Lawyer filed case against increase in hospital fee for expats

Monday, April 22, 2019

Lawyer Abdellatif Fahd Al-Ameer presented a petition against ministerial decision 127/2019 to increase fees for expats who visit hospital emergency departments.

According to Kuwait Times newspaper report, in its petition, he demanded its cancellation because it clashes with the law and sharia.

He said the decision is unjust and malicious, an abuse of authority by the health minister and contradicts the constitution and Islamic sharia.

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Shumaila Khan
Saturday, April 27, 2019
I wonder What Shariah Board (Islamic Advisory Board or Religious Board) is doing on this decision. Islam is the religion of Humanity, don''t they have any objection for such decision … Or when it comes to money making business then there is no ALLAH or religion ?????

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
God bless you. But nothing will happen in this matter also because law makers and judges will close their eyes once again.

Monday, April 22, 2019
Alhamdulillah alhamdulilah. At least some one is bothered about us. May Allah grant you success in the step u have taken. All those who live in this climatic condition suffer with different types of diseases. if the fees is going to increased like this it will be very difficult to live healthy here.

Monday, April 22, 2019
Lawyer Abdellatif Fahd Al-Ameer.

May Allah give you strength.

Thanks behalf all expat community.

Monday, April 22, 2019
Masha Allah... May Allah bless you... there are people like you, when faith in humanity is restored.
Insha Allah you will win because you have questioned the authority on the basis of islamic law.

Monday, April 22, 2019
Hats off to Mr. Abdellatif Fahd Al-Ameer. Even the thought of being considerate towards humanity is worth the praise.
There are a lot of expat people who cant afford this high cost.

Sunday, April 21, 2019
We will pray God for Lawyer Abdellatif Fahd Al-Ameer to give him full Confident, Support and Good Health and he will be the winner for the case.

Sunday, April 21, 2019
May god bless his kind hearted thoughts. When a person purchase insurance before taking residency permit should be allowed to use the facilities. But in Kuwait what minister say is a law and what an MP spoke is a order.

Rather than imposing more charges(Discriminating) on expats they can think about how to abolish illegal entry into the country, iquama selling, buildings without proper amenities such as parking water etc.

Sunday, April 21, 2019
May Allah help poor expertise who can not pay this much fee and may Allah gave loving thought to all rich people to care to poor expertise and May Allah give Lawyer Abdellatif Fahd Al-Ameer
strength and steadfastness to and give Barakh in your Health and Wealth and may Allah bless you

Sunday, April 21, 2019
I am in kuwait nearly 35 years. Kuwait was extremely taking care and and giving full medical facilities of its citizens and expatriates in those days and exceptionally on par with world medical facilities. Such a philanthropist country taking this kind of action in essential service like Medical field more shocking making the people to suffer more and more. I hope kuwait will cease to implement this action as early as possible

Sunday, April 21, 2019
A positive step. Hoping for a expat favorable result..

Liyakat Kala
Sunday, April 21, 2019
God bless the "Lawyer Abdellatif Fahd Al-Ameer".

Sunday, April 21, 2019
ZajakALLAHUkhair Mr. Abdellatif may ALLAH give you success and patience regarding this.

I request all IIK users please support Mr. Abdellatif by commenting their views & Suggestions.

Indian Friend
Sunday, April 21, 2019
Good, all the best.
May Allah bless you with good health and give you success here and hereafter.

Your Brother
Sunday, April 21, 2019
JazakAllah Khair

If Injustice happening then someone should raise their voice and that is your brother!
May Allah give you strength and steadfastness and give Barakh in your Health and Wealth.

Ali Asgar
Sunday, April 21, 2019
Hopefully there is some one to hear
There will be an outcome to the petition

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