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EVERYONE living in Kuwait is ordered to supply a DNA sample so police will be able to solve crimes quicker

Posted by George Freund on July 2, 2015 at 8:25 AM


227 worshippers were also injured in the devastating blast. The attack took place at the Imam al-Sadeq mosque in Kuwait city

  •  The new law appears to come after last Friday's suicide bomber attack 
  •  Foreign residents will not be exempted from the new DNA law
  •  Anyone who gives a false sample could receive up to seven years in jail
 
All citizens in Kuwait will be legally required to give a DNA sample to the country's police force in an attempt to make it easier for security services to solve crimes in the country.

The new law, passed through by the Kuwaiti parliament, also includ

Anyone who refuses to give a DNA sample could face a year in prison and a hefty fine of as much as $33,000. 

Any false samples could also lead to the perpetrator being sentenced for up to seven years in jail. 

The new law for compulsory DNA samples appears to have come after 26 people were killed in a suicide bomber attack at a Shi'a mosque in Kuwait City
The new law for compulsory DNA samples appears to have come after 26 people were killed in a suicide bomber attack at a Shi'a mosque in Kuwait City


It appears the new law comes as a reaction to the devastating suicide bomber attack on a Shi'a mosque in the capital.

27 people were killed and a further 227 worshippers were injured when a man entered the prayer room and detonated his concealed explosives vest. 
The suicide bomber has reportedly been identified as a Saudi born national, named as Fahd Suleiman Abdulmohsen al-Qabaa.

Early in the hours of Friday morning, Mr al-Qabba flew from Saudi Arabia, via Bahrain to the oil rich state of Kuwait.

The suicide bomber has been named as a Saudi national known as Fahd Suleiman 
Abdulmohsen al-Qaba'a (left). He was driven to the mosque by Abdulrahman Sabah Eidan Saud (centre), with the car owned by Jarrah Nimr Mejbil Ghazi.

The final moments before the suicide bomber walked into the packed mosque and detonated his suicide vest
The final moments before the suicide bomber walked into the packed mosque and detonated his suicide vest

Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the horrific attacker, praising the bomber for his despicable crime
Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the horrific attacker, praising the bomber for his despicable crime

Paramedics and rescue staff assist a man laid on a stretcher after he was injured in the blast
Paramedics and rescue staff assist a man laid on a stretcher after he was injured in the blast

The 23-year-old was driven to the Imam al-Sadeq mosque in a white car, reportedly owned by Jarrah Nimr Mejbil Ghazi, a stateless national born in 1988.

CCTV footage has emerged of the suicide bomber walking slowly out of the car and calmly entering the Shi'a mosque.

Wearing a traditional Kuwaiti dishdasha and matching headscarf, his robe appears to bulge at the sides from the explosives vest concealed underneath.

The suicide bomb attack was the worst terror attack seen in the Gulf since the Al Qaeda bombings in Riyadh in May 2003, which killed 35 people
The suicide bomb attack was the worst terror attack seen in the Gulf since the Al Qaeda bombings in Riyadh in May 2003, which killed 35 people

Laid to rest, one of the 27 victims is buried as people have called for national unity against Islamic State
Laid to rest, one of the 27 victims is buried as people have called for national unity against Islamic State

Hundreds of people came out to be their respects to the victims at al-Jafariya cemetery in Suleibikhat, Kuwait
Hundreds of people came out to be their respects to the victims at al-Jafariya cemetery in Suleibikhat, Kuwait

Security forces are now on high alert in Kuwait following the deadly attack on the Shi'a mosque
Security forces are now on high alert in Kuwait following the deadly attack on the Shi'a mosque

Taking a moment to pause as he enters the main prayer room, the bomber seems to take one final glance at the 2,000 worshipers before detonating his vest. 

Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the attack, calling it the first attack from its Najd province franchise.

Security services have since named Abdulrahman Sabah Eidan Saud, an 'illegal migrant', as the bomber's driver and have also claimed they have identified other members of the terror cell. 

Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad Khaled al-Sabah told parliament yesterday: 'We are in a state of war. Yes, we have busted this terror cell but there are other cells we are going to strike,'

As well as compulsory DNA tests, the Kuwait Parliament has also approved a $400 million emergency funding plan for bolstering security in the country.



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