Kuwait City: Kuwaiti authorities are carefully keeping track of numerous relatives of the militant knownreferred to as Jihadi John who live and work in the nation where the IS executioner was born, press reports said on Sunday.A number of family members of Mohammed Emwazi, named as the militant who has actually beheaded at least five Western hostages, are working in Kuwait and like him hold British citizenship, Al Qabas paper reported.Security firms have actually taken the essential measures to monitor them round the clock, the paper said, pointing out an informed source.The daily did not state how numerous of Emwazis
relatives are in Kuwait. Authorities have remained quiet on the issue.Al Rai newspaper cited security sources as saying that Emwazis papa, Jassem Abdulkareem, also a British national, is currently in Kuwait and is expected to be summoned by authorities.Emwazi went to Kuwait several times, the last of them in between January 18 and April 26, 2010, Al Qabas said.He arrived from the
United Arab Emirates(UAE)using his British key to get a Kuwaiti entry visa.A year later on, he was rejected entry to Kuwait after his name came up during investigations into attacks in Britain, the newspaper said.Emwazis check outs to Kuwait were mainly of
a social nature and he was briefly engaged to a stateless Kuwaiti individual, the paper added.The nation has tens of thousands of stateless citizens understoodcalled bidoons. Emwazis family, who are of Iraqi origin, were among them.They appliedobtained naturalisation but their names were eliminated from the list of prospective citizens because of allegations that they collaborated with the Iraqi army during its seven-month profession of Kuwait in 1990-1991, Al Qabas
said.Emwazi was born in Kuwait but transferred to London in the early 1990s when he was a kid and attended school and university in the British capital.The Daily Telegraph reported that he went to school with 2 other children who marchesed on to become militants– Choukri Ellekhlifi, who was killed fighting in Syria, and Mohammed Sakr, eliminated fighting in Somalia.It was likewise reported that Emwazi had contacts with the guys responsible for failed attacks on Londons public transport system in 2005, two weeks after suicide bombings eliminated 52 people in the British capital.The discoveries add to the pressure on the security and intelligence companies to explain why they did not
act on their suspicions about Emwazi prior to he travelled to Syria.