A spokesman for the Presidency of State Security in Saudi Arabia said today, Monday, “The Kingdom dismantled this month a terrorist cell trained by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and arrested 10 accused members of this cell.”
The spokesman added, in a statement carried by Saudi media, that the terrorist cell includes 10 members, 3 of whom received training inside Revolutionary Guard sites in Iran, including manufacturing explosives, and the rest were associated with the cell in different roles.
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Seizing (4) advanced listening devices, one (1) welding machine, (4) Kalashnikov machine gun, one (1) G3 rifle, one (1) sniper rifle, (2) pistols, one (1) air hunting rifle (4,620) various live ammunition, (18) machine gun and pistol magazines, a 6-inch plastic storage container for homemade weapons. pic.twitter.com/TFDA4zpJkO
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The spokesman explained that the authorities confiscated weapons and explosives hidden in a house and a farm.
The spokesman for the Presidency of State Security, Major General Bassam Al-Atti, said in statements to Saudi TV that “Iran’s historically proven law is targeting the Kingdom at all levels.”