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Indian nurse attacked while on duty

Thursday, May 9, 2019

An Indian nurse was attacked by a Bedoun while she was on duty at the casualty department of the Al-Sabah Hospital. According to local Arabic media report, when the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior received a report on the accident, a police patrol from the Shuwaikh Industrial Area Police Station went to the place and the security men discovered that a non-Kuwaiti youth had assaulted the nurse following an argument with him.

The Bedoun was arrested and taken to the police station and a case of beating an employee on duty has been filed against him.

The nurse received four stitches. Earlier last week, another Indian nurse was attacked by a Jordanian at the Maternity Hospital.

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Saturday, May 18, 2019
I condemn the attack on whoever it is . As Andy Xavier said most of the keralite nurses are impolite and arrogant, they don’t respect even Indians. Polite communication with smile never bring problems.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019
To Mr.Rahil, First of all stop treating everything as GOD, animals are god , guests are god, books are god, trees are god, gods are god wtf is wrong with yall

Saturday, May 11, 2019
@ Rahil if this was the case what you are saying than i am sure attack would not have happened.

Arab Learn
Friday, May 10, 2019
Guys don’t think as any type of marketing, but I really do feel that almost all Indians in Kuwait possibly should learn to speak Arabic in the local way. That is the main issue what most of us Indians are facing.

I am an Indian by nationality but I have learnt to communicate with them in their local way and I find myself being respected by them by gods grace because of that.

I do take Arabic speaking classes, if anyone interested please do contact in my mail jnazir86 at the rate of Gmail dot com

Andy Xavier
Friday, May 10, 2019
we can''t declare a blind support for indian nurses , especially Keralites
Almost all of them are stuffed with arrogance and wrath towards the patients

Thursday, May 9, 2019
I condemn the attack.
However, our Indian nurses are not smart enough like Philipinos towards patient s, especially to Indians. They restraint even to offer a smile to Patient if the patient is not their relatives or friends.

Thursday, May 9, 2019
Rajini are u really a least give a respect to your country.

Roy Mathew
Thursday, May 9, 2019
The answer to the questions raised by Rahil are answered in his comment itself! All what he has to do is.... read it in a different angle.... Still any doubts..., then read the comments of Rajni-Nurse... it will be cleared.
Still didn''t get it.?... then the answer is.....
a) Inherent weakness and loud mouthing, b) Infighting...

Thursday, May 9, 2019
What about bad behaviour of Kerala Nurses towards weak Indian People ? Do you ignore it.

Thursday, May 9, 2019
Indians are stereotypically considered as non confrontational & weak...hence an ideal punching bag

Thursday, May 9, 2019
Do you criticize Indian nurses when they do something wrong ? If not, you do not have right to say anything.

Thursday, May 9, 2019
Why always Indians are targeted by Arab National? What they do think about Indian? These national have to clear-up their mind-set. They think Indians are nothing but they should not forget we are the four fourth largest country in any aspect in the world. We are the most renewed nationality/people in the whole world. This such act are never face by any foreign/Arab in India. We Indian always believe in ''Athiti deva bhawa'' & ''Vasudeva Kutumba Bakkam'' - ''Guest is as similar'' as God & ''Whole world is one family''.

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