Opinion



Islamic scholars must educate the masses

This is with reference to the report “Islamic scholars draw out plan to combat polio” (Feb. 28). It is an interesting and timely development.



Unnecessary US interference

After the dismemberment of the Soviet Union, who would have thought that within the quarter of a century, Russia will once again start giving the United States a tough time.



Bleak future stares at Afghanistan

It’s time for the authors of the 2001 Afghan invasion to eat crow as their pyrrhic victory is turning into humiliating defeat after a 13-year battle that sent home 1,788 Americans in boxes an



2014 vote and the third alternative

Western journalists love to describe it as the greatest show on earth — and with good reason.



US needs to address Arab world’s concerns

AS the president of the most powerful nation in the Euro-American world meets with the king of the most influential nation in the Arab world, on an official visit slated for late next month, we are re



Editorial: West should support Ukrainian reforms

None of the multifaceted challenges embodied in Ukraine seems open to an easy solution.



Editorial: An environmental dilemma

MOST people in the world these days live in towns or cities. They have forgotten that one of the concerns of country-dwellers is attacks by wild animals.



Disputing the bitter legacy of Baruch Goldstein

Twenty years ago, on Feb. 25, 1994 the American Jewish settler, Dr. Baruch Goldstein, burst into the Ibrahimi mosque in the West Bank city of Hebron, bent on a deadly mission.



Lack of child care tells on Saudi scholarship couples

It's no secret that Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques scholarship program has revolutionized the trend of education among young Saudis.

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