Letters



The future of India

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.



Middle East on the brink

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.



Silent intelligentsia

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.



Stop bullying nations

I fail to understand as to why the entire world is blaming Turkey over the Kobani crisis. This is nothing but bullying.



Paranoid delusions

Paranoid schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder wherein a person looks quite normal but loses touch with the reality around him/her.



In the garb of doctors

I read with interest the article “Surcharges on surgery!” (Oct.18) by Bikram Vohra. I found the article very informative.



No reason to rejoice

This is with reference to the report “Nigeria Ebola free: WHO” (Oct. 21).



Israeli role in the Mideast crisis

The article by Ramzy Baroud “British role continues to haunt Palestinians” (Oct. 21) was very nice. It is true that British should do more for the resolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict.



Power of vote

The article “Democracy under threat in Pakistan” (Oct. 20) by Muhammad Waqas was really funny. These writers try to portray democracy as the only source of salvation.



Audacity of hope

I am surprised to read the report “Arabs from Israel risk arrest for ‘Arab Idol’ show” (Oct. 19).

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