A Kuwaiti named Abu Ahmad is reportedly the inadvertent source.
Article 54 of the Kuwaiti constitution stipulates that the emir is “immune and inviolable.”
I asked, referring to the former editor of Newsweek Arabic who was imprisoned for insulting the Kuwaiti emir on his blog.
The Kuwaiti ruler just had to fire his Parliament due to corruption.
The Kuwaiti is linked closely to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, a key planner of the 9/11 attacks.
“There is always continuous cooperation from both the Kuwaiti and U.S. side on military, political, and economic issues,” he said.
Nevertheless, Kuwaiti parliamentarians do not share Western ideals of free speech and separation of religion and state.
Badreddine a.k.a. Saab was caught and sentenced to death by Kuwaiti authorities in 1984, but not executed.
What if he left Kuwait largely intact, but looted the country, and annexed Kuwaiti oil fields and one or two of Kuwait's islands?
Instead, the loot was retained for the benefit of the despicable Emir Al-Sabah IV and a few hundred gluttonous Kuwaiti princes.