Two “dangerous terrorists” were killed in a Saudi security operation in the capital Riyadh on Saturday, the Saudi state news agency SPA reported, citing an Interior Ministry spokesman.
The agency said a security officer was also wounded in the operation in the al-Yasmin neighborhood in northern Riyadh.
Saudi media identified one of the two militants as Taye’ al-Say’ari and said he was being sought as an expert in making explosive belts used by militants in suicide attacks.
On another scope, the Saudi National Campaign to Support Syrian People has also announced the successful distribution of relief aid to at least 13,782 Syrian refugees in Lebanon, falling through with its 43rd station on the relief delivery program.
In a statement to SPA, Dr. Badr bin Abdurrahman Al-Samhan, Regional Director of the Saudi National Campaign to support Syrian people, said that the campaign seeks to relieve the suffering of the Syrian refugees.