KUWAIT CITY, Nov 25: Four Jordanian women, among them two sisters, were referred to the authorities in preparation for deportation for practicing sorcery, reports Al-Rai daily. The four women were caught in Fahaheel, Sabahiya, Aqila and Adan hospitals respectively, and one of them was in possession of sorcery tools. They were in possession of KD 1,750 in total.
‘Don’t beat students’: A Kuwaiti citizen lodged a complaint with officers at Sabah Al-Ahmad Police Station against an Egyptian teacher of English language for beating his nine-year old son, says Al- Seyassah. Father of the grade-three student, who reportedly sustained bruises all over the body due to beating, said the teacher lashed the child with a cane. He provided medical report to support his claim after filing a case with principal of the school. Apparently, a circular has been issued by the Ministry of Education warning teachers against corporal punishment, especially lashing students with cane.
Guard hurt in fight: Three students of a secondary school in Jahra area engaged in a public brawl in front of their school, and a guard who tried to resolve the issue sustained injury, says Al-Seyassah. Acting on information, a team of rescue men went to the scene and dealt with the incident. Initial investigation revealed the quarrel started in the classroom before it developed into exchange of blows outside the school. Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti citizen accompanied his 16- year old son to the area police station and filed a complaint against three individuals who assaulted the son on a pitch while he was playing football in Sulaibiya area. A case was registered.
2 selling liquor: Security operatives from Jleeb Shuyoukh apprehended two Asians for peddling in liquor and recovered KD 80 cash believed to be proceeds from the illegitimate trade in their possession, alongside bottles of local alcohol ready for sale. They were referred to public prosecution, says Al-Seyassah.