Saudi King pardons Libyans, reformers
Saudi King Abdullah on Monday pardoned three jailed high-profile reform activists and a group of Libyans who had plotted to assassinate him.
“Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has issued an order to pardon and release the following prisoners: Abdullah Al-Hamid, Matrouk Al-Faleh, Ali Al-Damini and Saeed ibn Zaeer, who are serving jail sentences, as well as Abdul Rahman Al-Lahem, whose case is still in the court,” Interior Minister Prince Naif said, and praised the king’s kind gesture.
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