[ltr]Report: Dozens of Kuwaitis in Daash them governors and media workers[/ltr][ltr]
Kuwait-Iraq Press -28 May: fight dozens of Kuwaiti citizens in the ranks of the organization ,"Daash" in Iraq and Syria, according to a news report said Saturday.
The newspaper quoted "opinion" Kuwaiti newspaper on Saturday quoted sources, that thereare assigned undercover to take the pledge ofallegiance Kuwaitis who wish to join the organization 's alleged successor of Abu Bakr al -Baghdadi.
And track the newspaper report , the steps through which the Kuwaitis even access to tenderness "Aldaashah capital of the caliphate , " pointing out that Al - Jahra is more exporting regions of Doaash in Kuwait while with income Export urban line aswell.
The report pointed to the work of the coordinator is responsible for the introduction of the fighters to the region in which theyare fighting person, pointing out that 2014 saw the largest influx of Kuwaitis to Daash while the number declined in thefollowing two years.
The report recounted the story of a Kuwaiti citizen referred to as (M.h) went to fight with Daash but he escaped and eventually returned to Kuwait and shaved his beard, convinced that at the end of his journey that Daash far from Islam.
With respect to the positions of Kuwaitis in Daash, the report said that a number of tasks entrusted to the Kuwaitis in Daash,and they were not just ordinary soldiers, noting that "some of them took positions in the organization, many of whom served as governor from whom he was responsible (legally), from whom he was responsible media. "
And whether there was Doaash Kuwaitis met al - Baghdadi, the report states that "certainly, Valbgdada real character and she met a Kuwaiti and non - Kuwaiti personalities."
The report quoted Secretary of the centrist Center of the Ministry of Religious Endowments Dr. Abdullah partner that " thecenter received a number of parents who suspect that their children or their relatives have Aldaasha thought," pointing out that "succeeded a lot of Almnasahat in this regard , " .anthy (1)