Arab Times Interview
My interview with Arab Times Kuwait has been published in today’s [27th June,2011] edition of the paper. This is the article:
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I feel pity on Arab Times!
what makes you different than any other 1000s of bloggers? or at least any other top 100 bloggers in Kuwait such as 248am, desertgirl, 4thrngroad etc???
only difference i can see is you may be know to the stupid fellow Sajad who is an Arab times staff!
I really wonder how arab times gives one full page to this fellow sajad who dont have any sense of selecting the profile of people who can be included in insight. even the local site indiansinkuwiat is doing a good job by selecting valuable people for interviewing. in Insight, that fellow is selecting any tom dick and harry to writ in full page! feeling pity on arab times!
@Haryp2009,,,no offence but this is entirely your opinion,,,i think DA is doing a great job and he deserves being appreciated- y not other bloggers in place of DA,,well that u need to ask the reporter or other bloggers- btw the wierdest thing is that u visited this blog in order to comment, are u being paid by some rival newsaper??? or some other blogger ??
Hi. Greetings from Puerto Rico. I read the interview and liked it. Your advice regarding commercialism was right on the spot. It’s good to know people who blog and are conscious. Great job.
Eid Mubarak and Happy New Year to Kuwait!
By the way – do you know who was drinking tea in his Arab Times office with Sulaiman Al-Jarallah then recommended he and his brother immediately start ‘Arab Times Online’ with a ‘website’ to publish their news? They did it of course but no box of chocolates or bouquet of flowers were ever received lol. Clue? It was a British Muslim Expat who previously reported in English for ‘Kuwait Times’ on Economics, Politics and Business from Kuwait Parliament during 2001-2002. Any idea? Yes, me. I progressed to3 years ‘Head of English’ (Masoola) at the magnificent Grand Mosque with the Ministry of Awqaf & Islamic Issues. Currently I am in Britain. I returned last year, 2010, to receive urgent Specialist Medical Treatment for a Sand-Fly ‘sting’ that causes painful chronic circumferential ulceration of a lower-leg. Smaller than a mosquito, the female Sand-Fly carries a Parasite that enters through the stinging action. In the leg, it is curable thank God. If stung on one’s torso it goes straight to the liver and spleen causing death. If stung on the head or face, it develops a brown crusty growth inwards and outwards, thus fatal also, beware!
Well, back to my first line. . . Happy New Year All !
Congratulation DA.You have achieved what most people wish for in blogging.I hope you continue this journey throughout.I feel in the Article they should have included your bogging name too.Well congrats again and best wishes for future.