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Extremist Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Hiding Saudi Woman from Security Guards - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive
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Riyadh- The Specialized Criminal Court in Riyadh has issued a preliminary sentence of four years in prison for a Saudi condemned of assisting a Saudi woman, Rima al-Jarish, to escape the security guards and implement her terrorist plan to join her son in the conflicts’ zones beside ISIS.

The condemned admitted supporting an extremist, adopting the jihad methodology, backing fighting groups, assisting Rima in escaping security guards, establishing, sending and storing what might shake the public order and violating previous pledges.

The Saudi woman Rima requested the help of some terrorist groups’ members to hide from security guards and sneak the southern border to reach Syria along with her kids. Her son Mu’az enrolled in ISIS one year before her arrival.

The condemned Saudi was sentenced four years in prison.

In a related matter, the Specialized Criminal Court issued a preliminary sentence in the case of a citizen proven to prepare and send what might shake the public order through posting on Twitter anti-Saudi tweets.

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