Kuwait can’t wait to get hands on ISIS fugitives
The Kuwaiti government is eagerly awaiting the deportation of Hussein Aldhafiri, who has been identified as a member of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Since his passport has already been cancelled, the Kuwaiti Embassy told the Philippine government in a letter dated April 10 that it issued “temporary travel documents for transferring him as soon as possible to the State of Kuwait.”
“Hussein A Z O Aldhafiri also has a standing warrant of arrest issued against him by the Prosecutor General in relation to Crimes Against Security Case Number 7/2017,” the Embassy indicated.
The Embassy revealed that “evidence obtained by Kuwait’s state security agencies also showed that he is planning to carry out terroristic attacks in the State of Kuwait.”
Last March 25, Philippine authorities captured Hussein along with his wife, Syrian Rahaf Zina in Taguig City at the request of the Kuwaiti government.
Zina turned out to be the widow of Abu Jandal Al-Kuwaiti, the number two military commander of ISIS operating in Syria.
Aldhafiri and Zina were placed in the custody of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Saturday (April 8) after being held at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI).