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Kuwaiti Detained for 21 Days for His Tweets, Amid Calls to Have His Citizenship revoked


By Nancy Messieh – http://bit.ly/wWOKkY @nfm
Facing a prison sentence as a result of statements made on Twitter seems to have become the norm in Kuwait.

Kuwaiti Twitter user Mohammad al-Mulaifi could be joining the ranks of Nasser Abul and Mubarak al-Bathali who both served prison sentences because of their tweets.Today, reports have emerged that Mohammad al-Mulaifi was detained by the Kuwaiti secret police over a week ago, with the public prosecutor detaining him for 21 days pending investigation. Al-Mulaifi has been accused of insulting the Muslim Shi’ite minority, which in al-Bathali’s case led to a three year prison sentence.Continue here: http://tnw.co/AbEUl9 
Via thenextweb.com



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