“The journalist, who was interviewing me about a week ago, asked about having a Christian minister,” said the Rev Amanuel Ghareb, who said he was the only pastor in the Arabian Peninsula with local citizenship. “I said we have people who could be chosen to be ministers. They are educated people. So this is my answer: why not? It was a wish. We are not asking for it.”
But Mr Ghareb’s “wish” snowballed. Television crews and journalists descended on his church for interviews and newspaper opinion columns mulled the idea. HERE more about the debate in Kuwait in an article in The National of the UAE by James Calderwood.