February 25, 2014 Leave a Comment
إغنية وطنية جديدة إهداء من شعب الإمارات الى شعب الكويت
إعلانات صفحة أخيرة كاملة في جرايدنا اليومية
إستقبال المسافرين الكويتيين بعلب ككاو على علم الكويت لدى وصولهم لمطار دبي
…………………… Get your buz right here!
Here’s a youtube playlist of great patriotic Kuwaiti songs. I know it’s a lazy solution, but you’ll be amazed at how many people don’t have a playlist like this for today and tomorrow. So just open the video and hit “Play All”, and connect your phone or laptop to speakers. Just like that, you’ll have 30 great sings back to back nonstop.
Click the pic for a larger view. Pic credit: Dirar Al-Fedala.
On January 14, 1991, Asrar Al-Qabandi was murdered. She was shot five times — four bullets to her chest and the fifth bullet between her eyes, and her head sliced in two by an axe as her body dumped in front of her family’s home by the Iraqi’s. This was the fate of one of the braveset women of Kuwait… of the world. She saved hundreds of Kuwaiti’s during the Gulf War, and came back to Kuwait to save more lives even though she knew the Iraqi’s had found out what she had done. This woman has been dead exactly 19 years. And this is the least we can do in saluting the woman who had died saving lives.
Some of her other victories include smuggling weapons from Basra to Kuwait, money and more weapons from Saudi Arabia, single-handedly destroying the monitored telephones and communications set up by the Iraqis, providing targeted Kuwaitis with new ID’s to protect them from harm, providing foreign families with food and money, and taking care of 65 foreign hostages, risking a guaranteed execution.
Short film about the martyrs of Kuwait and significant moments in our country’s history. Aired on Al Watan TV, Al Rai TV and in all Cinescape movie theaters for the August 2nd memorial day.
February 16, 2014 Leave a Comment
This is NBK’s song for this year’s national celebrations of our independence and liberation days.
September 26, 2013 Leave a Comment
This picture will be part of the Oct. special edition of National Geographic magazine, celebrating its 125th anniversary. Off topic, the inventor of phones Alexander Graham Bill was one of the iconic magazine’s founders.
September 23, 2013 Leave a Comment
Nothing like a flashmob in Riyadh airport to celebrate Saudi Arabia’s National Day.
Credit to Q8Ping for posting the vid.
May 26, 2013 1 Comment
According to a study published by Al-Qabas, Female students were more likely to have stronger pride in Kuwait than students studying Islamic Studies for example. It also showed that freshmen and sophomores were also more likely to have a stronger national pride, than juniors and seniors.
What do you think of the study? Do you agree with it? I personally see a lot of sense in Islamic Studies’ students having less national pride. They call for a unified Islamic nation, so it makes sense for them to have less national geographical pride in individual countries.
Click [here] to check the details of the study.