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DAESH infiltration plans put MoI on red alert Checkpoints set up in Mutla’a, Abdali

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 19: The Interior Ministry is in a state of full alert following information received from inside Iraq that members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) or the so-called DAESH are planning to infiltrate into Kuwait through the northern border, reports Al-Shahed daily.

The daily quoting reliable sources said the Interior Ministry has formed teams of personnel from the State Security, the Borders Security Force, the Rescue Patrols, the Public Security and the Criminal Investigation Department to erect checkpoints around-the-clock in Mutla’a and Abdali and other roads and that orders have been given to stop any suspicious vehicles.

The daily added, the Interior Ministry is monitoring activity at the northern border through fixed CCTV cameras and radars. The daily added, orders have been given to intensify border patrols. The sources said the Interior Ministry has the technical capacity and trained personnel to thwart attempts by terrorist elements to infiltrate into the country according to a strategic security plan that has been developed by the ministry. The self-appointed leader of DAESH had earlier posted a tweet saying, ‘We cannot reach America, but we can drag Washington into the fight when we enter Kuwait and then America will come to us where we can fight them and take revenge’.

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