Kuwait expels two Egyptians for financing Lebanese powerful movement Hezbollah

Kuwait’s Interior ministry has deported after interrogation two Egyptians charged for providing financial support to Iran-backed and Lebanese powerful movement Hezbollah, blacklisted terrorist organization by several western countries, reports say.
The two Egyptians not identified, were considered threat to the Gulf country’s national security.
They feature among 23 people interrogated for two months over working for Hezbollah charges.
Kuwait also blacklisted the movement in 2016. Last month, prosecutors in Kuwait also detained 18 people suspected of financing the powerful Shia Lebanese group.

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