Protests in Kuwait

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    Protesters in Kuwait Call for Ouster of Prime Minister


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    I heard they died down though, I have been to Kuwait and the Ruling family there are corrupt as shit and I would love to see them fall, even though I doubt that will happen. The people protesting are the bedoon who are denied citizenship, they are not even allowed birth certificates for their children, even death certificates and they are not allowed to travel except to go to Hajj. Addressing these problems are long overdue.
     
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    PressTV - Kuwaiti Shias push for rights
     
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