KUWAIT CITY (AFP) - Kuwait's ruler has said the storming of parliament by the opposition last week was a "black day" in the country's history and insisted he will not bow to demands to sack the prime minister or dissolve parliament. "What happened was abnormal ... The day when MPs (and dozens of protesters) stormed parliament ... was a black day for us," Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad Al-Sabah said during a meeting with Kuwaiti editors in comments published Monday. Youth activists led by opposition lawmakers stormed Kuwait's parliament building on Wednesday after clashing with police during a rally that called for dissolving the house.