Posted on 9 January, 2011 by Mathias Vermeulen
Arab News reports
that a special anti-terror court in Riyadh has so far issued preliminary verdicts on 442 cases involving 765 Al-Qaeda militants, the Justice Ministry said Saturday, adding that the terror suspects appealed 325 verdicts.
The ministry’s spokesman, Abdullah Al-Saadan, said the militants were facing charges such as association with Al-Qaeda, participation in terrorism, funding terror, and accepting the Al-Qaeda ideology and supporting its crimes.
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