Kuwait: Kuwait has arrested the leader of the Islamist Ummah Party for allegedly insulting the neighboring Gulf state of Saudi Arabia on television, the interior ministry said. Hakem Al-Mutairi was arrested at the instruction of the Public Prosecutor for “grossly insulting Saudi Arabia” during an interview, the ministry said in a statement. Mutairi is the head of the Ummah Party, a group of Islamist and conservative politicians founded in 2005 but still not officially recognized. The group said Mutairi was arrested by the secret police on Friday and interrogated over remarks he made on television in December about the death of head of Ummah Party in Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Al-Mufreh. It said Mutairi raised questions that Mufreh may have died from poisoning at a hospital in Turkey.