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Deputy Foreign Minister eulogizes martyrs Al-Ali, Al-Husseini
August 19, 2017, 8:50 am
Kuwaitis and residents participate in the two prominent citizens, the Grand Mosque Imam Dr. Waleed Al-Ali and Fahad Al-Husseini eulogy.

Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah eulogized on Friday the two prominent citizens, the Grand Mosque Imam Dr. Waleed Al-Ali and Fahad Al-Husseini, who were killed in a recent terrorist attack in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

The deputy foreign minister, in a statement after expressing condolences at a mourning gathering, attended by a large number of grieving citizens and expatriates, lauded the two scholars who had served Islam, conveying the heavenly message to people in remote areas.

The Foreign Ministry had followed up on the terrorist incident that resulted in killing the two sheikhs, he said, affirming Kuwait's condemnation of such blatant actions and rejection of all forms of terrorism.
Meanwhile, Yacoub Al-Hussein, Fahad's uncle, expressed gratitude to all people who have shown sympathy, noting "terrorism has no identity," re-affirming the Kuwaitis' commitment to charitable activities.

For his part, Abdullah, Waleed's brother, lauded His Highness the Amir's initiative to bring back coffins of the two martyrs aboard an Amiri aircraft.

The martyrs were known for their role in preaching Islam and offering aid to the needy in Burkina Faso, said MP Abdulkarim Al-Kanderi.
Kuwait has been engulfed with somber sentiments due to the scholars' martyrdom and simultaneous demise of the iconic actor, Abdulhussein Abdulredha.

Source: KUNA

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