Middle East

Kuwaiti man kills brother for not fasting during ramadan, called him apostate


A 23-year-old Kuwaiti stabbed his elder brother to death because he considered him an apostate for not praying and fasting during Ramadan.

Police arrested the man after discovering the body of his brother in the back garden of their house in the oil-rich Gulf emirate.

The Arabic language daily ‘Alanba’ said the victim was stabbed twice in the neck and that he told police he killed his brother because he considered him an apostate.

It’s such a beautiful time of the year. Note that in justifying his murder, the perpetrator called his brother an apostate, while in the West, Islamic apologists routinely deny that Islam has a death penalty for apostasy.

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