This Pot Is Not Melting
The general gist is that nationals account for only 21% of the population and they feel that their culture and livelihood is at risk. I won't go into the pros and cons of that here, but I was struck by this comment:
Furthermore, if nationals were to complain against the expatriates, who have more privileges than they do, they would be branded as racist.
I would love to know in what sense expats have more privileges than locals. The only thing I can think of is that non-Muslim expats can get a booze licence and buy pork.
If there are any other privileges we're entitled to, somebody please tell me!