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Ten years after tweet for terror

RIYADH, Feb 2, (AFP): A Saudi who used Twitter to call for the release of prisoners convicted of “terrorism” and security offences has been jailed for 10 years, a newspaper reported on Tuesday. The Okaz daily said the accused, who was not named, opened several Twitter accounts. A special court …

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Americans among Saudi terror arrests

RIYADH, Jan 31, (Agencies): Saudi authorities have arrested nine American citizens among 33 “terror” suspects rounded up over the past days, the Saudi Gazette newspaper reported on Sunday. Four Americans were arrested on Monday and five others over the past four days, the paper reported citing an unidentified source. The …

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Saudi terrorist mosque bombing condemned

RIYADH, Jan 30, (KUNA): The Kingdom’s General Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Al-Sheikh condemned on Saturday the terrorist bombings that targeted worshippers while performing Friday prayer at a mosque in Al-Ahsa governorate which resulted in the killing and wounding of many innocents as part of corruption on earth. In …

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Two ‘Lions’ freed from prison say repent joining terror group

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 30: Following the great efforts exerted by MP Abdulrahman Al-Jeeran in running a rehabilitation program for the Central Prison inmates who belong to the terrorist group known as ‘Peninsula Lions’, two of these inmates were recently interviewed, reports Aljarida daily. Reportedly, these two individuals were released few …

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Denmark to ‘deport’ a man for terror threats

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Jan 21, (AP): A Danish court has sentenced a Russian-born man to psychiatric care and eventual deportation after he was found guilty of threatening to commit acts of terror by killing members of the Danish government. The Frederiksberg Court in Copenhagen says the 32-year-old man, who was not …

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US playing with flames of terror

ARE the US foreign policies, issued at the beginning of the last century, suitable for the current times, considering the terrorist organizations have become the enemy who does not regard geographical boundaries and sees the entire world as its playground? This question lingers in the minds of those who have …

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Verdict in ‘terror-funding’ case on Jan 28

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 15: The Court of Appeals has fixed January 28 for issuing a verdict on the appeal filed against the ruling of the Court of First Instance which sentenced five individuals to ten-year imprisonment with hard labor and acquitted two others in a case filed against them for …

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Verdict Tuesday in ‘terror’ case – Many arrested wanted by law for various offenses

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 11: The Criminal Court chaired by Judge Mohammad Rashid Al-Duaij will deliver the verdict Tuesday in lawsuit filed by the State Security Department against 26 Kuwaitis and an Iranian accused of conspiring with Iran and Hezbollah after they were caught in possession of weapons and other explosives, …

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Couple found guilty of plotting UK attack

LONDON, Dec 30, (AFP): A British court on Tuesday convicted a husband and wife of planning a major terror attack to mark the 10th anniversary of the London suicide bombings this year. Mohammed Rehman, 25, used the Twitter name “Silent Bomber” and asked users whether he should bomb a shopping …

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Economic crisis, joblessness cause for concern in new year – Rise in terrorism feared

In the last Arab Times online poll of the year 2015, readers weighed in on continuing trends in the coming year. The majority of voters foresee deepening economic crisis and rising unemployment. 37 percent of respondents relayed their fears of an economic instability marked with rising unemployment. “We cannot predict …

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