Naked man caught on Kuwait street. Kuwaiti police seized a naked man on a street in the capital after he was allegedly beat up and stripped off by unknown assailants, the Arabic language daily Alanba reported on Monday. The unnamed man told police he was heading for a date with a girl he had known through internet when he was stopped by three men in Kuwait City.
A boy at the Salmiya cafe told his mother he had seen the women's naked bodies and the mother called police, al-Rai reported Tuesday. The three women -- one of whom is a minor -- allegedly told police they "had become drunk," had sex in an apartment and came to the cafe afterward. Marwa Tarek, a women's rights activist in Kuwait, said the women could face numerous charges, especially if they are suspected of being lesbians.
Abstract While Kuwait has not joined the Arab Spring wave, there is considerable political and social turmoil in the tiny emirate. One factor contributing to the changes is the influence new media technologies have on Kuwaiti society, especially on youth. The paper focuses on the meanings and democratic potentials of the internet for youth in the context of the Gulf Arab country of Kuwait.
By Julian Robinson and Corey Charlton. Women in Kuwait could be banned from wearing bikinis after plans were approved to outlaw 'nudity' in public places. Tourists and residents would be barred from wearing the two-piece swim suit under proposals for a ban at swimming pools and hotels.
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Modern day Kuwaitis are the descendants of several nomadic tribes and clans who ultimately settled on the coast of the Arabian Gulf during the eighteenth century to avoid the persistent drought of the desert. When they arrived at the coast, the clans built forts to protect themselves from other nomadic tribes who still traversed the desert. The name Kuwait is derived from kut, an Arabic word for "fort.
The incident resulted in traffic jam, as a group of young motorists tried to follow them. Acting on information, a team of security operatives went to the location to maintain order, but the motor rider with his partner and their followers managed to escape before their arrival. They pointed to a team of traffic men specialized in checking motor riders that violate traffic regulations.