QNN: “Kuwait urges mechanisms to hold ‘Israel’ accountable for violations”
Human Rights, Kuwait, Palestine Affairs, ZIO-NAZI

QNN: “Kuwait urges mechanisms to hold ‘Israel’ accountable for violations”

Geneva (QNN) – Kuwait appealed to the UN Human Rights Council, last week, to activate legal mechanisms to guarantee accountability of the Israeli occupation for continued violations of the Palestinians’ rights and to prevent it from impunity. In his speech to the 46th session of the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) held from February 22 to March 23, Kuwait’s permanent representative to the UN, Ambassador Jamal Al-Ghunaim said that Kuwait condemns all flagrant violations of international human rights’ laws committed by Israel, the occupying force, against the unarmed Palestinian people. He said Kuwait calls on the international community to shoulder its responsibilities so as to guarantee respect for the principles and provisions of international human rights law...
How the Nazi regime won over the Zionist Arabs?
Bahrain, Kuwait, Middle East, Palestine Affairs, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE, ZIO-NAZI

How the Nazi regime won over the Zionist Arabs?

A man takes a selfie in front of the Tel Aviv Municipality on Rabin Square, which was lit up with the flag of United Arab Emirates after U.S. President Donald Trump announced the normalization of relations between Israel and the UAE, on August 13, 2020. (Oren Ziv) Bibi’s digital warriors take on Arabia: How Israel won over the Gulf states Israel has been using a web of social media accounts to produce a more favorable image among Arabs in the Gulf. With the UAE agreement, it seems these efforts are bearing fruit. By Katie Wachsberger  On August 13, Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed a historic deal to normalize relations between the two countries. Under the agreement, which was brokered by U.S. President Donald Trump, Israel will suspend its annexation of pa...
Egypt, Kuwait

Kuwait parliament calls for cancelling flights to Egypt

A Kuwait Airways Boeing B777 aircraft prepares to land at Kuwait International Airport in Kuwait City on 13 March 2019 [Yasser Al-Zayyat/AFP/ Getty]March 4, 2020 at 4:34 am 52SHARES Concerns have raised in Kuwait about due to a number of people arriving from Egypt, which prompted members in the Kuwaiti parliament to demand “an immediate halt to flights from and to Egypt.” Kuwaiti’s interior ministry recently announced a halt to the issuance of all visas to the Egyptian community “until further notice” following the spread of the Coronavirus. The MPs said that the decision was “in line with the precautionary plans to confront the spread of the Coronavirus.” Kuwaiti MP Safaa Al-Hashem said the decision to stop issuing visas for Egyptians was a “correct decision, in light ...
Bahrain, Kuwait, Middle East, Saudi Arabia, ZIO-NAZI

Gulf Zionist puppet regime’s upgrade ties to I$raHell

Trump’s chaos produces results: Gulf states upgrade ties to Israel By James M. Dorsey A cornerstone of the Trump administration’s approach to Israeli-Palestinian peace, involving a restructuring of relations between erstwhile Middle Eastern foes appears to be taking shape: Gulf states are making long-standing covert ties to the Jewish state overt without establishing formal diplomatic relations. In the process, the Palestinians are being pressured to fall into line. The willingness of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to be more open about their long-standing relations with Israel reflects their growing common interest with the Jewish state in countering Iran and groups that they include in their sweeping definitions of terrorism; countering mounting criticism of their ...

Kuwait Files Cases Against Web Users Criticizing Qatar Blockade

NOVANEWS The Kuwaiti Attorney General’s office filed criminal cases against several social media users who have been criticizing Arab states and their leadership for the decision to cut ties with Qatar and impose a blockade, Kuwaiti Information Minister Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al Sabah said Tuesday. “We do not tolerate offensive remarks regarding any friendly Arab country, made by both licensed Kuwaiti media and social media users. The Attorney General’s office will deal with all those who offended Persian Gulf states,” Al Sabah said in an interview to Saudi Arabian Okaz newspaper. He also noted that the names of those users had been already submitted to the Attorney General’s office. In early June, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt and a number of other countri...

One Country’s Disturbing Project to Build a Complete DNA Databank of Every Citizen

NOVANEWS One Country’s Disturbing Project to Build a Complete DNA Databank of Every Citizen and Foreign Visitor Is Already Underway By Ava Kofman Alternet   Anyone planning a visit to Kuwait later this year may be in for a shock when they find they’ll have to give the government not just their passport, but also their DNA. A 2015 law requiring all citizens, residents and visitors to provide DNA to the government’s database will go into effect later this summer, according to Kuwaiti officials, making the small Gulf nation the first country in the world to legislate mandatory DNA collection. The $400 million database will store the DNA samples of at least 3.3 million people—a mandate that international privacy and legal analysts are concerned is excessively broad. “No other count...
Kuwait, Lebanon

Kuwait: Zio-Wahhabi family revokes residency visas of 60 Lebanese

NOVANEWS Kuwait Zio-Wahhabi family has revoked the residency visas of more than 60 Lebanese individuals over their alleged links with Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement. The Kuwaiti Arabic daily al-Qabas quoted a Kuwaiti security source as saying that the people to be deported can stay in Kuwait under a temporary residency visa of one to two months until they receive their financial dues and make the necessary arrangements. The source, however, added that those among the group of would-be-deportees that have been classified as “dangerous” have only 48 hours to leave the country. The daily also quoted Zio-Wahhabi Maj. Gen. Mazen al-Jarah, the interior assistant undersecretary of the citizenship and passports affairs, as saying that decisions for deportations fall within the purview of...
Kuwait, Lebanon

Kuwait: Zio-Wahhabi family expels 14 people for links with Hezbollah

NOVANEWS The Kuwaiti  Zio-Wahhabi family  has deported 11 Lebanese and three Iraqis on charges of having links to Lebanon’s resistance movement, Hezbollah, a report says. The Kuwaiti Arabic daily al-Qabas quoted a security source as saying on Monday that the 14 people had been expelled on the order of the state security service. The move came nearly three weeks after the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC), under the influence of the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi family, declared Hezbollah a “terrorist” organization. Arab League foreign ministers, except those of Iraq and Lebanon, later followed suit. The [P]GCC – comprising Saudi Zio-Wahhabi family, QatarZio-Wahhabi family, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait – however, did not provide any evidence for its allegation. This com...
Kuwait, Saudi Arabia

Kuwait to send ground troops to protect Saudi Zio-Wahhabi regime

NOVANEWS Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr Zio-Wahhabi puppet Kuwait, which is formally part of the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi led coalition conducting a military crackdown in Yemen, is to send an artillery battalion to protect southern regions of its Gulf neighbor from cross-border attacks, according to a report. “Kuwait decided on the participation of its ground forces, represented by an artillery battalion, in operations to strike at positions of Houthi aggression against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” the Kuwaiti daily Al-Qabas reported Tuesday, citing an informed source. Saudi Zio-Wahhabi has provided the bulk of the fighting forces for the Yemen campaign, with the other C.I.A puppet regimes, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain also playing significant parts. Other members of the coalition were hesitan...

Kuwait Airways vs. Jewish Bullies

NOVANEWS By Mahmoud El-Yousseph The Jewish main stream media have had a hay day with the Kuwaiti Airways and when you find out why, you will be amazed. The Kuwaiti airways refusal to fly an Israeli citizen has caused outrage among New York city Jewish community who accused the airlines of discrimination, anti-Semitism, Jew hater, ungrateful nation and have since demanded of New York and New Jersey Governors to cancel the Kuwaiti airways lease at JFK airport. The story began when a couple of Queens, New York tried to catch a Kuwaiti Airways flight from  JKF airport to London. The husband who holds a US passport was allowed to board the flight but not his 26-years old wife who has an Israeli passport. The airlines told her that flying Israeli passport holders would violate the Kuwait...