Tight security in Saudi Arabia in anticipation of terrorist attacks


 

Follow-up – Iraq Press – November 18: The Interior Ministry said Saudi Arabia, on Tuesday, said that the tightening of security in the UK has increased the difficulty of targeting the organization “Daash” of the government, therefore the militants are trying to incite sectarian conflict in Saudi Arabia.

And Maj. Gen. Mansour al-Turki said security spokesman for the Ministry of Interior, said that “the Islamic state and al-Qaeda are making every effort to carry out acts of terrorism or crimes inside Saudi Arabia,” adding that they “are trying to target the social fabric and the creation of a sectarian conflict in the country.”

And between Turkish that “not aware of any evidence of coordination with the Islamic state clients outside the Kingdom,” explaining that “improve the security of government institutions such as the imposition of guard on the potential increase of border defenses, surveillance targets strongly increased the difficulty by extremists elsewhere in the organization of violence in Saudi Arabia such attacks by al-Qaeda in the period from 2003 to 2006 and fell hundreds of dead and led to the arrest of more than 11 thousand people. “

He said a spokesman for the Saudi Interior Ministry, “despite the fact that Saudi nationals played an important leadership roles in various organizations of the base Riyadh did not recognize any Saudi leadership in the organization of the state centers.”

He called on the leader of the militant group Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, last week to launch attacks on a number of countries, including Saudi Arabia. Q ended. P.

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