Kuwait Prophet Mohammad remarks

Despite Kuwaiti official orders foreigners who participated in the Fahaheel march after Friday prayers in support of Prophet Muhammad will be deported.

According to Arab Times, sources confirmed on Sunday that they will be deported from Kuwait for violating the country’s rules and regulations, which prohibit expats from organising sit-ins or rallies.

Expats from the Fahaheel region who organised the demonstration in defiance of Kuwaiti official orders were ordered to be arrested and brought in.

According to Al Rai, detectives are in the process of apprehending them and referring them to the deportation centre, where they will be deported to their respective countries and barred from entering Kuwait again.

The instructions stated that all expats in Kuwait must follow Kuwaiti regulations and refrain from participating in any form of demonstration.

India has already informed Kuwait that it had taken stern action against people who made derogatory statements against minorities on Twitter.

“Ambassador Sibi George had a meeting in the Foreign Office in which concerns were raised with regard to some offensive tweets by individuals in India,” the Spokesperson of the Embassy In response to a media enquiry about the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ comment on provocative tweets in India, the Indian Embassy in Kuwait said. Those who made derogatory remarks have already been punished severely.

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Concerned parties also issued a statement in which they expressed respect for all religions and condemned insults to religious figures as well as the denigration of any religion or group. People have been incited by vested interests who are opposed to India-Kuwait relations by making insulting remarks.

After their reported harsh remarks against minorities, the Bharatiya Janata Party removed Nupur Sharma from the party’s primary membership and expelled Delhi media head Naveen Kumar Jindal.

“The tweets, according to the ambassador, do not reflect the views of the Indian government in any way. These are the viewpoints of the periphery “The spokeswoman stated.

“”In keeping with our civilizational heritage and strong cultural traditions of unity in diversity,” the spokesperson continued, “the Government of India accords the highest respect to all religions.” The statement also urged the two countries to work together to combat such nefarious groups that seek to undermine the strength of bilateral ties.

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