New arrests in Saudi Arabia linked to Jabri

The “New Testament” account said that the Saudi authorities recently launched a new campaign of arrests that affected a large number of people, in one way or another, with the man of the intelligence services who fled to Canada, Saad Al-Jabri.

The account stated in a tweet via “Twitter”, that “a large number of those who had a previous relationship with Saad Al-Jabri were investigated, and some of them were stopped.”

He continued, “All the people who had money transfers between them and Saad al-Jabri were arrested,” noting that the contractor who built the villa for Jabri was also arrested.

Last August, Saad al-Jabri filed a lawsuit against the Saudi government with the American judiciary, accusing Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of sending a squad to try to assassinate him.

Al-Jabri says; The authorities kidnapped two of his sons without any legal justification, and blackmailed him to return to the kingdom in exchange for their release.

It is noteworthy that Al-Jabri worked as a security advisor to the former Saudi crown prince, Muhammad bin Nayef, before leaving the Kingdom for fear of being arrested, after Mohammed bin Salman came to power.

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