Daesh members threaten to kill their kin in Saudi Arabia

Daesh members threaten to kill their kin in Saudi Arabia
Updated 07 October 2015

Daesh members threaten to kill their kin in Saudi Arabia

Daesh members threaten to kill their kin in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: Several Daesh terrorists have threatened to kill their families and loved ones in the Kingdom “if they do not repent,” according to a video that went viral on social networking sites on Sunday evening.
The threat comes in the wake of a citizen, Saad Al-Anzi, killing his cousin, Madous Al-Anzi, on the first day of Eid Al-Adha, in an incident that shocked Saudi society.
Saad was arrested two days after the crime was committed. The video shows Jammer Al-Khamali Al-Anzi, Al-Anbar deputy commander and a member of the Saudi branch of Daesh, posting pictures of his relatives working in the Kingdom, including his brother, and calling for their killing “if they do not repent.”
This comes as Al-Khamali’s family publicly disowned him in a press statement. Al-Khamali had previously been jailed for six years in the Kingdom, and was released by the courts.
However, he traveled to Syria with Daesh and issued threats against his relatives and fellow citizens on Twitter and Facebook. Twitter has since suspended his account.
Meanwhile, a video went viral on YouTube showing a woman inside her home thanking security officers for raiding the house.
It appears she is the mother of a wanted suspect, according to several posts on networking sites.