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About Faten
Faten Omar is a freelance journalist, works for several Arabic and English news agencies.Currently, she works for Xinhua, Chinese news agency. Previously she was a reporter at Kuwait-based daily English newspaper Kuwait Times, daily Arabic newspaper Al-Kuwaityah, senior editor at Al-Mustagbal newspaper, local news-editor at Araa an online newspaper, translator for ****** and ****** blogs, editor at Al-Madenah the online newspaper based in Jordan, PR at Al-Hajes Co, and she was a freelance journalist for many online newspapers based in Jordan. She graduated from Petra University in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in Media And Journalism and received a master's degree in Media from the Middle East University (Jordan) in 2012.
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Special Forces Championship: Revolutionizing youth sports

28 Mar 2024  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Special Forces Championship in Kuwait, initiated by Ahmad Dashti and Khaled Murad, aims to revolutionize youth sports by integrating unconventional military sports skills and recycling unused equipment. The initiative, supported by the Ministry of Interior and held at Nasser Saud Al-Sabah School, focuses on enhancing physical fitness, teamwork, and competition among young students. The championship, which includes safe shooting and climbing techniques, seeks to engage students disinterested in traditional sports and promote essential life skills. The organizers hope for annual events and broader participation, including girls' schools.

A guide to healthier eating in Ramadan

17 Mar 2024  |  kuwaittimes.com
During Ramadan, the consumption of oriental sweets often leads to weight gain. Nutrition expert Abdullah Al-Mesbah offers a guide to healthier eating, emphasizing moderation and healthier alternatives. He provides calorie counts for popular sweets like luqaymat, qatayef, jelly, creme caramel, kunafa, and basbousa, recommending balanced nutrition and moderate portions. Mesbah suggests using sweeteners and low-fat ingredients to reduce calorie intake while still enjoying traditional treats.

Exploring concept of ‘situationships’

21 Dec 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The article explores the evolving concept of 'situationships' among Generation Z, highlighting a shift from traditional relationship structures to more flexible and open-ended dynamics. It presents varying perspectives from individuals like Hatan Fatafta, who supports the concept, and Aliya Hammadi, who criticizes it for lacking depth and diverging from traditional values. Issam Hamzawi praises Gen Z's authenticity and self-confidence, while Sama Nabeel introduces new dating terms created by her generation. The discussion reflects broader cultural changes and the interplay between tradition and modernity.

Mirzaam returns for 4th edition

12 Dec 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Mirzaam, Kuwait's largest decor and interior design expo, returned for its fourth edition at Kuwait International Fairgrounds, featuring over 300 pavilions in 30 categories. Founder Farah Al-Humaidhi announced a five-year plan for regional expansion and emphasized the event's commitment to sustainability, aligning with Kuwait's 2035 vision. The expo showcases prominent local and international names, offering a platform for industry trends and market insights. Visitors can win valuable prizes, including a Volvo car. The Kuwait Red Crescent Society is participating to raise donations for Gaza, highlighting the event's humanitarian aspect. Upcoming expos were also announced for 2024.

Kuwait, Hungary promote economic, diplomatic ties

22 Nov 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Hungarian Ambassador to Kuwait Andras Szabo emphasized the strong diplomatic and economic ties between Hungary and Kuwait, highlighting historical connections and future prospects. Discussions with HH the Crown Prince Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah focused on bilateral relations, with plans for new agreements in cybersecurity and information technology. Szabo encouraged Kuwaiti investments in Hungary, particularly in real estate, and mentioned a new 'golden visa' law. He also highlighted the importance of reinstating direct flights and the European Union's decision to grant 5-year entry visas to Kuwaiti citizens. The ambassador underscored Hungary's educational opportunities, cultural richness, and commitment to rekindling relations.

Embassies, restaurants, shops express solidarity with Palestinians

30 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Several shops, restaurants, and embassies in Kuwait joined a global strike in solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza, driven by social media activism under the hashtag #strikeforgaza. Participants like Ahmed Abdel Razzaq and Mona Saeed emphasized the campaign's potential to disrupt normal life and economic activities, aiming to pressure governments to act against the ongoing aggression. Hussein Badawi highlighted the strike's message against the long-standing violence and displacement since 1948. The article underscores the severe humanitarian crisis in Gaza, with over 18,000 casualties, mostly children and women, and calls for urgent international intervention.

Turkish envoy applauds Kuwait’s humanitarian efforts for Gazans

29 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
On the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Turkey, Turkish Ambassador Tuba Nur Sonmez praised Kuwait's humanitarian efforts for Palestinians and emphasized the strong diplomatic relations between Turkey and Kuwait. She highlighted the importance of addressing the root causes of the Gaza conflict and noted the upcoming 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The ambassador also mentioned the growing bilateral trade, including Kuwait's purchase of Turkish Bayraktar TB2 combat drones, and the strong cultural and economic ties that continue to deepen.

Symposium highlights ‘Belt and Road’ initiative, widens horizons

16 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Embassy of China to Kuwait organized a symposium to discuss the 'Belt and Road' initiative and its role in fostering a community with a shared future for mankind. Liu Xiang, the Chinese Embassy’s Charge d'Affaires, highlighted the initiative's success in signing cooperative documents with over 150 countries and 30 international organizations, and its positive reception in Arab countries, particularly Kuwait. He noted China's strategic partnership with Kuwait, mentioning the significant bilateral trade and investment between the two nations. Khaled Mahdi, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Planning & Development of Kuwait, emphasized the strong Chinese-Kuwaiti relations and Kuwait's commitment to the initiative, which aligns with Kuwait Vision 2035. The symposium underscored the initiative's foundation on mutual benefit and the importance of cultural diplomacy.

Kuwaiti protesters rally in solidarity with Palestinians

15 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Kuwait's Irada Square to mark the 100th day since Hamas' 'Al-Aqsa Flood' operation, condemning the ongoing conflict in Gaza and Palestine. MP Hassan Jowhar highlighted the success of the resistance and the growing culture of boycott among Arabs and Muslims. He warned against internal conflicts within Arab nations and emphasized the need for joint political action. Lawyer Ahmed Al-Hammadi called for Kuwaiti legal support in international courts, while Lulwa Al-Mulla of the Women's Cultural and Social Society decried the genocide in Gaza and urged global action. The event underscored solidarity with Palestine and called for an end to the bloodshed.

BNK Motion rider Alexander Qabazard wins Qatar MotoGP 2024 support race

07 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Alexander Qabazard secured first place in the Qatar Superstock Championship, a support race for the MotoGP season opener, showcasing his racing skills against 21 international competitors. Sponsored by Bader Nasser Al-Kharafi and racing under BNK Motion as an endorsed Aprilia rider, Qabazard expressed deep gratitude towards his mentor Khaled Al-Mudhaf and his supportive team. Despite limited support from government entities, the investment from BNK Motion was pivotal in his success. Qabazard dedicated his victory to BNK Motion and aims to continue representing them on a global scale.

Envoy underscores the significance of Ramadan traditions

05 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Assistant Secretary of State for Asian Affairs, Ambassador Samih Hayat, hosted a Ramadan Ghabga attended by officials and heads of diplomatic missions from Asian countries. He highlighted the importance of introducing Kuwaiti Ramadan traditions to the diplomats, reflecting the country's rich cultural heritage and fostering informal interactions among the diplomatic community.

Kuwait eyes renewable energy

03 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Delegation of the European Union to Kuwait, in collaboration with the General Secretariat of the Supreme Council for Planning and Development (SCPD) and the International Labor Organization (ILO), hosted an event focused on promoting a just transition to address climate change. The event underscored Kuwait's commitment to renewable energy projects and social protection, with key figures emphasizing the importance of collaborative efforts and public awareness. The European Union expressed readiness to support Kuwait in achieving sustainable development goals, highlighting the significance of human rights and social justice in the transition process.

Workshop discusses ways to strengthen transparency and integrity in journalism

03 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Ministry of Information, in collaboration with the Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha), held a workshop focused on enhancing media integrity and professionalism in journalism. Key speakers, including Saad Nafel Al-Azmi and Abrar Al-Hammad, emphasized the importance of transparency, integrity, and the media's role in combating corruption. The workshop highlighted the need for accurate reporting, the challenges of investigative journalism, and the impact of artificial intelligence on journalistic integrity.

Embassy hosts Korean cooking show to bridge food and cultures

02 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Kuwait hosted a Korean cooking class in collaboration with the Han-Ku Cultural Diwaniya, emphasizing cultural exchange and culinary expertise. South Korean Ambassador Chung Byung-ha highlighted the growing interest in Korean cuisine and the role of Korean dramas in global cultural trends. The event also underscored the importance of food diplomacy, with increasing imports of Korean food and the establishment of smart farms in Kuwait. The cooking class, led by chef Junhyuck Lee, featured iconic Korean dishes and marked a significant moment in the cultural exchange between Kuwait and Korea.

Info minister defends draft media regulation law, welcomes remarks

02 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Information Minister Abdulrahman Al-Mutairi defended a new draft information law aimed at regulating Kuwait's media industry, emphasizing that penalties will be personal and not affect editors-in-chief or lead to publication closures. The draft law, which includes nine chapters and 104 articles, is in its third phase, inviting feedback from media professionals. Key provisions include penalties for abusing the Almighty, offending the Amir, and calling for government overthrow, with fines and prison terms specified. The draft also addresses social media advertisements and media licenses. Media professionals called for greater media freedom, support for Kuwaiti art, and the protection of information accuracy and copyright.

Kuwait ranked 18th in World Wealth Report

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly increased the number of millionaires globally, with Kuwait seeing a 6.1 percent rise in individuals with a net worth of one million dollars or more in 2021. Kuwait is ranked 18th globally in the World Wealth Report 2023 by the World of Statistics. Economic expert Mohammad Ramadan attributes this surge to rising asset prices, reduced expenses during the pandemic, and stimulus packages. However, the pandemic has also widened economic disparities, with the middle class becoming poorer while the upper class grew wealthier. This trend is observed globally, with stock markets rebounding and new entrepreneurial opportunities arising from economic disruptions.

Kuwait and Hungary to seal investment protection deal

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Hungary is set to sign an investment protection agreement with Kuwait, marking a significant step in their economic diplomacy and celebrating 60 years of diplomatic relations. Hungarian Deputy Minister of Defense Tamás Vargha highlighted Hungary's strategic location, robust automotive industry, and business-friendly environment as key attractions for Kuwaiti investors. Bilateral trade between the two countries has reached €30 million, with further agreements on investment protection and double taxation planned. Hungary also offers scholarships to Kuwaiti students and supports Kuwait's inclusion in the Schengen visa waiver program to boost tourism and cultural exchanges.

Morocco seeks to advance ties with Kuwait to higher levels

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Embassy of Morocco in Kuwait celebrated the 24th anniversary of King Mohammed VI's ascension to the throne, with Moroccan Ambassador Ali Ibn Issa highlighting Morocco's strategic vision for industrial development and strong bilateral relations with Kuwait. The ambassador emphasized the historical economic cooperation through the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development and recent advancements in education, sports, and culture. Upcoming economic and cultural events aim to further enhance ties, supported by Kuwaiti investments in Moroccan infrastructure. British Ambassador Belinda Lewis also noted the strengthening of Kuwaiti-British relations, with upcoming meetings and recent high-level visits underscoring mutual interests.

Kuwait develops strategic plan for promoting dressage growth

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Kuwait is actively promoting the growth of dressage, a sport deeply rooted in its equestrian heritage. The Kuwait National Dressage Committee, led by Fajer Al-Sabah, is working to elevate the sport, which was officially recognized in 2022. Despite its nascent stage, dressage in Kuwait is rapidly advancing, with increasing participation and success in international competitions. The committee has secured approval for FEI programs and is collaborating with European trainers to enhance the sport. Amber Heyer, a top dressage trainer, has developed a strategic plan emphasizing the importance of dressage for rider safety and skill development.

Some Kuwaitis want premarital test expanded

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
There is a growing call among Kuwaiti citizens to expand premarital tests to include assessments related to drug use, reproductive health, and psychological well-being. Advocates argue that these tests can help couples make informed decisions, prevent future divorces, and ensure long-term compatibility. Some citizens emphasize the need for legislation mandating these tests before marriage to avoid potential family issues.

NBK conducts social media class for KT Summer Program

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) conducted an interactive class for the Kuwait Times Summer Program, focusing on the importance of social media in modern business strategies. Farah Bastaki, NBK's Digital Communications Manager, highlighted the significant impact of social media on brand visibility and customer engagement. She provided statistics on social media usage in Kuwait and detailed NBK's presence across various platforms, including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, TikTok, Snapchat, and YouTube. The class aimed to educate participants on mastering social media for business growth.

How technology is transforming Kuwait’s dental care paradigm

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
During the COVID-19 pandemic, technology significantly transformed Kuwait's dental industry, enabling remote patient care and minimizing in-person visits. Orthodontist Dr Mubarak Al-Saeed highlighted the successful adoption of digital dentistry, including virtual appointments and the use of 3D imaging, intraoral scanners, and AI. Despite initial skepticism, these technologies have enhanced treatment precision and patient experience. The shift towards digital tools has become integral to dental practices, offering flexibility and efficiency. Dr Saeed encourages fellow practitioners to embrace technological advancements to thrive in the evolving field.

Embassy marks ’versary of founding of People’s Republic of China

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Chinese Embassy in Kuwait celebrated the 74th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China with a reception at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Minister Mohammad Al-Aiban announced significant agreements to be signed during the Crown Prince's visit to China for the 2023 Asian Games. Chinese Ambassador Zhang Jianwei highlighted the strong trade relations, ongoing projects, and cultural exchanges between the two nations. The event also marked the 10th anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative and the 5th anniversary of the China-Kuwait strategic partnership, emphasizing continued cooperation and development.

Kuwait committed to oil

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Kuwait's Minister of Oil, Dr. Saad Al-Barrak, reaffirmed the country's commitment to developing the Al-Durra field and the broader oil industry, despite climate change challenges. At the 2040 Strategic Directions and 2050 Energy Transition Conference, he outlined Kuwait's roadmap to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 while emphasizing the need to diversify income sources. KPC CEO Sheikh Nawaf Al-Sabah discussed capital projects aimed at generating significant revenue and maintaining market share. The article also highlights Kuwait's strategic investments in energy transition and oil sector development, including initiatives for carbon capture and enhanced oil recovery.

Almufaddal offers finest collection of diamonds and gemstones

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Al-Mufaddal Al-Dahabi Al-Kuwait Jewelry Co, a prestigious gold shop in Kuwait, offers an exquisite collection of meticulously handcrafted designs. Managed by Hozefa Fauji, the store showcases a curated collection of diamonds and precious gemstones, primarily sourced from India. The shop provides unique, customizable pieces, reflecting modern and trendy European designs. Fauji emphasizes the store's commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, with customization options available both locally and in India.

Iranian ambassador: Terrorism has no religious, national boundaries

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The Iranian Embassy in Kuwait condemned a terrorist attack in Kerman, Iran, which resulted in numerous casualties. Iranian Ambassador Mohammad Totonji emphasized that terrorism transcends religious and national boundaries, calling for unified international efforts to combat it. Various ambassadors, including those from Kuwait, the EU, Germany, the Vatican, Turkey, and Indonesia, expressed their condolences and condemned the attack, highlighting the need for global cooperation against terrorism.

German Embassy promotes cultural exchange

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The German Embassy in Kuwait hosted an iftar gathering to promote cultural exchange and celebrate 60 years of diplomatic relations between Kuwait and Germany. German Ambassador Hans-Christian Freiherr von Reibnitz highlighted the longstanding economic, cultural, and scientific ties between the two nations, emphasizing shared interests such as automotive enthusiasm and animal breeding. He also discussed future cooperation in addressing global challenges like climate change and water scarcity. The embassy plans to host events for German companies in Kuwait and increase engagement with local communities. Amidst the Gaza conflict, Germany has significantly increased its humanitarian aid to the Palestinian territories, positioning itself as the largest donor.

Japan, GCC strengthen ties, boost trade links

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Japan and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are enhancing their cooperation, focusing on trade and energy security. Japanese Ambassador to Kuwait Yasunari Morino emphasized Japan's commitment to a 'Free and Open Indo-Pacific' and its role in regional stability. Japan aims to collaborate with GCC members, particularly Kuwait, in transitioning to renewable energy, with Japan targeting zero carbon emissions by 2050 and Kuwait by 2060. A recent forum discussed future fuels and carbon capture, highlighting the deep economic ties between Japan and Kuwait. Additionally, tourism between the two regions is growing, with increasing interest from Kuwaiti travelers.

Bzaaarz: A transformative software platform empowers entrepreneurs

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Bzaaarz is a transformative software platform designed to empower entrepreneurs and marketers by providing a range of services across various technology domains. Founded by Mohammad Al-Mutawa during the COVID-19 pandemic, the platform allows individuals to start businesses without initial capital investment. Bzaaarz offers three packages for marketers, diverse product categories, and a supportive community. The platform collaborates with educational institutions and hosts events to promote entrepreneurial skills. Bzaaarz aims to provide financial freedom and business opportunities to all segments of society, including youth, females, and the elderly.

Expert underlines impacts of invasive species in the region

01 Oct 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
A recent scientific paper in BioScience journal reveals the significant economic and environmental impacts of invasive species, with costs exceeding $2 trillion globally since the 1970s. Dr. Danish Ali Ahmed from Gulf University for Science and Technology emphasizes the severe effects of invasive species in the Arabian Gulf, including the red palm weevil and water hyacinth. He advocates for stringent border controls, public awareness, and regional collaboration to mitigate these impacts. The InvaCost database, which standardizes global cost data on invasive species, has been instrumental in shaping policies and raising awareness about the economic burdens of biological invasions.

Kuwait population equation shifting

30 Sep 2023  |  kuwaittimes
Kuwait is experiencing a demographic shift with a declining annual growth rate of its population, from 3.3 percent in 2011 to 1.8 percent in 2021. The National Bank of Kuwait reports a 4.8 percent increase in citizens aged 64 and above. Factors contributing to this trend include low fertility rates, reduced interest in marriage, and a rise in early divorce cases. Young Kuwaitis, such as Nasser Al-Ahmad and Zainb Al-Qallaf, cite personal ambitions, financial stability, and the challenge of finding suitable partners as reasons for postponing marriage. Sociology Professor Abdulaziz Al-Jairan attributes the change to shifting societal norms and the pursuit of alternative lifestyles. The youth demographic is declining, while the elderly population is increasing, indicating a future imbalance in the population composition.

German Ambassador visits Kuwait Times on anniversary

24 Sep 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
German Ambassador to Kuwait Hans-Christian Freiherr von Reibnitz visited Kuwait Times and Kuwait News office, engaging in discussions on Kuwaiti-German partnerships and economic ties. Accompanied by Zena Nseir, the ambassador toured various departments, guided by Jana Alnaqeeb, and discussed the Schengen visa's role in facilitating travel and business exchanges. The visit concluded with the ambassador congratulating Kuwait Times on its 62nd anniversary.

Student unions protest over cancellation of coed classes

18 Sep 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Student unions at Kuwait University protested the administration's decision to cancel coeducation classes, arguing it contradicts the constitution and court rulings. Dr. Ibrahim Al-Hamoud and Dr. Sheikha Al-Jassem criticized the decision for lacking logic and authority, while students expressed concerns over delayed graduation and scholarship eligibility. The Faculty Association emphasized the need for quality education and timely graduation, and the National Assembly's actions were questioned in terms of legitimacy and tradition.

US Embassy marks Patriot Day on 9/11

11 Sep 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
The US Embassy in Kuwait commemorated Patriot Day with a ceremony at Camp Arifjan, attended by various dignitaries. Chargé d'Affaires James Holtsnider emphasized the importance of remembering the victims of 9/11 and praised the bravery of first responders. He highlighted Kuwait's role in joint anti-terrorism efforts and the focus on cybersecurity collaboration in 2023. British Ambassador Belinda Lewis lauded the recent visit of Kuwait's Crown Prince to the UK, which strengthened bilateral relations and led to an investment partnership agreement. Discussions also covered trade, education, technology, and renewable energy.

Turkish Embassy marks anniversary of Victory Day

31 Aug 2023  |  kuwaittimes
The Turkish Embassy in Kuwait commemorated the 101st anniversary of Victory Day, with the presence of diplomats, military attaches, and dignitaries. Brig Gen Muhammad Al-Jassar lauded the defense relations between Kuwait and Turkey, highlighting the effectiveness of Turkish Bayraktar TB2 drones. Turkish Ambassador Tuba Nur Sonmez reflected on the historical significance of the victory in 1922 and Turkey's military advancements under President Erdogan's leadership. She also noted the exemplary bilateral relations with Kuwait, including a recent purchase of TB2 drones by the Kuwaiti government.

Barbie movie ban evokes mixed reactions

10 Aug 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Kuwait has banned the film 'Barbie' due to its content, which is seen as promoting unacceptable behavior, including homosexuality, gender reassignment, and feminism, and contradicting sharia and cultural values. The ban has sparked mixed reactions on social media, with some supporting the decision and others criticizing it as a reflection of patriarchal society's fear of women's empowerment. Critics argue that the ban reflects a fear of Western cultural influence and an overreaction to a film that should not have the power to undermine strong family values.

Ceramist discovers talent during COVID lockdown

09 Aug 2023  |  kuwaittimes
During the COVID-19 lockdown, 23-year-old ceramic artist Sara Mahmoud discovered her talent and turned it into a small business. She began with a wheel-throwing course but shifted to hand-building at home due to the lockdown. Mahmoud is mostly self-taught and draws inspiration from creators across various fields. Her work is described as homey, with a color palette that varies by season. She advises beginners to be patient with the craft and enjoys making her 'homebody' collection the most, with her favorite piece being the 'Relaxing is productive' mug.

Rising temperatures sparks concern, expert weighs in

08 Aug 2023  |  kuwaittimes.com
Jenan Bahzad, Director of Programs and Activities at Kuwait Environment Protection Society, discusses the evident and undeniable impacts of climate change, such as rising temperatures, intense storms, and increased droughts. She emphasizes the urgency for Kuwait to recognize its effects and develop strategic plans to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions through changes in energy systems and transportation. Bahzad criticizes the design of residential cities in Kuwait, suggesting natural sandy rocks and more green spaces as solutions to reduce heat absorption and improve air quality. She calls for government awareness, reduced energy consumption, and a collective social responsibility to protect the environment.

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