5 Suspects Get 10 Years In Prison With Hard Labor For Collecting Cash For DAESH
Category: Kuwait Local News

The Court of Appeals upheld the verdict of the Court of First Instance that sentenced five suspects to 10 years in prison with hard labor, while two others were declared innocent, of collecting donations from some tribesmen to support Al-Nusra and DAESH.

The court also fined one of the suspects 1,500 Euros or its Kuwaiti dinar equivalent, while another was fined KD 20,000 and the other 5,000 Euros.

The Public Prosecution charged the suspects with carrying out hostile activities against the Syrian regime from 2012 until May 19, 2015 without permission from the government. Two of the suspects purportedly joined DAESH, whereas others were involved in recruiting people for the terrorist group and joining procedures them by providing funds. The action has exposed Kuwait to danger of severing political ties with the concerned country. Six of the suspects reportedly funded terrorism directly or indirectly as they collected money sent to DAESH in Syria.



29 Jan, 2016 0 939
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