By Staff writer
The men are alleged to have been members of a sleeper cell that had been given orders to perform an attack similar to that which killed 21 people in Saudi Arabia this week
Seven members of an alleged terrorist sleeper cell have been arrested in Kuwait, Arabic daily Al Shahed reported.
The men are accused to planning to carry out terrorist attacks and destabilising the security of the country.
They were arrested by members of the Ministry of Interior but details of where or when have not been revealed.
Minsitry sources claimed the sleeper cell had been given the green light from ISIL leaders to carry out terrorist operations similar to a suicide attack that killed 21 people at the Imam Ali mosque in Al Qediah in Saudi Arabia this week.