Intensive interrogations of those who are in police custody in connection with the Imam Al-Sadiq Mosque blast in downtown Kuwait City has led to the arrest of a large number of DAESH members in Saudi Arabia, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily added, during interrogations the State Security discovered there was a strong logistic bond between those involved in the crime in Kuwait and DAESH sympathizers and followers in Saudi Arabia.
Reliable security sources said after interrogating the suspects senior officers left for Saudi Arabia with vital information to share it with their Saudi counterparts, which helped the authorities there to crack down and arrest the suspects. The sources pointed out that investigators in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia have come to the conclusion that the suspects planned to destroy vital installations in the GCC countries particularly in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to create a sense of panic and confusion and recruit more 'members' to carry out terrorist attacks. Meanwhile, 21 of the 50 suspects who were rounded up after the bombing of Imam Al-Sadiq Mosque in Sawaber have been released due to lack of evidence. The remaining 29 continue to be interrogated for their role in the crime.