Egyptians settling score

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 4: Police are looking for an Egyptian for stabbing a compatriot on an open ground in Khaitan, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source said, according to information the suspect wanted to take revenge for what happened in Upper Egypt. Since the culture of retaliation has no end among the citizens of Upper Egypt, the revenge was taken in Kuwait.

Sources say the brothers of the two (the suspect and the victim) were involved in a fight in Egypt and the suspect’s brother lost an eye and the other was put in prison. A case of murder attempt has been filed against the suspect. The victim was rushed to a hospital but the injury is believed to not be life threatening.

Road rage stabbing: The coach of the junior football team of the Al-Jahra Club Mustafa Murad was rushed to the Jahra Hospital after he was allegedly stabbed with a dagger, reports Al-Anba daily. The Egyptian coach said this happened when he was driving and approached the Jahra bridge and the suspect who was driving another car wanted to overtake him. The victim said, he could not give way because he was complying with traffic rules. So the driver of the other car, forced Murad to pull over, walked over to his car stabbed him in the shoulder two times with a dagger and drove off.

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