Slováci v Kuvajte
Boze ty chuderka jebnuta len sa nesnaz toho svojho jeba maskovat.Ja pisem uplne odlisne veci a som zasadne proti islamu.Moja slovencina je v poriadku ale toho tvojho jeba nieje.A medicinu sa ako moze naucit ked neovlada spravne slovenske vyrazy? Ten isto studoval 10 rokov alebo prepadol.
robert ak zijes 8 rokov v Kuwaite ako to ze nevies ze je tu plno miest nielen Kuwait city?A kde si nechal Salmiyu,Hawalli,Farwaniyu,Fahahel,Ahmadi,Jahru , Jleeb al Shuyoukh+ mesta kde su len obytne stvrte ??/Ty si zrejme za tych 8 rokov len v robote bol,slovakov je tu dost,chod na ambasadu tam ti daju list s kontaktmi na slovakov….je tu celkom velka komunita,slovenski lekari sa vsetci medzi sebou poznaju,stretaju sa…
rada by som vedieť, ako príde do slovenských Piešťan chudobný Kuvajťan. Keˇdže čítam, že na Slovensko prídu len chudobní a nie bohatí Kuvajťania. Na ktorej hodnovernej stránke sa dočítam, koľko manželiek majú so sebou, keˇd sem prídu. Zoznámila som sa s kuvajtským kapitánom námorníctva a príde na Slovensko po Ramadáne. Veľmi budem zvedavá, koľko manželiek si so sebou vezme a aký bude chudobný. Potom napíšem. Zatiaľ skúsenosť nemám.
ano do Piestan chodia chudobni kuwaitski beduini,policajti,vojaci,uradnici,zvykli si tak este z cias komunizmu ked tam bolo lacno,schadza sa tam taka ich komunita a ludia im za velmi nizke ceny prenajimaju privat preto si mozu dovolit tam ist na dlhsie.Oni moc nenakupuju,varia si sami ani auta nenajimaju tak ich to tak vela nevyjde.Bohatych arabov na Slovensku nevidno,ti chodia na dovolenky do Londyna to je ich top destinacia potom US -New York,Las Vegas,Orlando,Svajciarsko,Malaga v Spanielsku,Francuzska Riviera,v tychto miestach mozete najst bohatych arabov aj shejkov,princov,kralov….na Slovensku bohuzial len tu spodinu
Relatives of Jihadists to be summoned
Published Date: September 06, 2009
KUWAIT: Attorney General Hamed Al-Othman has reportedly ordered that one of the two men recently arrested after returning from fighting alongside Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan should be sent to the Central Prison for 21 days, while the other should be held for questioning until tomorrow (Sunday).
The Public Prosecution Department has also reportedly called on investigators to speed up the investigative process and work on arresting another six individuals reportedly connected to jihadist activities, who subpoenas were issued for a few days ago.
The Public Prosecution Department has apparently also been making inquiries about a number of other Kuwaiti citizens identified by the two detained men as having been present during their jihadist training and other activities in Afghanistan. One official involved with the investigation said that the department might summon some of these individuals‘ family members for questioning in the next few days in order to determine the extent of their knowledge about their loved ones‘ activities in Afghanistan, alt
hough he stressed that this investigation will be unconnected with the original case.
The official said that the two detainees had not yet appeared before the Attorney General, who made his decision on their detention based on the Public Prosecutor’s report. He added that the investigation will continue with detectives currently trying to uncover new evidence, in addition to gathering the testimonies of those who arrested and interviewed the two men, reported Al-Qabas.
The investigations have gone extremely well to date, the official said, with both men being cooperative and giving detailed testimonies and comprehensive accounts of their actions in Afghanistan, as well as providing the names of those who helped them travel there for Jihad.
Public Prosecutor Hamad Al-Othman has reportedly ordered that two of the suspects in the Arifjan terrorist cell case should be sent for medical examination to assess whether or not they were beaten by state security officers during questioning.
One security official said that one of the suspects, a doctor, had complained that he had been beaten, leaving him unable to move his shoulders. The second suspect, meanwhile, claimed that he had been questioned in the State Security building by one officer who had punched him in the face, causing damage to nerves in one eyelid. Both the men claim that they had sustained several injuries to various parts of their bodies from the alleged assaults by officers.
After the medical reports are received, the Public Prosecutor is expected to call for the officers responsible for questioning the men to give him their statements regarding the complaints
Kuwait foils Qaeda attack
Published Date: August 12, 2009
By Jamie Etheridge and Ahmed Saeid, Staff Writer
KUWAIT: Kuwait thwarted a terror attack against US and Kuwaiti facilities, arresting six suspected terrorists. „State security has uncovered a terrorist network of six citizens connected with Al-Qaeda who planned to bomb Camp Arifjan, the state security building and other important facilities,“ the Interior Ministry said in a statement yesterday to the press. The plotters allegedly planned to launch attacks during the holy month of Ramadan, which will begin in Kuwait around August 21.
Kuwait security authorities received information from Bahraini authorities about a terrorist cell in Kuwait working with another sleeper cell in Bahrain, reported Al-Jarida yesterday. The initials of five of the arrested men were reported as: M.A.K., Y.K., A.Q., M.A. and A.Q. „Thank God for the arrests and we ask Allah to save our country from any harm,“ said MP Faisal Al-Muslim.
In Washington, Pentagon press secretary Geoff Morrell applauded the Kuwaiti government action and said it looked like an attack on US interests had been imminent. „I can just tell you at this point, with what little information I have, that – that it does, indeed, look as though this group was attempting to target US forces,“ Morrell said. „I don’t think it is clear at this point that Camp Arifjan was necessarily where they were plotting their attack, but clearly US forces were among those they wanted to h
it, based upon our initial assessment.
A day prior to the announcement from the Ministry of Interior, the US Embassy in Kuwait issued a Warden’s Notice updating „on the continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against American citizens and interests throughout the world.
Kuwait has seen little extremist activity recently but has had problems with terrorism in the past. In January 2005, Kuwait security forces clashed with Al-Qaeda linked militants in a shootout in Maidan Hawally and then a few days later during a raid on a militant hideout in Umm Al Haiman. The militants were allegedly plotting to blow up an apartment tower where many Americans live as well as other US and Kuwaiti government offices and bases. In 2007, four members of the Peninsula Lion’s Brigade involved
in the clashes were sentenced to death by a Kuwaiti court. The sentences were later commuted.
Analysts argue that the arrests do not indicate a rise of extremism in Kuwait. „I think this is an isolated incident,“ said Gen Sabr Al-Suwaidan (rt), a Kuwaiti military analyst. „We have seen a drop of terrorist activity to almost zero. Once or twice security forces catch someone who has guns or is involved with gun smuggling but they are trying to make money – it’s not ideological…But this will be a wakeup call for Kuwaiti security.
Instead the cell may have been looking for publicity or to raise their profile within Al-Qaeda. „Those people are not looking for mass destruction but a kind of propaganda. If you go blow yourself up at the gate of Camp Arifjan. All the media will react but there won’t be many casualties, maybe a few people killed,“ pointed out Gen Al-Suwaidan.
There are two different explanations for what happened, but they are both connected to Al-Qaeda. The first version is that Al-Qaeda is suffering from pressure inside Iraq and Yemen and Saudi Arabia, and also inside Pakistan and Afghanistan, and that’s why they wanted to let off steam by conducting an operation inside Kuwait, and that explains why their targets are very high profile on this mission,“ said Sami Al-Faraj, an analyst with the Strategic Studies Center in Kuwait.
The other explanation is perhaps because Al-Qaeda became a decentralized organization, and every cell is working on its own, and they have the freedom to choose their targets and also the time of the mission, and because people in the middle class of Al-Qaeda are trying to prove themselves in the organization in order to grow in the hierarchy of Al-Qaeda system, so this maybe an attempt of separate Al-Qaeda cell, or even new Al-Qaeda members to prove themselves to their leaders,“ Al-Faraj explained.
The suspects have been referred to the Public Prosecution. (Velina Nacheva, Hussain Al-Qatari and news agencies contributed to this report
Terrorism is a threat throughout the world. You can find more information about this threat in our General Advice to Australian Travellers.
We advise you to exercise a high degree of caution in Kuwait because of the high threat of terrorist attack. We continue to receive occasional reports that terrorists may seek to conduct attacks in Kuwait against a range of targets, including Western interests. These reports include information about possible targets, such as US military and identifiably Western targets, including hotels, restaurants and symbols and buildings associated with the Kuwaiti government. However, we emphasise that attacks could occur at any time, anywhere in Kuwait.
In August 2009, security forces arrested members of a terrorist cell planning to attack a number of targets in Kuwait, including an oil refinery, a US military base and government buildings. A US warden message issued after the arrests warned that terrorists may be conducting surveillance on Westerners, particularly at hotels, housing areas and rental car facilities, and that contractors, especially those with links to the military, may be targeted.
Terrorists continue to issue statements threatening to carry out attacks on the Arabian Peninsula. These include references to attacks on Western interests, including residential compounds, military, oil, transport and aviation interests.
In planning your activities, consider the kind of places known to be terrorist targets and the level of security provided. In addition to the places mentioned above possible targets include clubs, theatres, schools, public transport, outdoor recreation events, markets and shopping areas. Tourist areas, hotels, religious sites as well as other places frequented by foreigners, including international schools, are also potential terrorist targets
Toto forum je zalozene na to aby tu vsetci do seba skakali apredhanali sa v nadavani? Lebo ja som tu hladala nejake informacie o Slovakoch zijucich v Kuvajte… Neviete mi teda niekto odporucit stranku, kde sa najdu Slovaci, ktori skutocne ziju v Kuvajte a maju zaujem byt v kontakte so mnou? 🙂
Katy ale v Kuwaite je to tak,slovaci si medzi sebou podrazaju nohy…v zamestnani,ohovaraju jeden druheho,zavidia si..to len naoko sa tvaria ze su kamarati no a na slovenky co su tu vydate hladia ako na chuderi(az na par vynimiek ktorym brutalne zavidia,jedna sa vydala do rodiny politika co sa bratrickuje s vladnucou rodinou a druha ma miliardara) a na tie slovenky co konvertovali a zahaluju sa hladia ako na pomatene chuderi.vyber si kam patris a ci este stale mas zaujem o kontakty
V Kuwaite nepracuju slovaci na takych poziciach ako v EU ze lacna pracovna sila,su tu ako lekari,inzinieri,profesori,pracovnici ministerstva vnutra a zahranicnych veci,tajna policia,niektori pracuju pre americku armadu,pre CIA aj pre kuwaitsku vladu,jedna slovenka je osobnou poradkynou emira spolu s jej manzelom kuwaitanom (vo veciach vztahov Kuwaitu a EU ).Vacsina sloveniek ktore su tu vydate su vydate za beduinov a konvertovali,chodia zahalene.Je ich malo takych co nekonvertovali a vydali sa aspon do strednej vrstvy.Ako bolo hore napisane,tusim len 2 slovenky sa vydali za papalasov.
Ahoj Katy, ja som vydata za kuwajtana, zijem tu uz treti rok. Moj manzel nie je ziadny beduin ani miliardar, patri do strednej vrstvy. Nekonvertovala som na islam a ani sa na to v buducnosti nechystam. Doteraz som sa nestretla so ziadnou negativnou reakciou na to, ze som katolicka. Ani v manzelovej rodine. Ale aj napriek tomu, neodporucam slovenkam zivot v Kuwajte. Je tu ovela viac toho „co nesmies“, ako toho „co smies“. A namyslat si, ze laska vsetko zmoze, je naivne.
Fiiha, dakujem za vsetky tie odovede 🙂 Napriek uvedenym negativnym nazorom by som aj tak rada Kuwait videla, skusila si zit tam… Avsak neviem si predstavit ake „vyuzitie“ tam mozem mat, kde by som sa mohla karierne uplatnit (moj obor je psychologia)… Bojim sa, ze okrem priatela a jeho rodiny si nemam sancu najst nejakych znamych… A zvlast ked je situacia medzi nasimi narodovcami taka, aku ju tu opisujete… Ja som ateistka, na islam a na ziadne ine nabozenstvo konvertovat nehodlam, moj priatel nie je miliardar, ani beduin a nase spolunazivanie v jednej (zatial slovenskej) domacnosti je bezproblemove, ziadne kulturne rozdiely medzi nami nevnimam.
Nechcem reagovat na Vase konzultacie o manzelstve .Chcel som sa opytat ci by bolo mozne robit biznis s vodou v Kuwajte.Exportovať ju do Kuvajtu zo Slovenska.Mam kojenecku vodu co sa tyka kvality.Možno by sme sa dohodli na obchodnom zastupeni Vas pre moju firmu na Kuwajte.Viem ze voda je tam nad zlato.Ak odpoviete na moj e mail budem rad.
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nevie mi prosím pekne niektorá z vás poradiť, ako by som si mohla vybaviť víza do Kuwaitu? Priateľova rodina mi ho zriaďovala formou pozvania, avšak neúspešne, s výsledkom „zamietnuté, pretože som príliš mladá a dievča“ (plnoletá som, nad 21 mám 🙂 )
Formou bývania v hotely, teda hotelové víza nepripadá do úvahy, pretože by som rada prišla na cca 2 mesiace a na kuwaitský hotel naozaj nemám – jedine ak by stál tak 10 kwd/noc + raňajky 😀
Prosím veľmi pekne, ak niektorá niečo viete, napíšte mi, kľudne aj na moj email: href=“mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org“>email@example.com
Ďakujem a prajem pekný, podaktorým snehovo biely a podaktorým teplučký slnečný deň 🙂