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Kuwaiti security forces summon three citizens included in terrorism list

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Kuwaiti State Security summoned the three Kuwaitis named in the list of terrorism issued by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE and Bahrain early Saturday morning.

Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain announced in a joint statement a list of 59 individuals and 12 entities on their terrorism lists, revealing those who are funded and supported by the state of Qatar with money and weapons.

Kuwait newspaper, Al-Qabas, which reported the news, stated that the three Kuwaitis included in the terrorism list issued Friday were Hajjaj al-Ajami, Hakem al-Mutaimi and Hamed al-Ali. Security forces placed them under strict supervision for some time, and had their passports withdrawn.

Informed sources told the newspaper that the State Security Service is in the process of summoning the three Kuwaitis, who are classified as extremist ideologues, and after being named in the list issued by the four countries, they are again called to be testified along with others.

The sources pointed out that the Kuwaiti security authorities will ask their counterpart in Saudi Arabia and other countries for the latest information and data on sleeper cells that were recently monitored in the region, in order to halt attacks.