Kuwaiti married to Egyptian woman shot, injured in Cairo Indian expat commits suicide

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 22: Kuwaiti Ambassador to Egypt Dr Rasheed Al-Hamad expressed his sorrow over an incident where a 40-year-old Kuwaiti citizen, identified as MM and married to an Egyptian woman, was shot in the neck while he was driving in Cairo, reports Al-Anba daily.
Al-Hamad said some unknown individuals in a vehicle shot him in the neck, adding that the citizen was first taken to a public hospital and then to International Medical Centre for treatment, expenses of which Kuwait will bear.
He indicated that the relevant Egyptian security sources are conducting intensive investigations to arrest the suspects, revealing that the health condition of the citizen is stable and warned Kuwaiti citizens to stay away from places of protests.

‘Unjust treatment’: An Egyptian expatriate, identified as Abdul Nabi informed the daily that he was treated unjustly and badly by the securitymen of Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, reports Al-Rai daily.
He explained that he was aboard a flight on 28/11/2012 when securitymen dragged him out of the aircraft and took him to Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh station where he was informed that he was wanted by law for a crime of betraying trust.
Abdul Nabi said his name was not blacklisted and had presented documents proving that he had paid money to his business partner. However, securitymen did not believe him and attacked him severely particularly on the private areas of his body.
He also said he lost his bag and KD 140 cash, adding that the securitymen of Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh police station took KD 100 from him as bail amount. However, he was not given any receipts and was forced to sign on blank paper.
Abdul Nabi appealed to the Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior Sheikh Ahmad Al-Humoud to consider his case and open an investigation.


Suicide committed: A 29-year old Indian expatriate, who worked as a security guard in a shopping complex in Sabhan, committed suicide by hanging himself with a rope tied to the railings of the complex, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
When the victim’s colleagues realized that the victim has been missing for more than two hours, they searched and found his corpse dangling from the railings. They immediately contacted securitymen who rushed to the location.
They referred his corpse to the Forensics Department. A case was registered and investigations are ongoing to determine the cause of the suicide.

Bedoun stabbed: A Bedoun youth was stabbed on the shoulder by another during a quarrel between them in front of a Cooperative Society in Taima.
According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information from a passerby about an individual lying on the ground and bleeding from his shoulder in Taima, securitymen rushed to the location with paramedics and referred the injured victim to Jahra Hospital for treatment.
Securitymen arrested the suspect who revealed during interrogations that the quarrel was over some former disputes. Necessary legal action was taken against him.

Biker ‘burnt’: A Kuwaiti citizen sustained several injuries and burns of third degree when his motorbike broke out in flames due to a short circuit on Arabian Gulf Street.
According to security sources, while the citizen was riding his motorbike on Arabian Gulf Street, his motorbike suddenly burst into flames and he sustained severe injuries and burns.
When a passerby reported the incident to the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior, firefighters rushed to the location with paramedics and securitymen and extinguished the fire within a short time. Paramedics referred the injured victim to Al-Bahar Hospital for treatment.

Protesters held: Ten Syrian expatriates were arrested recently in Adaliya for publicly protesting against the Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad, reports Al-Qabas daily.
According to a security source, approximately 500 Syrian opponents of the Syrian regime held an unlicensed march after a football match between Syria and Iraq.
Special Forces rushed to the location when they received information about the unlicensed demonstration by the Syrians, dispersed the protestors and seized 10 among them.
They were referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against them.

Salon broken into: An unknown individual broke into a beauty salon in Salmiya and stole a laptop and a cell phone, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
When securitymen received information about the burglary, they rushed to the location with personnel from the General Department of Criminal Evidences to lift fingerprints and collect evidences to arrest the suspect.

 

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