Kuwaiti writer to Arab world: Recognize IsraelPopular Kuwaiti columnist pens article calling on Arab, Muslim world to 'immediately recognize Israel,' drop terms like 'Zionist entity.'
Kuwait expels 14 suspected members of HezbollahKuwait expels 11 Lebanese and three Iraqis, following decision to blacklist Hezbollah as a terrorist organization.
Student expelled for anti-Semitic commentsAmira Jumaa becomes first student expelled from the prestigious Sciences Po University in Paris for her Jew hatred.
Kuwait, too, recalls its Iran ambassadorGulf kingdom joins Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Sudan in breaking ties with Iran as Sunni-Shi'ite rift expands.
Can the Dubai Model Inspire Arabs?There are reasons for Dubai to be careful despite its seeming prosperity.
Kuwait Airways drops NYC-London flightsKuwait Airways decides to scrap flights between JFK and Heathrow rather than lift its discriminatory ban on Israelis.
Kuwait arrests members of ISIS terrorist cellKuwait arrests six men suspected of recruiting terrorists for the ISIS jihadist group.
Olympic Committee drops Kuwait for banning IsraeliKuwaiti event gets Olympic qualifying status revoked, after Israeli official barred from entering the country.
French embassy fires intern over anti-Semitic rantKuwaiti intern at French embassy in the U.S. dismissed after referring to Jews as scums and rats on Facebook.
Kuwait Airways Discriminated Against IsraelisUnited States government determines that Kuwait Airways discriminated against an Israeli by refusing to sell him a ticket.
Kuwait Terror Suspects Deny Ties to IranMore than 20 Kuwaitis deny in court they are linked to Iran and Hezbollah, allege they were tortured and forced to confess.
Iran Objects to Kuwait Linking it to Terror CellIslamic Republic and known terror supporter cries foul over link to Hezbollah spying cell in Kuwait.
Kuwait Charges Terror Suspects with Links to IranKuwait charges 24 people suspected of links to Iran and Hezbollah with plotting terrorist attacks.
Kuwaiti MP: Iran the True Enemy of the Arab StatesGulf state once on good terms with Tehran drifts further away after Iran tries to market disputed oilfield, accused of arming terrorists.
Kuwait Breaks Up Iranian-Trained Hezbollah CellKuwaiti authorities say arms cache seized last week smuggled in from Iran; Revolutionary Guard trained Hezbollah 'sleeper cell.'
Kuwait Nabs Members of Hezbollah Terror CellKuwait authorities seize huge arms cache, arrests three suspected members of a terrorist cell linked to Hezbollah.
Iran's Zarif Calls for United Front Against TerrorIran’s foreign minister calls for united front among Middle Eastern nations to fight terrorism in first regional trip since deal with West.
Kuwait Charges 29 in Mosque AttackKuwait charges 29 people over the suicide bombing of a Shiite mosque that was claimed by ISIS.
Kuwait Makes Arrest in Attack on MosqueKuwait detains the owner of a car that took a bomber to carry out an attack on a Shiite mosque.
State Department: No Evidence Attacks Were RelatedState Department spokesman says there is evidence that attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait were coordinated.
White House Condemns 'Heinous' AttacksWhite House condemns spate of terrorist attacks in France, Tunisia and Kuwait, offers support to the affected countries.
Lawyer for Father of 'Jihadi John' ResignsKuwaiti lawyer representing the father of alleged ISIS executioner quits the case after filing lawsuits for his client.
'Jihadi John' Relatives Under Watch in KuwaitKuwaiti authorities are monitoring family members of Mohammed Emwazi, believed to be ISIS executioner 'Jihadi John.'
US Defense Chief Convenes Anti-ISIS War CouncilSec. of Defense Ashton Carter holds meeting of military, diplomatic heads at US base for 'open discussion' on dealing with Islamic State.
Kuwaiti Cleric to Hamas: No CeasefireA Kuwaiti cleric recently called on Hamas not to agree to a ceasefire until Israel is erased.
Iran and Kuwait Sign Historic AgreementsIn first visit by Kuwaiti emir to Iran since 1979 Islamic revolution, six agreements signed, including one on security.
Arab League Officially Rejects 'Jewish State'Arab League summit backs Abbas in refusing to recognize Israel as Jewish, says Israel responsible for 'tensions in the Middle East'.
Syrian Opposition Calls for 'Sophisticated Arms'Arab League summit kicks off with rebel calls for anti-aircraft, other advanced weaponry; Arabs set to reject recognition of 'Jewish state'.
Arab Summit Pits Qatar against Everyone ElseSyrian conflict takes center stage at an Arab summit starting Tuesday in Kuwait, but Egypt is too hot to handle.
Arab League Summit Backs PA Stubbornness in TalksMiddle East Muslim countries declare refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, as they grapple with regional conflicts.
Kuwaiti: Arabs Should Have their Brains ExaminedKuwaiti columnist Fouad Al-Hashem mocks Arabs who idolize their leaders. "The truth is that the Arabs are, in fact, 'all mental.'"
Kuwait Boycotts Conference Because of IsraelKuwait boycotts regional conference on renewable energy because of the presence of a "Zionist" delegation.
Report: Iran Arming Hezbollah Through IraqIn an effort to avoid Israeli strikes, Tehran using Iraqi national airport to arm Shia terrorist group, Kuwait newspaper claims.
HRW: Kuwait Wrong For Imprisoning Shiite TweeterMan, 23, sentenced to 10 years for religious insults; Human Rights Watch: Release him immediately.
Kuwait Proposes Test to 'Detect' GaysGulf Arab state plans stricter measures to "help us detect gays who will be then barred from entering Gulf countries."
Kuwait Deports Nine EgyptiansOfficials deported pro-Morsi protesters that illegally demonstrated outside of the Egyptian Consulate in Roudha.
Kuwaiti MPs: 'It is Permitted' to Deal With IsraelTwo Kuwaiti Members of Parliament gave their approval for the kingdom to have dealings with Israel, according to MEMRI.
Kuwait Urged to Drop 'Offending Emir' ChargesHuman Rights Watch on Tuesday urges Kuwait to drop charges against individuals accused of offending the emir.
Several Wounded in Iran ExplosionSeveral people were wounded Sunday in an explosion in Bandar Imam Khomeini, a port city in Iran, but few details have been released.
Kuwaiti MP Calls for Probe of Alleged Israeli TiesA Kuwaiti MP has called for an official investigation of country’s interior minister for allegedly establishing business ties with Israel.
Kuwait: Man Given 5 Years for Insulting the EmirA Kuwaiti court sentences a local man to five years in prison for insulting the emir on Twitter.
Kuwaiti FM Receives First PA Envoy in 22 YearsKuwait Foreign Minister received the first envoy of the Palestinian Authority to the Gulf state in 22 years.
Anti-Gov't Protests Still Peaceful in KuwaitTens of thousands of Kuwaiti protesters have remained peaceful in the capital as they demonstrate against the country's government.
Saudi Arabia Arrests 14 Iranian InfiltratorsSaudi officers have arrested 14 Iranians trying to infiltrate on an Iranian boat. Official version: They got lost on their wait to Kuwait.
Kuwaiti Court: Opinions Threaten National SecurityA 26-year old Kuwaiti man will spend 10 years in prison for 'endangering state security' by insulting the Prophet Mohammad, others.
Kuwait Approve Death Penalty for 'Cursing Allah'Kuwait’s parliament provisionally passed amendments to its penal code stipulating death for those who curse the Islamic god.
Kuwait Man Receives 7 Year Sentence for TweetsA Kuwaiti man has received seven years in prison for a series of Tweets local Shiites considered offensive and 'damaged Kuwait's image'
Gulf War on Free Speech Spreads to KuwaitKuwaiti authorities arrested a man for a series of Tweets they say insulted the Prophet Mohammad
Kuwait Forms New CabinetKuwait's Emir has accepted the recommendation of his prime minister for a new government after a tulmitous election campaign.
Kuwaiti Emir Appoints New Prime MinisterFollowing a stunning Islamic victory in Kuwait's polls, Kuwait's ruler has tapped his trusted conferee Sheikh Jaber to head the new cabinet
Kuwait Heads to the PollsAfter a corruption scandal that saw parliament stormed and campaigns marred by arson and riots, Kuwaits are voting.
Kuwaitis Tense Ahead of ElectionsTwo days of campaign-related unrest has prompted Kuwait's interior ministry to as candidates to suspend rallies on the eve of elections.
Kuwait Delays Appeal in Iranian Espionage CaseA Kuwaiti appeals court has delayed the appeal of convicted Iranian spies until March.
Iran-Kuwait Oil Feud Feeds Gulf TensionsOil lies at the heart of tensions between Iran and its Gulf Arab neighbors as they vie for hegemony over the world's key oil reserves.
Kuwait's Revolving Door of CorruptionAs Kuwait gears up for elections in the wake of a corruption scandal, some 270 parliamentary candidates have open legal cases against them
Kuwait Denies Deal to Release Iranian SpiesKuwait has denied it agreed to release convicted Iranian spies in exchange for two of its citizens detained for violating visa rules.