TRIBAL UNACCOUNTABILITY AND MASSIVE UNTOUCHABILITY IN KUWAIT MUST END—STARTING WITH HOW PARENTS and TRIBES FAIL TO RAISE THEIR CHILDREN TO RESPECT and TREAT OTHERS WITH EQUAL DIGNITY TO THEIR OWN
Dear Emir of Kuwait and the People of Kuwait (both citizens and non-citizens),
Last night at around 10:45 pm Kuwait time, a large piece of cement came flying into the 999 Bus I was riding in as we passed in front of the Kuwait Magic Park and Shopping Centre in Mangaf town. Glass shattered everywhere and showered onto me and on dozens of other passengers of Asian, African and European descent.
Had the rock hit me in the head, I would have been dead!
Amazingly no one was hurt.
However, most of us were shaking.
That particular rock had entered the bus about 6 ½ feet from my head at fairly high speed.
By all those present on the bus, it was immediately assumed that the cement stone had been thrown by Kuwaiti youth—sometimes known as tribals, Bedouin or “Bedun” by the many non-Kuwaiti residents who have to daily use the cities’ buses.
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