

The caliphate of the Islamic State (IS) has ended. This was the most mentioned topic on social media last week, after an announcement by...

Abuse of expat women

When Kuwaiti citizens fall victim to abuse, they can find many ears to hear their plight at the police station, and if not, at...

The need for a unified Gulf army

Muna Al-Fuzai Two summits of the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and leaders of Arab countries and...

Fashionistas in Kuwait

A fashionista is a person who is devoted to fashionable clothing, particularly unique or high fashion. This concept has entered Kuwaiti society only recently....

Traffic lights

Child begging goes against the reputation of our country, and this practice cannot be justified under any circumstances. The state's social aid and charity...

Congratulations to Kuwaiti students, and welcome!

Lawrence Silverman US Ambassador to Kuwait To all students in Kuwait who have officially received Ministry of Education scholarships...

Distance learning

Muna Al-Fuzai By Muna Al-Fuzai With schools and colleges closing or moving classes online to...

My Loulwah

Up until that day, I believed that I had endured my share of pain for this lifetime, and that what I had overcome had...

Hijab in Playboy

Some see the hijab that covers the hair as a symbol of modesty and chastity that distinguishes Muslim women from other women. Conversely, they...

Pandemic Diaries: 10 good things to think about today

By Jamie Etheridge Some days it is necessary to look past the negative and...

Violence against women

Muna Al-Fuzai The phenomenon of domestic violence is not new to our societies, but it has become widespread....

Sexual harassment

Muna Al-Fuzai Sexual harassment was often considered a taboo that should not be talked about, and people did...

E Paper

19th January