Kuwait confiscates 'obscene' shirts
Kuwait is also taking legal action against those involved in the import and sale of 'obscene' shirts
By Habib Toumi, Bahrain Bureau Chief Published: 11:51 April 12, 2010
One of the shirts confiscated by the Kuwaiti authorities. Image Credit: Supplied Manama: Kuwait has confiscated shirts with "obscene messages and pictures" and is taking legal action against the people involved in importing and selling them.
According to Kuwaiti media, the commerce and industry ministry has confiscated "morally offensive" items and products from shops and is contacting the public prosecutor to take action against those involved in bringing and selling them in Kuwait.
The pictures and messages on the items are against public morals and incite debauchery, the ministry said.
Kuwaiti law sets a punishment up to three years' imprisonment and an up to KD3,000 (US$9,780) fine for anyone who publicly incites in a public place immoral acts and prostitution and for anyone who prints or sells or distributes or exhibits pictures or drawings or forms or anything immoral.
Where do you think these shirts are coming from? The anti-islam organizations/agencies in the west are producing these and shipping them to Muslim worlds to change the perception and mindset of the people there. This is brainwashing propaganda so Muslims start selling their sisters rather than stand up for their honor and defending them against these colonizing rapists.