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Gulf press highlightes Friday's terrorist attack in Kuwait.

KUWAIT, June 27 (KUNA) -- The daily press of the GCC countries highlighted on Saturday the deadly bombing that targeted a mosque packed with worshippers in Kuwait on Friday. In Abu Dhabi, Bayan newspaper said in an editorial, titled, "with Kuwait against terrorism," that the "terrorism of hate has shifted this time to the sisterly State of Kuwait targeting Imam Al-Sadiq Mosque in Al-Sawaber. This blatant explosion brought into recollections the explosions that happened in sisterly Saudi Arabia." "It is a flagrant crime carried out by terrorist groups that have no regard to innocent lives and aimed to foment discords and promote animosities and tearing apart social fabrics of nations." In Riyadh, Al-Watan daily called for urgent action by the GCC states to avert recurrence of such incidents. "The clear objective of terrorism is to foment sectarian sedition among peoples through destabilization." Al-Sharq, another Saudi daily, wrote that the desperate bids by "Daesh" to destabilize security of the Gulf would not draw support of the peoples and would not succeed in undermining confidence between the governments and the peoples. In Manama, Al-Bilad newspaper highlighted the bloody event with the title, "the blind terrorism strikes Kuwait." Al-Ayyam newspaper titled its front page, "the black terrorism hits Kuwait, France and Tunisia." Al-Wasat headlined, "the Friday of terrorism smears Kuwait and Tunisia and France." (end) rk

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Publication:Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)
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Date:Jun 27, 2015
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