The Riyadh Specialized Criminal Court on Monday sentenced a citizen convicted of supporting Daesh terrorist group, committing criminal activities in the Kingdom and abroad, manufacturing explosives, financing terrorism and resisting arrest to 20 years in prison.
Saudi crown prince receives CIA honor for anti-terror efforts
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, has been awarded a CIA honor in recognition of his efforts to fight terrorism.
12 years for citizen supporting Al-Qaeda
The Special Criminal Court in Riyadh sentenced a citizen to 12 years in jail for his support for the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda.
Senior scholars say decision on takfir rests with Allah
The Council of Senior Scholars has stressed the fact that takfir is a serious issue as it will legalize bloodshed, prevent inheritance and annul marriages.
Saudi Arabia prime target of terrorists
Saudi Arabia has been able to thwart more than 95% of terrorist operations according to a security strategy praised by the world.
Declaring a Muslim a disbeliever
Muhammad ibn Abee Haatim narrates that a man came to Abu ‘Abdillaah al-Bukhaaree and said: ‘O Abaa ‘Abdillaah, such and such has said that you are a disbeliever!!’
No mosque sermon without permission
A forum entitled Fiqh of loyalty and citizenship, organized by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance in Taif over a span of two days with the participation of imams and preachers, recorded varying knowledge of some the participants on familiar challenges that threaten all societies, including facing takfirist thought, the promotion of citizenship, belonging and obedience, and other issues.