She reported the incident to the police thereafter.
According to the case file, the suspect was arrested after it was proven that he was planning to carry out terrorist acts in the country.
The concerned authorities first became suspicious after he joined the DAESH organization.
There are four tiers: The Kuwaitis are far and away at the top of the social system, wealthy and powerful if for no other reason than they are Kuwaiti, and seemingly able to get away with anything, including breaking laws meant for everyone else.
Then there are the professional ex-pats, including Western teachers, Egyptian, Palestinian, Lebanese and other mostly Middle Eastern nationalities who manage businesses or are in a profession requiring a college education. The labor force is made up of Egyptians, Pakistanis and Indians doing manual labor and the ubiquitous construction and building.
At the bottom of the ladder is the domestic help, mostly Sri Lankan, Filipina, and Indonesian ladies who clean, cook, and care for Kuwaiti children as live-in servants.
Some people, however, would say it’s more accurate to call the domestics workers house slaves, as they are utterly powerless.
Many of the private schools operate below-board and deserve their bad reputations.
But generally, I think a school with American or British in its name will be a better choice than others.
This is in part because of their wealth and the fact Kuwaitis can afford private education for their children.