Rasheed Abou-Alsamh

Editor of the Arab News

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Editor at the Arab News, an English-language newspaper based in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia has arrested 172 people it calls Islamic militants, some of whom trained to fly aircraft in attacks on the country's vast oil fields and other targets.  The Saudi…

Saudis Arrest 172 Terrorists from Seven Separate Cells

Saudi Arabia has arrested 172 people it calls Islamic militants, some of whom trained to fly aircraft in attacks on the country's vast oil fields and other targets.  The Saudi…

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