Monday , December 18 2017

‘No extremist sermons’ – Call to deport expats

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 2, (KUNA): Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaaqoub Al-Sane said sunday the ministry has started tackling unlicensed mosques that were build on state-owned lands, thus violating “sanctity of public funds.” The ministry has formed a special committee to solve “the dilemma” of the unlicensed mosques, usually built from tin, Al-Sane, also Minister of Justice, told reporters on sidelines of a reception held by the Algerian Embassy on occasion of the country’s independence day.

Al-Sane said the ministry would follow the necessary procedures to deal with any Imam of any mosque who “use the religious address for extremist purposes.” He said the Ministry of Awqaf has special mechanism to maintain the “moderate religious address.” On the relations with Algeria, Al-Sane cited a recent visit by his Algerian counterpart that resulted in an agreement on the exchange of legal and judicial expertise.

Call to deport expats
A security source disclosed that directives have been issued from the Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Al- Khalid to deport any person among the foreigners who instigated or participated directly or indirectly in the fight in Hawalli where a person lost his life. The source added the main suspects will remain in custody until investigation and legal procedures are concluded before referring them to justice.

Check Also

500 Arab expats deported for fighting, violating traffic rules

KUWAIT CITY, Oct 8: Five hundred Arabs who were engaged in fights, committed serious traffic …

Translate »