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50 AL QAEDA INSPIRED MILITANTS ON TRIAL IN SAUDIA

50 AL QAEDA INSPIRED MILITANTS ON
 
 TRIAL IN SAUDIA
 



Fifty men suspected of links to Al Qaeda have gone on trial in Saudi Arabia on charges of killing an American and attacking housing compounds for foreigners in the capital, Riyadh, and in the Eastern Province, the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA) has said on Saturday 04/07/2012.

The report said five of the suspects had appeared at a special court in Riyadh on Saturday, facing charges including the 2003 Al-Muhaya Bombings, where expatriates lived, and planning attacks on the US and British embassies.

Of the defendants, 47 are Saudi, two are Syrian and one is Yemeni, SPA said late on Saturday. "The Specialised Criminal Court in Riyadh started looking into the case, filed by the public prosecution, against 50 men," SPA said. "The first, second, third, fourth and fifth defendants appeared in court today [Saturday] and were read their charges". The defendants, five of whom appeared in court on Saturday, allegedly possessed weapons and smuggled heavy arms from Iraq into the kingdom "to serve the terrorist network", it added.


The session adjourned without setting a date for the next hearing, when the other suspects are also expected to appear.

SPA did not give details on the American the suspects are accused of killing but at least one US national was kidnapped and killed in 2004 (see - June-2004).

Last year, the interior ministry said nearly 5,700 people had been arrested, and of those 5,000 were tried. Human rights groups in Saudi Arabia put the number of those jailed at more than 12,000, including political prisoners demanding reforms.

Saudi Arabia took 41 people to court in 09/2011 on charges of forming an Al Qaeda-linked cell with the aim of attacking US forces in neighbouring Kuwait and Qatar (see - U.S Alert 09.28.11). In 10/2011, 85 alleged members of an Al Qaeda satellite group were also put on trial.
 
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