Letters



Passengers’ woes

Passengers going to or coming from India are faced with a major problem these days. Due to various incidents, they are no longer sure whether or not their luggage would remain safe.



No mercy

I read with great interest the article “No mercy for terrorists” (Oct. 28) by Linda S. Heard.



AIIB — welcome news

According to media reports, 25 countries have signed to develop Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) with its headquarters in Beijing.



Importance of expat workers

This is with reference to the article “Expat-friendly policies must for progress” (Oct. 26) by Sabria S. Jawhar. I fully agree with the views expressed by the writer.



In search of a Whitlam

I found the article “A giant among Australians” (Oct. 29) by Mahir Ali very informative. Truth be told, it was the first time ever in my life that I came to know about such a great politician.



Population control

This is with reference to the report “Population control steps: No consensus in Shoura” (Oct. 29). It is heartening to note that the issue of population control is being discussed in the Kingdom.



Abu Sayyaf — gang of criminals

The article “Abu Sayyaf’s kidnapping spree” (Oct. 29) left me deeply sad. These groups who claim to be representing Islam are only bringing a bad name to our religion.



Indian Muslims puzzle westerners

This is with reference to the article “Who’s afraid of India’s meek Muslims?” (Oct. 24) by Aijaz Zaka Syed.



Pak-Afghan ties

As most of the western forces are gradually pulling out of Afghanistan, the chances of a Taleban resurrection are growing.



Little to worry

The article “No need to panic over IMF warning” (Oct. 28) by Abdel Aziz Aluwaisheg should be taken very seriously. The writer is correct in his analysis of the situation.

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