New international pizzas from Pizza Hut

It looks like Burger King isn’t the only one coming with with new International flavors.

Pizza Hut is introducing 5 new pizzas, each from a different region of the world. You’ve got Italian, American, French, Mexican, and Indian. I haven’t tried them yet, but I’ve got my eyes on the Italian and the American ones.

It’s good to see new stuff from Pizza Hut come out regularly, like their pasta\pizza combo. I highly recommend you join them on their Facebook page to get the latest offers and promotions.


You can never get bored with Al-Watan newspaper

I have to admit something. I don’t get Al-Watan newspaper at home, for many many reasons excluding its’ owner’s reputation. But I still check it out everyday online. And it never ceases to amaze me how it dramatically embellish headlines.

This is a perfect example. We are all over the moon with 3eed being finally here, BUt here is Al-Watan twisting its dramatic spice into current events.

It’s still a very enjoyable newspaper, especially with its ads.

British Petroleum, it’s not our fault

According to BP, it wasn’t their fault.

An older related posts is here.

Obama AND Angelina Jolie against burning of Quran

It’s not just Angelina Jolie who is against the proposed burning of the Holy Quran, even though she’s more important in terms of public opinion.

President Obama definitely  is totally against it, as is a lot of the world. Groups from different religions, none the less, are also against the stupid act of burning the Holy Quran on the 9th anniversary of 9\11. President Obama has requested that the pastor of the Florida church initializing the burning, via Good Morning America, to “listen to those better angels”.

What did the pastor think of what reaction him day of burning the Quran would bring?

Muslims are, in large, an ignorant people. If you burn the Holy Quran, they will have no option but to retaliate. For us, Islam is the 3rd and FINAL Abrahamic Religion. The amount of violent reaction expected would over way whatever  good he thought the burning would bring.

And I have to add a personal note, NOT ALL MUSLIMS ARE TERRORISTS. Actually, the majority of us are peaceful and all for peaceful negotiation of sensitive issues. I am sick of repeating this phrase. And, for God’s sake, the Holy Quran, is OFF LIMITS.

Anyways, I am proud to say that the event lead by a Florida church has been CANCELLED.

Arid w agool, America lil7een eb5air, thank god.

Mo 5oosh 5abar lilriyatha elkwaitiya

The governemnt just announced The Youth & Sport authority’s new members, and it appears that it came as a hell of a  shock to the people on the sports scene.

These are some of the opinions, and are mostly negative. This is Al-Jareeda link, and this is Al-Qabas’ link.

Older related posts are here and here.

Sheikh Naser Al-Mohammad’s interview on Kuwait TV

Our Prime Minister, Sh. Nasser, went on Kuwait TV and made his first ever public interview.

  • This interview is very important; because it’s one of the few times that a PM does a public interview in Kuwait, and because it gives Sh. Nasser a clear chance to explain his point of view directly to Kuwaitis.
  • The public opinion of Sh. Nasser is that he’s weak and is easily steered and guided away, that he tends to revert to courts to deal with his opposers rather than face their accusations, and that he doesn’t have the capabilities to run the government. All of these have all added to Kuwaitis’ frustration with Sh. Nasser, and to doubt his ability to run the government in these sensitive times.
  • In his interview, he managed to erase a lot of these negative opinions of him.
  • Whether you agree or not with Sh. Nasser; you can’t neglect the confidence he showed, the respectful and strong opinions he had about the constitution and democracy, or his clear intelligence.
  • Have a look at a few articles and editorials I picked up from the local papers this morning to get a feeling of how strong the political arena is reacting to Sh. Nasser’s interview.

Good luck Sh. Nasser, and  thank you for your interview. You have once again proved that Kuwait is truly ahead of others in our region. We can all be proud that we still have an open, free, and safe country; in which can question anyone without fear.

You can watch part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4 of his interview.

Previous posts about Sh. Nasser are here, here, here, here, and here.

Bahrain Terrorist group caught

I have a Bahraini friend whom has bombarded me with BB messages all Ramadan long, to keep Bahrain safe. The messages got a bit old and more annoying with time. I mean, I love Bahrain and all, but come on. Too much is too much.

Well, I am sad to say that I was wrong and that she actually had a point. There was a terrorist group plotting bad things against Bahrain. Check Al-Jareeda for more details, that’s why everyone there was getting very patriotic. All that said, I have to state that I didn’t like how they stated that folan was eductaed 3ala 7sab eldawla, wala enah 3ellan took a loan for BD 450, they are citizens after all, Bahrain should do that for its citizens.

Allah ey7afeth elBa7rain wil Kuwait killihum.

Update on cargo plane crashing in Dubai

This is an update to my earlier post about a UPS cargo plane crashing in Dubai 7 hours ago. Here are some updates:

  • There was a fire onboard the aircraft before it crashed.
  • The 2 pilots were killed in the crash.
  • The pilots tried to land the plane twice before it crashed.
  • Airport officials divert the plane to an abandoned government land (military base), after the plane failed to land at the airport.
  • The plane crashed an hour after its takeoff.
  • The plane first crashed into an empty parking lot, then it briefly took off again, and finally crash.
  • No ground casualties were reported.
  • This is UPS’ first fatal crash in its history.