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Sadeq mosque to remain as ‘testimony to terrorist act’ – Visitors will be allowed to see damage

KUWAIT: Al-Sadeq mosque administration decided to postpone repairing the damage it sustained in the suicide bomb explosion in order to allow more visitors see it so that it could remain as a standing testimony to the terrorist act and pain Kuwait suffered from the heinous attack. The mosque’s supervisor added that photos documenting the blast would be displayed around the mosque. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education announced its intention to organize school trips to the mosque with the aim of enhancing social consolidation and rejecting hatred and violence amongst students.

Contempt of court
Informed sources said that the judiciary filed a complaint against former MP, Khalid Al-Sultan accusing him of slandering the judiciary and questioning its decisions in a statement he recently made about the Abdaly cell.

Pakistani found dead
A 45-year-old Pakistani was recently found dead at his residence in Jleeb Al-Shoyukh, said security sources noting that the body was referred to forensic medicine pending further investigations.

By Meshaal Al-Enezi

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