Security sources in the country have said that the youth were targeted under “vice” claims.
The teenagers between the ages of 16- and 18-years-old were arrested after police alleged the rituals and “indecent acts” were taking place.
The Kuwaiti daily al-Rai in addition claimed that they are also “suspected of homosexuality.”
Kuwaiti police received complaints the group held nightly meetings in a disused building in Al-Sharq district of Kuwait city, the report said.
During questioning the adolescents claimed they were working on a film, a claim the police dismissed as the building has no electricity and no photographic equipment was found.
Brigadier General Hossein Shirazi referred the matter to the Criminal Investigation Department of Kuwait.
Al-Rai has also reported that 20 men and one woman were arrested in the areas of Salamiya and Hawalli of Kuwait city for “suspicious parties.”
The al-Anba daily claimed the number of people arrested was 27 in several suspect apartments where they usually meet to commit “immoral activities.”
Kuwaiti Times alleged that some of the people were found to be “intoxicated.”
Al-Rai claimed that some of the suspects were arrested in previous raids and were released after signing a document that they will not repeat their “activities.”
The daily Al-anba reports that in other raids held yesterday against illegal migrants some were found to be conducting ‘immoral activities’ and running ‘brothels’.
Last week a municipal park restroom was closed for suspected ‘immoral activities of homosexuals’, two ‘European’ men who were sighted by the police managed to escape. Criminal investigators were assigned to “monitor the location’.
These ‘morality campaigns’ that have greatly intensified this year are ‘continuous and relentless’, a transgender Kuwaiti activist stated.
She reported that in fact ‘many of the people arrested are just having private parties, but the police allege they were engaged in prostitution, drinking, and so called “immoral activities”.
“The laws in Kuwait allow the police to violate the principle of ‘innocent until proven guilty.’ Charges are often fabricated and thus this is essentially an assault and violation of people’s right to dignity and a fair trial,” the report added.