Kuwait Blog Rounds Up

Kuwait has been buzzing lately with religion and political talk. With the harsh events in Paksitan with the earth quake. Like Faith sending her thoughts and prayers to the survivors of the Asian earthquake and wonders about the current natural disasters have any religious end of time feelings. These events also has Misguided questioning what is the reason for all of these disasters, is there a reason for all of these disasters? Is God testing the humanity's compassion? Kuwait Tranny wants to know what the hypocritial religious scholars have to say about the disasters in Pakistan? Is God punishing the muslims there like what happened to the sinners in USA with Katrina.

Following with this hypocrisy Elegance breaks down a religious poster grammatically, theologically and politically that pledges it allegiance to Egyptian Husani Mubarak as a leader that is supported by God.

Ayya places her opinion on the current rise of the divorce rate in Kuwait how it is related to Islamic Shariya law's not catching up with the current global trends of a dual income house hold. Since the wife may not be allowed to work but still needed to present financial support she has to resort to her inheritance or personal family income as a money line.

McArabian introduces the Kuwaiti blogging community to GeoCaches and had us going on a little treasure hunt with our GPS devices trying to find the cache located somewhere in Kuwait.

The poltical activity this past week has been around Sheik Salem Al-Ali press release on his dissatisfaction of the current heads of the Kuwait government last week. Kuwait has been buzzing with rumors and speculation on what is going to happen next in the line of succession as Amir of Kuwait.

BooJam talks about the differences of living in Kuwait compared to the UK and the joys he has living here with the sunny skies compared to the grey clouds of England. The low gas price, and the customer trust, and the overall safety.

As you recall last week there was an online campaign started to boycott the current racist shows on Ramadan TV. Well, in only 1 week a
major Kuwaiti newspaper had the logo with an article supporting it on their front page
.

2 comments

  • Hi,
    I think you have the wrong URL for the Kuwait Geocache hunt ;)

    This is the first time I see this blog, nice work :)

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