Latest posts by Abdullatif AlOmar from April, 2008
Kuwait: Speeding Foreigners Unwelcome
A new traffic law which ejects foreign traffic violators from the country, is creating waves in Kuwait. While one blogger asks what the fuss is about when other countries have already implemented similar rules, another argues that the new clampdown is too strict.
Kuwait: Just Give Me My Espresso
With Kuwait still recovering from last week's storm, one blogger updates us with pictures of the damage left behind; another tells us about the trouble one has to go through to order a simple espresso while a third talks about bribes and elections in this week's round up by Abdullatif AlOmar.
Kuwait and April Fool's Day
April 1 ushers in a flurry of posts, which leave readers and bloggers alike thinking whether what they are reading is right or wrong. Abdullatif AlOmar shares some April Fool's Day posts from the Kuwaiti blogosphere.
Kuwait: Bloggers to Play Leading Role in Elections
It's already Summer in Kuwait, where temperatures peaked 42 degrees Celsius. But what's also heating up in the race to the Parliamentary elections, scheduled for May 17, writes Abdullatif AlOmar, who reviews Kuwaiti blogs.