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ISIL, ‘Daash’ threaten to shift its fight against Al-Nusra Front inside Kuwait

KUWAIT CITY, May 10: The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and ‘Daash’ have threatened to transfer its fight against Al-Nusra Front inside Kuwait and Saudi Arabia after Saudi security authorities disclosed the arrest of a terrorist cell linked to ‘Daash’ in Saudi Arabia, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

According to the newspaper ‘The Middle East’, through an account on ‘Twitter’ social networking website under the name ‘Saudi mothers and wives of fighters of Daash’, the women threatened that they will assassinate number of individuals in Saudi Arabia, the United Kingdom and Kuwait including Sheikh Adnan Shafi Al-Ajmi and Adnan Al- Arour for supporting Al-Nusra Front. In a related development, the human rights activist Dr Ghanim Al-Najjar declared that the Bedoun detainee Abdulaziz Al-Enezi will return to the country after spending nearly six years in prison in Bagram, Afghanistan. In his account on Twitter website, Al-Najjar said Al-Enezi was captured in Afghanistan in 2008 and his return would not have been possible without the cooperation of several official, public and international bodies, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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