ARABS and Muslims are very saddened by the death of King Abdullah. His death came at a critical time for the Middle East. Over the last few years the region has gone through multiple changes.
Whenever the word “refugee” is uttered, I think of my mother.
ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a tough cookie. For him, making enemies is as routine as eating a sandwich.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has trumpeted a new era of friendship with US President Barack Obama but experts say the Indian premier will be careful not to alienate traditional ally Russia or g
Feelings of hatred toward a group of people or nation usually stem from ignorance.
I congratulate my Indian friends on the occasion of their country’s republic day. I am from Pakistan.
It is so depressing to watch and read about deaths and injustices on a daily basis. Despite global efforts, the menace of terrorism does not appear to die down.
This is with reference to the article “Kingdom continues to be in safe hands” (Jan. 26) by Sabria S. Jawhar. It is difficult to express one’s feelings over the demise of King Abdullah.
When I was a medical student in the mid-1980s, I contracted malaria in Papua New Guinea. It was a miserable experience. My head ached. My temperature soared. I became anemic.
Only a few hours of assuming the throne, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman demonstrated the depth of his leadership, vision and his ability to make the right decisions.
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