A major crisis with India and its demand for an official apology.. the position of the Indian community in the Gulf countries

Yesterday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Ambassador of the Republic of India to the State of Kuwait Sibi George, who met the Assistant Foreign Minister for Asian Affairs Ambassador Walid Ali Al-Khubaizi, who handed him an official protest note, expressing Kuwait's categorical rejection and condemnation of the offensive statements of the Holy Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, and Islam and Muslims. issued by one of the officials in the ruling party.

The ministry stated in a statement that while the State of Kuwait welcomes the statement issued by the ruling party in India, during which it announced that the aforementioned official had stopped exercising his duties and activities in the party, because of these offensive statements, to demand a public apology for those hostile statements, which will constitute a continuation In it, without deterrence or punishment, to increase the aspects of extremism and hatred, and undermine the elements of moderation, noting that issuing such statements reflects a clear ignorance of the message of peace, which is carried by our Islamic religion and its tolerance, and the great role that Islam has played in building civilizations in all countries the world, including India.

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For his part, the embassy spokesman said that the ambassador held a meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the offensive tweets. He added that Ambassador George stressed that the tweets do not reflect in any way the views of the Government of India, pointing out that in line with India's civilizational heritage and strong cultural traditions, The Government of India holds the highest respect for all religions.

He pointed out that strong action had already been taken against those who made these insulting statements. A statement was also issued by the concerned authorities confirming respect for all religions and denouncing insulting any religious figure or degrading any religion or sect.

He concluded, "We must work together against the harmful elements that aim to undermine the strength of our bilateral relations."