This looks like a disgruntled person possibly a male who does not like the 'brethren' community. Why? It is because, you use pastor and elder in the same sentence with the brethren context.
Irrespective of the brethren community's various shortcomings, but not many Kerala brethren would accept being called pastor.
About assembly elders stopping a person that too in the Gulf from participating in the Lords table because you wear ornaments, the fact that 'her husband' seemingly is scared of being scrutnized by an elder who is his boss and birthdays not being celebrated. I am product of the 'brethren movement' in the Gelf since my childhood. I accept there were/are a lot of rigidity and money minded elements in the assemblies. But to my best understanding/recollection (till 2014 when I was there), I have not heard of any assemblies banning or embarassing anyone for these reasons. The people there in Gulf have a strong youth base who are pretty much open and participate in various church ministeries irrespective of denominations. Though I do not agree to that, I am only stating it as a fact. If this was about the KB in Kerala or any part of India - it is understandable.
But the most confusing of the statements in this blog is that, they plan to separate and he plans to quit his job. Okay why will he quit his job because of that? Elders telling women should not work, that too in the Gulf? People barging into others home uninvited? Okay, these are things which I have never seen or heard. People in the Gulf call you before they come to your place. And large gatherings at homes are not allowed, especially if there is noise of singing or prayer. You could get arrested. No brother in his right mind will make statement that the wife should sit at home and work. 90% of the brethren believers wives are either nurses or in some profession. Incidentally, they earn more than their husbands in most cases. Just saying. And when you say riyal, if your husband does not restrict you from flashy clothes in public, the Saudi police will. And church gatherings, I dont recollect hearing about brethren churches or assemblies in Saudi. It is always spoken in hush tones.
Point is, this blog and article has loads of loopholes which shows that the writer wants some kind of 'fame' by making ludicris statements that look more pentecostal that brethren.