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Saudi Arabia Executes 47 terrorism Convicts

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia executed 47 people on Saturday for terrorism, mostly suspected al-Qaeda members, Interior Ministry said in a statement broadcast on state television.

State television showed footage of the aftermath of al-Qaeda attacks in the last decade, media reported. Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdulaziz Al Al-Sheikh appeared on television soon after to describe the executions as just, Reuters reported.

Al Arabiya said 45 of those executed were of Saudi nationality, alongside one Chadian and one Egyptian, according to a list of names and nationalities published by the Saudi Press Agency. The 47 men were based across 12 regions in the kingdom, the ministry statement added.They were convicted of plotting and carrying out terrorist attacks targeting civilians and security forces in Saudi Arabia and neighboring countries, Al Arabiya reported.

Prominent Shiite cleric Nimr Al-Nimr was among those executed, the ministry said. The simultaneous execution of 47 people on security grounds was the biggest mass execution for such offenses in Saudi Arabia since the 1980 killing of 63 militants who seized Makkah's Grand Mosque in 1979, Al Arabiya reported.Saudi Arabia in 2015 suffered a series of further bombing and shooting attacks by terrorists.

Those attacks killed dozens, increasing pressure on Riyadh to show it was taking strong action. SPA has published the following names:

1- Ameen Mohammed Abdullah Al Aqala - Saudi nationality.

2- Anwar Abdulrahman Khalil Al-Najjar - Saudi nationality.

3- Badr bin Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Badr- Saudi nationality.

4- Bandar Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Ghaith - Saudi nationality.

5- Hassan Hadi bin Shuja'a Al-Masareer - Saudi nationality.

6- Hamad bin Abdullah bin Ibrahim Al-Humaidi- Saudi nationality

7- Khalid Mohammed Ibrahim Al-Jarallah - Saudi nationality

8- Ridha Abdulrahman Khalil Al-Najjar- Saudi nationality

9- Saad Salamah Hameer - Saudi nationality

10- Salah bin Saeed bin Abdulraheem Al-Najjar - Saudi nationality

11- Salah bin Abdulrahman bin Mohammed Al Hussain -Saudi nationality

12- Saleh bin Abdulrahman bin Ibrahim Al-Shamsan - Saudi nationality

13- Saleh bin Ali bin Saleh Al-Juma'ah - Saudi nationality

14- Adel bin Saad bin Jaza' Al-Dhubaiti - Saudi nationality

15- Adel Mohammed Salem Abdullah Yamani - Saudi nationality

16- Abduljabbar bin Homood bin Abdulaziz Al-Tuwaijri - Saudi nationality

17- Abdulrahman Dhakheel Faleh Al-Faleh - Saudi nationality

18- Abdullah Sayer Moawadh Massad Al-Mohammadi - Saudi nationality

19- Abdullah bin Saad bin Mozher Shareef - Saudi nationality

20- Abdullah Saleh Abdulaziz Al-Ansari - Saudi nationality

21- Abdullah Abdulaziz Ahmed Al-Muqrin - Saudi nationality

22- Abdullah Musalem Hameed Al-Raheef - Saudi nationality

23- Abdullah bin Mua'ala bin A'li - Saudi nationality

24- Abdulaziz Rasheed bin Hamdan Al-Toaili'e - Saudi nationality

25- Abdulmohsen Hamad bin Abdullah Al-Yahya - Saudi nationality

26- Isam Khalaf Mohammed Al-Mothri'e - Saudi nationality

27- Ali Saeed Abdullah Al Ribeh - Saudi nationality

28- Ghazi Mohaisen Rashed - Saudi nationality

29- Faris Ahmed Jama'an Al Showail - Saudi nationality

30- Fikri Ali bin Yahya Faqih - Saudi nationality

31- Fahd bin Ahmed bin Hanash Al Zamel - Saudi nationality

32- Fahd Abdulrahman Ahmed Al-Buraidi - Saudi nationality

33- Fahd Ali Ayedh Al Jubran - Saudi nationality

34- Majed Ibrahim Ali Al-Mughainem - Saudi nationality

35- Majed Moeedh Rashed - Saudi nationality

36- Mishaal bin Homood bin Juwair Al-Farraj - Saudi nationality

37- Mohammed Abdulaziz Mohammed Al-Muharib - Saudi nationality

38- Mohammed Ali Abdulkarim Suwaymil - Saudi nationality

39- Mohammed Fathi Abula'ti Al-Sayed - Egyptian nationality

40- Mohammed bin Faisal bin Mohammed Al-Shioukh - Saudi nationality

41- Mostafa Mohammed Altaher Abkar - Chadian nationality

42- Moaidh Mufreh Ali Al Shokr- Saudi nationality

43- Nasser Ali Ayedh Al Jubran - Saudi nationality

44- Naif Saad Abdullah Al-Buraidi - Saudi nationality

45- Najeeb bin abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Bohaiji - Saudi nationality

46- Nimr Baqer Ameen Al-Nimr- Saudi nationality

47- Nimr Sehaj Zeid Al-Kraizi - Saudi nationality

Citing the Interior Ministry, SPA said the above-mentioned criminals committed the following crimes.

The following is an exact version of the SPA text:

First: Embracing takfiri beliefs (accusing others of being infidels), which include doctrines of 'Khawarj', (a misguided and violent sect) against the Holy Quran, Prophetic Sunnah and consensus of righteous predecessors. They promoted their ideologies through deceitful methods and various means. These individuals also were part of terrorist organizations, implementing criminal plans through: bombing 'Al-Hamra Housing Complex', 'Vinnell Housing Complex' as well as 'Ishbilia Housing Complex' in Eastern Riyadh on 11\3\1424, storming complex of 'Arabian Company for Petroleum Investment' (APICORP), 'Petroleum Center Company' and 'AL-Waha Housing Complex' in Khobar Province, Eastern Region, on 11\4\1425H by using hand-made bombs and various fire arms, killing and wounding a number of citizens, security men and residents and mutilating their bodies, targeting a number of housing complexes in different parts of the Kingdom with initiating of acts of bombing, poisoning the public water supply, kidnapping a number of residents with the intention of killing them and mutilating their bodies, manufacturing and smuggling explosions into the Kingdom, possessing home-made and exported arms and bombs as well as possessing highly explosive materials, grenades and rockets.

Second: Targeting sites of the security and military agencies by: bombing the building of 'Public Traffic Administration' in Riyadh city on 2\3\1425H, two bombings targeting of headquarters of 'the Ministry of Interior' and 'Emergency Forces' on 17\11\1425H which led to the martyrdom of a number of security men and citizens. The commencement of targeting 'King Khaled Air Base' in Khamis Mushait Province, 'Prince Sultan Air Base' in Kharj Province, 'Civil Airport' in Arar Province and a number of kidnapping and killing operations against security forces; calling for the shooting of security forces by fire arms and throwing Molotov bombs at them while they performed their duties in maintaining society's security and protecting its interests. They have also supported and encouraged armed sabotage acts on the streets and public areas.

Third: Their plans to damage the nation's economy and harm the Kingdom's status, its relations and interests with brotherly and friendly countries by: storming 'the U.S. Consulate' in Jeddah Province on 24\10\1425H which led to the martyrdom of four members of the security forces, targeting 'Buqaia Refinery ' in Buqaia Province on 25\1\1427H, which resulted in the martyrdom of two members of the security forces; the commencement of targeting a number of foreign embassies and consulates, bombing 'Saudi Aramco' and a number of petroleum facilities. They also have initiated a number of armed robberies on banks and commercial stores, committed a number of fraud crimes which resulted in collecting large amounts of money and utilizing it internally and externally for money laundering purposes for financing terrorism and terrorist operations. They were also calling for chaos and provoking acts of violence, inciting disorder and anarchy, and spreading terrorist propaganda, and encouraging terrorist activities in the brotherly states and supporting these acts publically, and violating public law.


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