Friday, 1 June 2012

Interfaith dialogue and harmony is on the Rise in Kuwait (not really)

Religious Intolerance is on the Rise in Kuwait

Religious intolerance is on the rise even in Kuwait, perhaps America's best friend in the Arab world.

Until now Christians have worshipped freely in the Persian Gulf state. However, growing threats to religious minorities reflect public attitudes which could undermine the heretofore close U.S.-Kuwait relationship.

Saudi Arabia long has promoted the worst forms of religious intolerance. Spiritual liberty simply doesn't exist. The country is essentially a totalitarian state.
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