His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, accompanied by Vice President of the Kuwait National Guard Sheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, headed to the United States for a private visit. His Highness the Amir will visit Washington DC for official talks with US President Donald Trump on September 12th.
Circanada has done a series of articles on Egyptian Coptic Christian Hani Morris who has been under constant threat from Kuwaiti nationals since receiving asylum in Canada. You can read the stories here, here and here.
According to an Amnesty International report, “The authorities continued to unduly restrict the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, including by prosecuting and imprisoning government critics under criminal defamation laws.”
The government terminated the employment contracts of over 3,000 foreign employees in the public sector under a nationalization policy.
Mr Morris is a prime example of human rights violations in Kuwait. The following court documents show this disregard for his rights.
This document from the Kuwaiti court of justice shows the insults to Mr Morris for being Christian by Al Mulla motors. The courts did nothing.
These letters of complaint were sent by the Coptic Association in USA to the Kuwaiti ambassador in USA because Hani Morris was fired from his job as he refused to falsely testify against a Client.
This photo of a document shows the discrimination against Hani Morris for being an Egyptian and a Christian.
This is a letter from the Egyptian Association in Australia to Kuwaiti ambassador in Australia, a complaint about the way Hani Morris and his case was handled in Kuwait .
The United States government should be aware of the human rights violations against Mr Morris by Kuwait, as their ambassador was contacted. Will President Trump address Kuwait’s dismal human rights record in the upcoming visit with His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah on September 12?