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« on: Jan 17, 2014 03:04 PM »

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I was once a Muslim who convert to Islam in U.S.A. was offer oportunity to work learn about islam at same time in Kuwait with my three kids we was happy at first then we learn its was not very good move (Kuwaiti) want pay me 300 kd month when in USA was making very good pay. Three months in Kuwait Muslims Kuwaiti's left me along with my kids, we had no food. We had no assistance I seen Americans being mis treated its was only Church from USA was willing to assist we back in USA now I read on twitter two American Muslims who also travel to Kuwait learn about Islam now two Americans living on streets in Kuwait Islamic Centers/ Islamic Charities refuse to help them reason U.S. Government Foreign policy on Syria, Egypt, Iraq, is this how Islam treat people this American Muslim over stay visa only they have pay 600KD fees in airport leave Kuwait is this your Islam is this to much 600 Kuwait Dinars.

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« Reply #1 on: Jan 18, 2014 08:42 PM »

As-Salaam` alaykum Anon,
I am truly sorry about your experience in Kuwait, but not all Muslims are bad people/or treat people badly so you shouldn’t base your religious believe on them. Btw, I don’t know where you are from but in this day and age Muslims are not the best of people as it states in the Qur’an especially Arabs.

I pray that Allah guides you to whats best in this world and the next inshaAllah.


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« Reply #2 on: Jan 19, 2014 02:33 PM »


I've heard a lot of stories like this especially in the Emirates where ex-pats go to work, but then lose their job or have financial losses and then don't even have enough money to leave to get back home!! I think there was one guy living in his car at the Dubai airport??

The best way out is to contact your embassy or charitable institutions. It's sad that you weren't able to find anyone to help you in Kuwait. You might be able to get voluntarily 'deported' out even.

I don't think that this is a reason to leave Islam. Islam really doesn't have anything to do with governments or people over there. The government is not a shariah gov't and not all the people are practicing what Islam says. Islam is a deen and way of life that is the truth. It is meant for our own benefit. If we don't practice it, we lose out, and as we can see human beings and society lose out as well.

I don't think you can expect handouts from the government or mosques. I would like to hope there were Muslim organizations that feed people and give charity but it doesn't seem like you found any over there.

To be fair, if you were a foreigner living in the US and your visa ran out, I'm pretty sure they would arrest you and deport you. And if you ran out of money or food they would not put you on welfare because you're not a citizen.
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