Saudi youngster blows himself up in Syria

File photo of a destroyed building at the site of a car bomb explosion in the al-Zahra’a neighborhood in Homs. Fahad Al-Hajiri, a Saudi high school student, was involved in a separate suicide attack on an oilfield in the city at the beginning of this month after IS chose him for the mission.

File photo of a destroyed building at the site of a car bomb explosion in the al-Zahra’a neighborhood in Homs. Fahad Al-Hajiri, a Saudi high school student, was involved in a separate suicide attack on an oilfield in the city at the beginning of this month after IS chose him for the mission.

Fahad Al-Hajiri, a Saudi high school student, was involved in a suicide attack at the beginning of this month after IS chose him and three others to carry out an operation inside an oilfield in Homs.

Al-Hajiri, nicknamed Abu Azzam Al-Sharqi, lived in Dammam, where he went to school, but he left his studies to fly to Syria and join IS.

Prior to his departure, Al-Hajiri tried to communicate with members of IS in Syria via Internet, to arrange his stay there. He participated in a number of battles after he finished his intensive training, or what IS calls Shariah training.

Abu Abdulrahman Al-Mutairi, a man who fought with him for IS and has since returned, said they were told that they would “carry out the operation in Al-Shaer oilfield in rural Homs.”

 
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