Hayef again & again اشرايك نسحب جنسيتك انت؟ موضوع سليمان بو غيث

أطل علينا النائب الفاضل الهايف  محمد هايف بإقتراح إرجاع الجنسية الكويتية للناطق الرسمي بإسم تنظيم القاعدة الإرهابي، سليمان بو غيث. و شنو تتوقعون أسباب هالطلب؟ بكل بساطة، هايف يشرح لنا إنه أمريكا بكبرها رفعت إسمه من قائمة الإرهابيين، و بالتالي مستغرب ليش إحنا للحين مصممين على سحب جنسية بوغيث.

إنت أصلا مو مال الواحد يرد عليك. ما أدري متى الناس بتعوفك و ترفسك على إستهتارك المتكرر لدولتك الكويت. إنت مال تكون سعودي و الا قطري، يورونك السنع و يعلمونك الإحترام. إنت حرام عليك تكون كويتي، تحتمي ورا قوانين دولتك المدنية اللي سامحتلك إنك تتجاوز حدود المجتمع و الوطن بهالشكل المقزز.

إستح على وجهك و لو شوي. يعني مو كافي إحتقارك المتكرر لنشيدنا الوطني و مشاعرنا الوطنية، ناقصك بعد إنك تدافع عن إرهابيين، هدفهم الوحيد القضاء على كل دول الخليج المدنية؟ تدافع عن شخص من أهم معتقداته القضاء على الكويت، اللهم الكافي؟ 

بعدين إنت من متى تعترف بقرارات أمريكا، ياينا الحين تستشهد بكلامهم؟

نفاق، قل إحترام، إحتقار دولتك، دفاع عن إرهابيين…. عندك بعد شي نضيفه لقائمة الخزي؟

من الجريدة

Al-Fadel Responds to Hayef & Tabtabaei فيديو نبيل الفضل يرد على الطبطبائي و هايف

 

Hayef once again refused to standup for the Kuwait’s national anthem, despite being a member of parliament where he’s supposed to be one of the strongest defenders of Kuwait (flag, anthem, and all).

Tabtabaei, another  MP, dared to disrespect and belittle the Kuwaiti flag, comparing it to a piece of cloth.

They both faced  a lot of attack from their Parliament colleagues, newspapers, and Kuwaiti citizens for what they said and did. They had no right, legal or religious, in attacking our national pride in these sick cowardly ways.

Nabeel Al-Fadel, another MP, made a point in attacking Hayef & Tabtabaei in this video here. At least what he had to say made sense, and he had the decency to standup and say it in public.

Mohammad Hayef and the Ministry of Interior

You might have noticed the news reporting of increased raids on parties and drinking in Kuwait, on the hands of Al-Maba7eth and the M.O.Interior. The latest happened just this night, when a huge corporate party held in Olympia was busted.

Twitter and news agencies made it sound like it was a lurid party, where all kinds of satanic actions and frolicking is happening; not that it really was just a private corporate party. I would say logic prevents organizers from supporting illegal stuff like that, let alone to do it in public.

It’s great that the police are cracking crime like they’re doing these days, there’s definitely nothing wrong about that. In fact, it should be the case all year round: to crack crime and bust criminals.

But when the process becomes highly selective, concentrating police efforts on a very few (usually drinking, gambling, and sex)  crimes, then the process becomes a little questionable. We have other more serious crimes out there.

Al-Qabas newspaper mentioned, back in Jan 2010, that more than 80 thousand court verdicts were still outstanding, that the offenders are still free at large. Do you know how much 80 thousand people is? Do you think that all of them have secret hideouts where they can escape the eyes of the police? Don’t you think having more than 80 thousand verdicts and rulings outstanding and not fulfilled diminishes people’s sense of justice and righteousness?

So instead of listening to the threats of the likes of Hayef and his pals, shouldn’t the M.O.Interior focus on other more serious kinds of crime and prevention? Like better monitoring of traffic, patrolling neighborhoods, putting more police at malls and other crowded places? Catching those 80 thousand runaways?

Kuwait’s New Proposed Islamic Laws

More than 30 MPs have signed on a proposed bill that states that all future laws must comply with Islam before they can be approved into laws. Of course this absurd nonsense and civil rights\liberties nightmare is spearheaded by the one and only Hayef.

I’m not a fan of his nor have any respect for him, so I personally just going to ignore his lead just like he ignores our national anthem.

But as we all can expect, a proposed law like this will definitely cause strong and radical reactions and commenting from both backers and opposers. These following comments, all by the same person, are my favorite so far on this subject. I don’t know if the guy\girl is being sarcastic or is actually serious. Either way, some of the changes are deadly funny.

Silence is Gold حلاتك تظل ساكت

Read about it over at Al-Rai. Apparently, he didn’t like the M.O. Interior’s opinions that were revealed in wikileaks.

Read about Hayef’s  related post here.

Shame on you Hayef خاف ربك يا هايف

Parliament Member, Mr. Mohammad Hayef, tried to release a CHILD RAPIST from police custody.

This is beyond shameful. I hate that this MP is Kuwaiti and hides behind his diplomatic immunity. We deserve better people in our council. Children deserve better public figures. This guy needs to be punished.

Check Al-Qabas for more details.