KUWAIT: Kuwait issued on Thursday a strong "condemnation and denunciation" of the Zionist entity's decision to allow extremists to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque under the protection of government forces. Kuwait's foreign ministry, in a statement, described the act as part of a continuing trend of "serious violations" committed by the Zionist entity's occupational authority, which "constitute a flagrant violation of international law and the Geneva Conventions, stoke a spirit of violence and tension and threaten international peace and security."

It went on to call on the United Nations Security Council to "assume its responsibilities to curb these violations and compel the occupying power to stop its attacks on the brotherly Palestinian people, their land and their holy sites." - KUNA