Interior minister warns states sponsoring terror to target KSA

Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior. (SPA)

Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior. (SPA)


Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Naif, deputy premier and minister of interior, has accused unnamed states of sponsoring terrorist groups to target Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries.

“There are terrorist groups that are proxies of states and regimes that use their potentials to undermine our security and stability and our existence,” the prince told a meeting of the Arab Interior Ministers Council in Algiers.

Prince Mohammed said the Islamic State and other terrorist organizations were attacking Islam using the name of Islam. “The security of Arab countries is an integral part that cannot be alienated,” he said while reiterating the Kingdom’s support to strengthen Arab security and stability.

“Our previous efforts to expose the danger of terrorism in our countries and other countries were successful in formulating an Arab anti-terror strategy,” he added. “The challenges to our security are many and require joint Arab action,” the prince said, stressing the need for greater efforts to protect Arab youth from extremist and misguided organizations.

Prince Mohammed expressed hope that the conference would adopt resolutions that enable Arab countries to effectively combat terrorism and extremism.


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