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New Guinness Record: Biggest 24 Hour Clothing Charity in the World by Kuwait

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    • Congratulations for the new Guinness world record you set. But as a University I would like you to attempt the next world record on academic related issue such as invention of something, science and technological break through. Universities are centers of excellence and nurseries for technological developments and innovations that is what GUST stands for not cheap publicity seeking record like the one you got. Actually any person or organization with sufficient funds and membership can easily break your record . You know that GOOGLE was born in a University. You can search for the records set by universities that relate to what universities are uniquely able to do and try such records next time as your current record is non academic.

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  2. Mabrook ya Kuwait!

    It’s funny how some say crap about Kuwait, yet they live in the country. How about leave if you don’t like it? Lol. Pathetic people!

  3. I’m an expat.. and i donate clothes [old/new] almost every other week at the Zakat House [clothes donation box] located in Khaldiya near co-op. GUST could u please collect those as well.. since I’m not so sure anymore about where it really goes from there. I donate assuming its goin to Africa or UN to needy people. Then u get to hear the cleaners sell it in Friday Market?? is it true?? I hope not…

  4. CONGRATULATIONS KUWAIT and GUST for the JOB well done!!!

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  1. David Lee Martin said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 06:42 am)

    Who is getting all this?? Friday Market?

    • Kuwaitiful said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 06:57 am)

      Homeless people, refugees in Arab countries, people who cant afford winter clothing. Try to be optimistic, even if its once in a while.

    • David Lee Martin said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 07:02 am)

      I hope so. There is just so much corruption in kuwait. Yesterday I was at Friday market and I seen luggage bags with small airline tags on them. Just wondering how many people have their "lost luggage" there. this charity really needs to go directly to UN camps. Otherwise it will just be helping ISIL or Hamas.

    • Kuwaitiful said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 08:14 am)

      Thats terrible, do you have photos of the luggage bags?

    • David Lee Martin said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 08:16 am)

      I did not want problems. There were alot of the people there with badges on their shirts. I assume the management.

    • Neven Maher said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 01:54 pm)

      David I agree with you I saw that once too .which is sad thing .and personally I dont trust anyone for Donations .

  2. Rencerhyan Unotan said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 07:35 pm)

    Im so proud coz the daughtr of my madam is one of the organizer of ths event

  3. Latifa Al-Haqhaq said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 06:55 am)

    Congratulations kuwait! A great accomplishment by all whom donated Kuwaitis and expats, thank you for making this happen and helping all the people in need inshall

  4. Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 05:21 am)

    it maybe for a good cause. Kuwait is worried about breaking records but yet they cannot correct the problems they have in their country such is fraud, corruption, going after their own for breaking laws which cause many people in Kuwait to become victims. When it is one of their own they tried to sweep it under the rug and turn their cheek. They can laugh, joke and think hey are innocent while the people who are victims have to suffer in their country when they turn another cheek allowing this to happen. They talk they are tough on crime but when it comes to their own they avoid it or try to cover it up.

    • Ramzi Zeidan said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 06:05 am)

      So true

    • Latifa Al-Haqhaq said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 06:50 am)

      Oh please thats how it is in the whole world, its just because kuwait is a small country that u can see it more obviously, if u dont like the country ur not forced to stay here! Stop with the negative comments these people did an amaaazing thing something to be proud of

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 07:02 am)

      Prime example look at the comment from Latifa. Let me say something how is it telling the truth being negative??? Must have struck a nerve. If your saying telling the truth is negative then you must be in the same boat with the others who try to cover things up?? Yes they did some amazing things but yet they cover up the problem.

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 07:04 am)

      And blaming others for their problems when we all know who cause the problems. Now if you call blaming expats is your way of covering up the problem then you seriously need help.

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 07:06 am)

      There are some respectable and deserving people in Kuwait who deserve the praise but there are others who cause problems but yet they hide and pay people off not to get exposed. So tell us all how is the truth being negative???

    • Weng Shel said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 09:54 am)

      So true

    • Latifa Al-Haqhaq said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 01:26 pm)

      There is a time and place for everything this is the time for u to put this negative comments! No thank god i do my best to be the best person i can, and thats all of us can do, all im saying is ur not forced to be here theres corruption everything in the world so dont pick on kuwait, but when people r trying to make a big change in other people lives by doing good and providing clothes to the needy and all u can do is is pull out a comment like that, then im sorry for u, shows what kind a person u r, in the end everyone sees stuff in their own perception

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 09:02 pm)

      Again why do you avoid what I said. Is telling the truth being negative???

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 09:04 pm)

      2nd most of all I think your perception and comprehension is not clear when you read what I posted because there are many who agree with what I had to say.

    • Yousef Ali Hussain Ghaith said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 11:46 pm)

      Dod bill a simple question bro. Hows united states? Is it safer than kuwait?. I agree with you about the law violators. But im seing that people in united states is doing worst what local does here... I see more rape/killing/etc victims in U.S than kuwait.. Not hating but thats what you are doing :). Thank you

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 11:49 pm)

      People are seriously not getting it do they. I never said anything about any countries are innocent it is happening every where. You must not understand what I am trying to say take a good hard look at whats really going on. Kuwait claims they are tough on laws but yet but when one of their own gets caught doing something they turn a blind eye and try to sweep it under the rug.

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 11:51 pm)

      Noone is saying anything about hating period.

    • Promod Mathew John said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 12:08 am)

      My dear Yousef have u been to USA? Bcz of America Kuwaiti people are you knw that America got bases in Kuwait...

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 12:11 am)

      I guess some fail to realize that if it was not for U.S Kuwait would not be Kuwait. If people who say different is not correct because I know I served during the Iraq invasion. I like to know why do Kuwait Lawyers especially who are ex Kuwaiti Judge allowed to violate laws in Kuwait???

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 12:13 am)

      Why is it that everyone knows the Kuwait Lawyers association do nothing to corrupt and law breaker lawyers. Then they use their influence in hopes to keep things quiet and try to stop cases against them?????

    • Yousef Ali Hussain Ghaith said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 12:43 am)

      @john i know kuwait is nothing without USA.. But were talking about laws here.. Dont you think the same thing is happening in your country? Because they are also using their *influence*?

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 12:50 am)

      In the U.S. yes there are laws but there are some influence but yet there are not afraid to punish those who break the law. But 9 times out of 10 influence do not hep when there is greater evidence against the person. Unlike Kuwait when you have evidence and I mean hard evidence some overlook that evidence.

    • Yousef Ali Hussain Ghaith said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 01:02 am)

      So whos story are you telling me here ? :). Did you know that there are a lots of royal bloods / *lawyers* that are in jail because of *influence that you are saying?

    • Yousef H. Alshammari said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 01:05 am)

      @dod bill...hello there, yes it is true that the usa helped kuwait and u werent the only person involved and have some insight to what happened. It would be considered helping us until you a Mathew previously boasted about it like we owe u something. It is the duty of the leading superpower to protect its interests and demolish its enemies which was the gulf war basically. In regards to ur confusion on the lack of "justice" in kuwait and the corruption that is clearly out there. You are absolutely correct my friend it exists horribly and im sure more people than myself have been victims to this institutionalized distribution of power. This idea of stratification is present in all societies where in the usa for example u have race and gender being institutionalized. Simply clarifying the nature of society not a justification, something should be done but then again do those in power give a shit? One more thing Dod, what the young lady meant about negative comments was simply a request that ur comment stays relevant to the context of this facebook thread which is helping the unfortunate. I do agree with her in that sense and i do agree with u in a sense of frustration to the legal system. I hope my reply was as objective as possible and have clarified a few things. Another disclaimer of mine is that i wish not to debate anything but if u are interested in a deeper debate u are welcome to msg me. Until then, i urge u to value ur perspective before sharing it for it only breeds unsolvable problems given the context of this thread. Thank you Dod.

    • Dod Bill said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 01:08 am)

      give me a break blowing context out of proportion. Nothing to debate about period. If telling the truth being negative then I guess you need help. I must have struck a nerve.

    • Yousef H. Alshammari said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 01:26 am)

      Actually im quite calm right now but if u say so. The truth is never negative but whats the use when you have a post about charity and u come in like yo hey people u guys know the legal system sucks there right? Wtf?! How is that a contexual and logical response. What you eat doesnt make me shit Dod so you can have your break now, good bye and I hope u achieve some level of mental clarity when addressing a subject. A soldier should have more of a sophisticated mindset.

    • Erma Gaborno said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 06:39 pm)

      A lot of people are so pessimistic;(;(. Fraud and corruption are universal. Crimes are everywhere too. You find bad and good people everywhere too.But why people hate Kuwait so much.

  5. Theodora Constantinople said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 05:47 am)

    Lets look at the CAUSE WHICH IS THE BASIS OF THIS POST!!! Is it really necessary to be rude an negative?? They like all people and ALL COUNTRIES have their positives an negatives jeeez give them a break let us praise the good you know POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT an all that......

  6. Valentina Ulatan said: (on January 31, 2015 @ 09:40 pm)

    for whom? can we take some? it free for us?

  7. DC Washington said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 12:16 pm)

    Its a great contribution to less fortunate...ThankU for generosity...Happy to Give, Happy to Recieve.....Big Smile to everyone...Allah Akbar....

  8. Vikki Molina Dashti said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 05:58 am)

    Some people are so negative when Kuwait is doing something better... haters gonna hate... mabrouk to all who made this happen.

  9. Muhammad Asim Ali said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 08:46 pm)

    Give for Allah my dear brothers and sisters dont give for making world genius record.

  10. Lyneve Pingmalu said: (on January 31, 2015 @ 09:47 pm)


  11. Gail Gabrielse said: (on January 31, 2015 @ 07:21 pm)

    Well it should be...All they do is shop and eat!

    • Yousef H. Alshammari said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 02:25 am)

      Are u jealous?! Funny how people from the west envy our relatively higher financial welfare when we take care of our poor better than your money and power hungry countries. Sure were lagging in many social issues but we take care of our own unlike the treatment of homeless people in your extreme-capitalism based countries. That is all, you can piss off now.

    • Agattaki Kimmot said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 05:21 am)

      someone just got burned.........

    • Erma Gaborno said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 06:58 pm)

      They have the money to shop. How jealous, poor you;(;(.

  12. شمس الصباح said: (on February 3, 2015 @ 05:18 am)


  13. Maighdlyn Lussier said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 08:02 pm)

    How can we find out about similar events happening in the future?

  14. Ravi Kumar said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 05:50 am)

    hey, i would like to donate cloths too.. please let me know if there is any such event n the future

  15. Promod Mathew John said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 12:00 am)

    Also they dont care about food ... They will order a lot n waste it... Personally i feel sad when i see the amount of food they are wasting...

  16. Lidia Yanakievska said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 10:35 pm)


  17. Sittie Kasim Benito said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 03:31 pm)

    Congrats Kuwaitis...job well done...there is no wonder to receive negative comment because " negative is the opposite of positive " as in good is the opposite of bad... good deeds will be criticize by fault finders... bad deeds will be criticize by fault finders... hahahahahaha what d small world after all....

  18. Salome Salva Adtoon said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 06:06 am)

    coNgratz kuwait..oNe of my employer doNateD alot of clothes,making a big eFfOrt to break the recoRd,..nOw they bring home the bAcON!..coNgratz!

  19. Lillian Moeller said: (on February 1, 2015 @ 05:31 am)

    Yousef do u really think its only Kuwaitis who have donated. To ur information no people whatever nationality have to sleep on the street in Denmark if they dont choose to live that way???

  20. Lieny Dumapit Acero said: (on January 31, 2015 @ 09:55 pm)

    More blessings to those good hearted Kuwaiti peeps. ..

  21. Alona Gloria Baniqued said: (on February 3, 2015 @ 08:14 am)


  22. Luisa Manrique said: (on February 3, 2015 @ 07:01 am)

    Amen,to GOD be the glory,GOD give seed to the farmer,GOD bless Kuwait.

  23. Toni Jolic said: (on February 3, 2015 @ 04:08 am)

    I am so proud of my students. Theyve shown maturity and compassion beyond their age. Mabrook!

  24. Ammu Mohammed said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 11:31 pm)

    charity is no use if there is no people save first we have to save peoples in all over world then we can do this things if we do before saving peoples its looks like a we are just showing to all...................

  25. Lingrasay Duna Cabulan said: (on February 2, 2015 @ 07:33 pm)

    wow my boy was given donate a lots of clothes maybe it is here...alhamdolillah

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