Bedoun Martyrs Files Sent To MoI Over The Possibility Of Naturalization
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The Director- General of the Martyr’s Office Salah Al-Oufan was recently quoted as saying the office is considered the only one in the world that cares for the families of martyrs who do not hold the nationality of the country, pointing out that it cares for the families of the martyrs of 17 Bedoun and those who are known as illegal residents, reports Al-Rai daily.

On the issue of naturalization of the children of the Bedoun martyrs, he said, the office has sent all the files to the Ministry of Interior, to discuss the possibility of naturalization of what he called, ‘the beneficiaries’.

During an interview, Al-Oufan told the daily the Martyr’s Office is preparing to commemorate the brutal Iraqi invasion on August 2, with works of art which will be held at the Avenues and 360 malls for three days. He also disclosed the office has sent the files of Bedoun martyrs to the Ministry of Interior to discuss the possibility of naturalization of eligible persons from the category of this people.

On the commemoration of martyrs he said this is done irrespective of the sex or nationality but based on human rights to every martyr and without discrimination. The work of commemoration is limited to printing of the name of martyr in the minds of Kuwaitis, citizens of the Gulf, Arabs and the world society at large through all available means, whether media, educational or otherwise, that guarantees and ensures message reached the public on all occasions at the local, Gulf, Arab and international forums. He went on to say the most important occasions prepared by the Martyr’s Office are celebrations of national holidays and liberation day.

In the past the office has participated in the national production which was held under the patronage of His Highness the Amir through an art work that falls under the national opera art depicting pictures of sacrifices of martyrs of Kuwait.

The work is considered the largest national technical work carried out by the Martyr’s Office in cooperation with a group of professors and academics with the participation of 70 international, Arab and Gulf actors, and after the success of this experiment “we strive to provide the best. We are approaching the 30th anniversary of the Martyr’s Office.” Speaking of the invasion of Kuwait, he said, the day of Aug 2, is a day that the Kuwaiti citizen will not forget, and it will remain in the memory for time because this day is one of the darkest days that is witnessed by Kuwaitis in their history – the very painful and joyous at the same time … joyful because it reminds us of the cohesion and solidarity among the people of this country.

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