Manama – Bahraini authorities announced that a Bahraini man is among the most wanted individuals in Saudi Arabia in connection with terrorist activities. The suspect was identified as Hassan Mahmoud Ali Abdullah.
General Director of Criminal Investigation and Forensic Evidence in Manama said that Abdullah had left the country to Dammam in Saudi Arabia four years ago and have not returned since then.
He confirmed that the Bahraini suspect left the country via King Fahd Causeway in 2012.
Saudi authorities issued a list for the fugitives involved in a number of terrorist activities in the Qatif Governorate and Dammam City, which targeted citizens, expatriates and security officials. They were also charged for sabotaging public utilities as well as security and economic installations, in addition to disrupting public life.
In addition to Abdullah, the list included Saudi nationals: Jaafar bin Hassan Makki Al-Mubaireek, Fadel Abdullah Mohammed Al Hamada, Ali Bilal Saud Al-Hamad, Mohammed bin Hussein Ali Al Ammar, Maitham bin Ali Mohammed Al-Qudaihi, Mufeed Hamza bin Ali al-Alwan, Majid bin Ali Abdulrahim Al-Faraj and Ayman Ibrahim Hasan al-Mukhtar.
Right after the names of the suspects were released by the Saudi authorities, arrest warrants were issued for them at Bahrain’s ports as part of the Ministry’s counterterrorism strategy that protects lives, property, security and general safety.
In a statement issued, the general director said that arrest warrants were issued for the suspects cited in the list at Bahrain’s ports as part of the Interior Ministry’s counter-terrorism strategy that aims to protect lives and property and ensure general security.