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Daesh financier gets 20 years in prison

Author: Mohammed Al-SulamiMon, 2017-12-25 03:00ID: 1514148922455942700

JEDDAH: A Saudi national who supported and financed Daesh has been jailed for 20 years.
The Specialized Criminal Court in Riyadh sentenced the man on Sunday after he had been convicted of supporting Daesh, joining and participating in e-groups which support its thoughts, financing the group with SR5,000, helping many people to go to war zones, running away from authorities, and violating a previous obligation.
Accordingly, the court decided to sentence him to 20 years starting from the date of his arrest, 10 years of the term in accordance with the Royal Decree No. A/44 dated 3-4-1435 Hijri, five years under Article-6 of the anti-money laundering system, and two years for other charges.
The sentence also included a ban from posting on the web, canceling his mobile SIM card, and imposing a travel ban on him for a period equal to his imprisonment period after leaving jail.

Main category: Saudi ArabiaTags: DaeshSaudi Arabiarelated_nodes: Saudi jailed for 13 years for supporting HezbollahMinistry to pay house rent for Saudi prisoners, patients15-year sentence for 2012 Qatif rioter who instigated violence and trained in Iraq

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