KUWAIT CITY, April 11: Chairman of the Kuwaiti Club at the University of Idaho in the United States of America Mousa Al-Anzi has called upon the Embassy of Kuwait in Washington to take measures to protect the Kuwaitis studying in the Pocatello City in the State of Idaho, reports Al-Rai daily.
Al-Anzi pointed out a fierce campaign against Muslims has been unleashed by an extremist cleric and some members of the teaching staff at the university. Al-Anzi also called upon the Ministry of Higher Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to work in coordination and help transfer Kuwaiti students from the Idaho State University to another suitable university in any other state.
He pointed out the Kuwaiti cultural attaché in Los Angeles had called on Kuwaiti students in the Pocatello City to speed up their transfer process to avoid problems they are experiencing. Al-Anzi also added that about fifty students were subjected to theft, one even found a message on his car which read ‘Go to your country’ and another student found a bullet near his car. This is a kind of threat for the students to force them to leave the country, Anzi said.