Oil, tourism and dress: Why do Arabs hate their Gulf neighbors?

Oil, tourism and dress: Why do Arabs hate their Gulf neighbors?
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I think by mentioning "Gulf" you were referring to the Persian Gulf.

Anyhow, I don't hate anyone, anyhow, whatsoever. But. the stereotyping which has clouded all arabian states around the Persian Gulf is the outcome of the luxurious and carefree spendings of the prince and officials who also hold high ranks in the political system.
For example, when people witness the open and broad prostitution at clubs in dubai during the night time what else would be expected. How could official close an eye to all that kind of activities while announce their society as islamic one?
the contradictory of words and deeds and undeniable profligating culture has come up with what even other arabs conceive them as such mentioned in the article.

To clarify (not verified) Mon, 09/03/2012 - 18:31

Thank you for writing an honest article that's free from the usual bs of Arab writing. And I'm glad you described the way migrants are actually treated rather than to give your readers a lecture on Islam teachings on how laborers should be treating.
I agree with you that non-Gulfers blame their own political failures on intervention by Gulfers in their internal affairs. But there's no denying that the Saudi & Qatari regimes pours billions of dollars to support fascist parties (Islamists). Like the Kuwaitis discovered, these fascists have the loyalty of a snakesto its next meal.
I look forward to the day that Gulf "citizens" take control of their own wealth and cut off funding for the retarded parties in other Arab & African countries.
Similarly, when liberalism sweeps over the Gulf and the gender aparteid regimes fall, there will not be need for Gulf men to "buy" sex from Egyptian, Moroccan or Thai women.

Anonymous (not verified) Sun, 09/02/2012 - 19:40

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