KUWAIT, June 5 (KUNA) -- The State of Kuwait, through the Foreign Ministry, had summoned on Sunday the Indian Ambassador to Kuwait to express utter detest and lodge an official letter of complaint against an Indian politician who insulted the Prophet Mohammad (Peace be Upon Him).
A statement by the Foreign Ministry said that the Indian Ambassador was summoned by the ministry and was handed in an official letter of complaint against the politician who offended the Muslim world through such heinous act.
The ministry welcomed the Indian ruling party's measures to suspend the offender for these irrational statements.
However, the ministry demanded a public apology on part of the perpetrator for such extreme and vile statements, which opposed all elements of moderation.
Such act reflected ignorance towards the clear peaceful nature and message of Islam and the role it played in building civilizations and nations including that of India, the ministry concluded. (end)