Saudi Public Prosecution receives intelligence files on suspected cell members

Terror suspects Ahmed Yaser al-Kaldi (left) and Ammar Ali Muhammad. (SPA photos)
Updated 14 September 2017
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Saudi Public Prosecution receives intelligence files on suspected cell members

JEDDAH: The Pubic Prosecution on Wednesday received intelligence files on suspected cell members who were arrested on Monday.
State security authorities will furnish the Public Prosecutor with all evidence and documents that were collected during the investigation of the cell members, sources told Arab News.
The list of the arrested included Saudi nationals and residents whose activities were monitored as they were working with foreign parties against the security of the Kingdom, its interests, moderate approach, capabilities, and social stability in order to stir up sedition and harm national unity.
The Public Prosecution will question the accused over this evidence in accordance with the criminal proceedings system, as they were found to have belonged to banned organizations and associated with foreign parties and countries working against the Kingdom’s stability.
The crimes of the cell members included incitement in a direct or indirect manner against the Kingdom and its symbols; continued participation in suspicious conferences, meetings and seminars; deceiving young men and luring them with money, sex and drugs to adopt their positions; and inciting youths to engage in hostile activities.
The crimes levelled against the accused also include their direct or indirect support of organizations targeting the Kingdom; communication and contribution to suspicious activities that are harmful to the security of the Kingdom. 


Najm Insurance graduates female surveyors

Updated 21 June 2018
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Najm Insurance graduates female surveyors

JEDDAH: Najm Insurance Services, the leading traffic support service provider in the Kingdom, on Thursday celebrated the graduation of the first batch of 40 Saudi female surveyors, who will manage traffic accidents.
The graduation ceremony was attended by Maj. Gen. Mohammed Al-Bassami, director general of the Saudi Traffic Directorate.
Najm CEO Fahad Ibrahim Al-Akeel underscored the importance of involving women in managing and dealing with traffic accidents, in line with the royal decree enabling them to drive. The company strives to raise awareness among drivers about safety rules, he said.
Maha Al-Shunaifi, Najm’s director of marketing and corporate communications, said the female graduates underwent an intensive training program, having been selected in accordance with clear and precise criteria.