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‘My house has become a brothel’ - Mother-in-law abused

 KUWAIT CITY, April 16: The Court of First Instance acquitted a Kuwaiti citizen of abusing his mother-in-law. According to the case files, the Public Prosecution accused the suspect of offending his mother-in-law publicly by accusing her of turning her house into a brothel.

Attorney Abdulmohsen Al-Qattan stressed the lack of evidences against his client who had denied the charges. He clarified that his client made offensive remarks when he saw his wife accompanied with a strange man late in the evening.

Jail for Twitterer: The Misdemeanor Court sentenced a Twitter user identified as M. A. to one-year imprisonment with hard labor for posting offensive remarks about Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) on his Twitter account. In a press statement, the prosecution lawyer Duweim Al-Muweizri commended the verdict, urging everyone to avoid offending any religion or tradition. He stressed that believing in prophets is one of the six pillars of faith in Islam, which Allah has ordered people to uphold. He added that the law must never lax in pursuing those who attempt to transgress the reverence and limits of the Islamic religion.

Case re-opened: Former Minister of State for Planning and Development Affairs and Minister of State for National Assembly Affairs Dr Rola Dashti has re-opened the lawsuit which she had filed against for MP Musallam Al-Barrak against the backdrop of the spoiled food issue, reports Al-Qabas daily. It is worth mentioning that the court in Kuwait had already ruled in favor of Dashti and Al-Barrak was ordered to pay her KD 5,001 in temporary compensation but had cancelled the three-month imprisonment sentence in the same case. Dashti in her new civil lawsuit is suing Al- Barrak for KD 250,000 compensation.

Car broken into: The Farwaniya police have taken into custody two people — an Egyptian and a Kuwaiti — for breaking into the vehicle of a Kuwaiti woman and stealing her handbag, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added the woman’s car was parked in the parking lot of a government institution. The handbag contained the woman’s IDs, bank cards and personal possessions. During interrogation the suspects are said to have admitted to committing the crime. Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti woman has filed a complaint with the police accusing an unidentified company of violating the terms of the contract, reports Alam Alyawm daily. She told police she had signed a contract with the company to carry out some work at her home and paid KD 250 but the company is said to have left the work half done.

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