Am I the only one who thinks that there are way too many upcoming series showing on Ramadan ? I’m at complete loss which one to follow. I also noted that many of them had almost the same actors just playing different roles, this creates even more confusion.
I’m starting to wonder if they are presenting a true-authentic drama or just commercial one. Back to the topic, which series will you watch and why? Personally, I’m favoring Sa’ad Al-Faraj Bu-Kareem and probably Saher El Lail 2.
A friend to our blog had sent us photos from Vanity Fair magazine (August 2011 issue) with a picture titled “The Kingdom and the Towers” showing King Abdullah, Prince Naif, Osama Bin Laden, Prince Bandar, and Prince Turki with a headline saying “Troubling Links”.
My comment: We will never buy a magazine that promotes such a false stereotyping, especially against Arabs and Saudi brothers.
Last week I conducted a poll to find out about the main causes for divorce in Kuwait. The reason behind this post was to identify the reasons behind the increasing divorce rates in Kuwait to help many families and newly weds understand and find solutions.
Below is the poll result, I tried to use a pie chart to help you get a clear picture:
We can notice that the main cause is Misunderstanding & Miscommunication (24%), I agree that understanding/Communication plays the most important role in life, imagine a football team or a captain along with his crew, both need to have successful communication to win.
The 2nd cause was Marital Infidelity/Cheating (23%); plain and simple, eveything that we do is based on loyalty and faith, if we lose faith in our partner then its almost impossible to go on especially with the pain that cheating causes.
As for the 3rd cause, came the Incompatibility (18%); It could be difference in education level, origins, ideology, relgious background. I believe its always better to take sometime evaluating the differences before we tie the knot.
I saw the latest statistics from Kuwaiti Ministry of Justice and it mentions that divorce rates in Kuwait continue to increase with over 27,500 divorce cases in 2010 alone and that’s 10% higher than 2009, so 62.9% get divorced from the new marriages, that’s the world’s highest !
Lawyers say that the main reasons behind the high number of divorces in Kuwait are incompatibility between couples and a lack of understanding of the common duties of marriage.
Divorce can cause depression, social problems such as bad image, financial issues, and can have major destructive effects on children. We wanted to identify the main reason of divorce in Kuwait for public benefit.
خلال رحلتي الاخيرة وصعودي للطائرة وانشغالي باستخدام جهازي الآي فون بالاضافة للكمبيوتر المحمول طلب مني المضيف اغلاقهم لأنهم يأثرون على الطائرة ولكنني لم آخذ كلامه على محمل الجد لأني قرأت دراسات سايقة بأن ليس لهم تأثير, ولكنني للتو اطلعت على دراسة جديدة تحذر من استخدامهم على الطائرة, ويقال ان جهاز البلاك بيري من اخطر الاجهزة المأثرة.ا
It seems the weather will be extremely humid today reaching 70% and even higher near coastal areas. I went for a a little walk early this morning and moments later I was drowning, literally ! I know humidity is good to reduce temperature, but I just can’t stand it and this is why I never go to Dubai on summer.
So what would you prefere: humidity ? Dust ? or sunny? :)
I read news about Kuwaiti government plan to ban fishing for two years due to over-fishing ! Today while visiting the fish market I noted the very high fish prices and I saw the huge nets the fishers use to catch the fishes, there were tiny dead fishes and many fishes with unlaid eggs too !
The public authority for agriculture and fish resources (PAAFR), large private companies and small independent fishermen agree that fish shortage is becoming a crisis but disagree over who is to blame. Personally I blame the lack of strict government laws to protect our marine environment.
I read news about Kuwait planning to build Nuclear power plants to generate electricity, and have reached an agreement with the Russian government for consultancy. Nuclear energy can be of a great use and can resolve Kuwait shortage in electricity, but the question “Are we ready for nuclear energy yet ?”.
Let’s also recall the recent Fukushima nuclear reactor tragedy in Japan, I believe using nuclear energy should not be taken lightly even for peaceful purposes.
We need scientists, adequate studies and plans for any emergencies.