The women seized the opportunity of the creation of a new website named ‘Children Left Behind’ to upload dozens of stories about American mothers reporting that their kids were the result of affairs with Saudi, Kuwaiti, Qatari and Emirati students, saying that the fathers abandoned them and disappeared. Creators of the website, which has English and Arabic interfaces, stressed that it mainly aims at highlighting those mothers’ ordeals and help them reunite with their kids’ legitimate fathers.
One of the website’s administrators said that the number of American single mothers contacting the website to share their experiences was steadily growing. The website, which has so far been visited by over 1.5 million people, said that the phenomena started back in the 1980s, dropped a little in the 1990s, then gradually increased later on after so many GCC university students abandoned their companions. — Al-Rai
----After all of these years the topic has come to Kuwait. Saudi Children Left Behind, Kuwaiti Children Left behind and Qatari Children Left Behind
Here's a Arab Times link with a totally different translation. No, Arab Times the sites are not "A group of American women have begun to track down university students from Kuwait for illegally impregnating their daughters and giving birth to children, reports Al-Rai daily." They are websites for women who have children, they must have Google translated *face palm*