Court Acquitted A Citizen Of Allegedly Joining And Fighting With The Syrian Militant Group
The Criminal Court acquitted a citizen of allegedly joining and fighting with the Syrian militant group Ahrar Al-Sham. The Public Prosecution charged the citizen of perpetrating hostile acts against a foreign country (Syria) without permission from authorities and joining an outlawed organization to receive training on the use of ammunition and destruction of military artilleries. The Public Prosecution insisted the actions of the citizen exposed Kuwait to war and could have damaged political relations. The militant group spreads its principles of deposing political regimes in the Arab world by crumbling its social and economic order.