The ever present dur­ing the heinous in­va­sion

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In­for­ma­tion Min­istry’s As­sis­tant Un­der­sec­re­tary for In­for­ma­tion Ser­vices and New Me­dia Yousuf Mustafa told us a story that many may not know, and un­for­tu­nately his­tory did not doc­u­ment it. “When broad­cast sys­tems were down, we went to the house of Sheikh Mo­ham­mad Al-Yousuf in Salwa be­cause we could broad­cast from there, as he is known to be a HAM ra­dio hob­by­ist,” Mustafa said. “We re­mained there for two days be­fore be­ing or­dered to leave. The house was burned down soon af­ter­wards.”

“My un­cle Mo­ham­mad Al-Yousuf car­ried the ban­ner af­ter my late fa­ther,” Lt Colonel Sheikh Athbi Khalid Al-Yousuf AlSabah said. “We went through life with his com­pas­sion, love and care for us. He is the strength and ex­am­ple for us.”

My un­cle Lt Gen­eral Mo­ham­mad AlYousuf in an ex­am­ple of sin­cer­ity and hard work,” Sheikh Athbi added. “He is also an ex­am­ple of the loyal and lov­ing cit­i­zen of Kuwait and its peo­ple. Sheikh Mo­ham­mad Al-Yousuf can­not be de­scribed by words about his fa­ther­hood and love for us. I pray to Almighty Al­lah to pro­tect him and keep him for us.”

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