February 19th, 2006 /
October 17th, 2018
Musallam al-Barrak saying that Kuwait was becoming an autocratic state, led to his arrest for insulting the emir and confirmed al-Barrak’s status as Kuwait’s most famous and audacious opposition figure.
Nada Faris made the conscious decision to write in English to reach a global audience, and to avoid risking the nuances of her work getting lost in translation. Her writings shifted her perspective on writing and empowered the audience with knowledge that would make them think, question and discuss.
By tracing Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah biography and political path, Kuwaiti politics can easily be predicted to continue internally and externally as it was under the late Emir.
"The heritage of knowledge is more valuable than gold."
Yahya ibn Abi Kathir (769-848)
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