Letters



Saudi-US relations

This is with reference to the article “King Salman’s visit to US — alliance or separation?” (Sept. 2) by Mohammed Fahad Al-Harthi.



Jeddah Eve teasing

This is with reference to the report “Three youths charged in girls’ harassment case” (Sept. 2). The video showing the unruly behavior of those young men had left me speechless.



Handle with care

This is with reference to the article “Turkey at a crossroads” (Sept. 2) by Stuart Williams. Within a very short span, Turkey emerged as a power country rapidly moving on the road to progress.



Leadership woes

I read with interest the article “Palestine’s leadership crisis” (Sept. 1) by Ramzy Baroud.



Corruption-free Lanka

This is with reference to the article “Lankans vote for stability” (Aug. 31) by Seema Sengupta.



Eradicating Daesh

The article “So much for red lines” (Sept. 1) by Eyad Abu Shakra was a good read. The writer has nicely exposed the hypocrisy of the international community.



Dug up roads

This is with reference to the report “Three agencies damaging city roads, concludes study” (Sept. 1). I do agree with the findings of the study.



Wasted talent

This is with reference to the report “Restrictions force Ph.D. student to abandon studies, become cabbie” (Aug. 31). It is really sad to note that the young man failed to complete his higher studies.



Power politics

I read with interest the article “Justice done to death” (Aug. 31) by Neil Berry. I have started to believe that laws are meant only to rein in the masses worldwide.



The Syrian conundrum

This is with reference to the article “Ousting Assad must to defeat Daesh” (Aug. 31) by Hassan Barari.

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