Tahirul Qadri has once again ditched the people of Pakistan. This is the second time; he has backtracked on his “firm” commitment to deliver change in the country. I don’t blame him.
I feel irritated by various opinion articles rapping Ankara for its reluctance over Kobani. The article “Better late than never” (Oct. 24) by Linda Heard evoked similar feelings.
The report “South Sudan’s women suggest intimacy strike to end the war” (Oct.
This is with reference to the report “Hail public market ‘taken over’ by expats” (Oct. 24).
This refers to a very informative piece of article, “Memoirs of a Saudi Ph.D. student: Staying safe abroad.” (Arab News, Oct. 20) by Hatoon Kadi.
This refers to the unfortunate incident in the US where a Saudi scholarship student, Abdullah Alkadi, was brutally killed, and whose body was found more than a month after he had gone missing.
The manner in which the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government is running the show, it seems that by the end of its tenure India will change forever.
This is with reference to the article “How Iran will benefit from regional unrest” (Oct. 22) by Osama Al-Sharif. It was a good read. The writer has analyzed the situation very objectively.
I fully agree with the views expressed by Mohammad Fahad Al-Harthi “Silence of intellectuals and emergence of IS” (Oct. 22). The writer’s analysis is spot on.
I fail to understand as to why the entire world is blaming Turkey over the Kobani crisis. This is nothing but bullying.
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