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LONDON, 27 October 2004 — Belgian authorities revealed yesterday that they had arrested three months ago Hussein Muhamamad Al-Haski, one of the 26 most wanted terrorists who figured last on the list published by the Saudi Interior Ministry in December last year.
According to a statement issued by the office of the Belgian prosecutor general, “Al-Haski was planning to carry out an attack when he was arrested last July.”
Haski is one of the two Moroccans on the list of terrorists who were wanted for involvement in a series of terror attacks across the Kingdom. The other Moroccan on the list, Abdul Kareem Al-Majati, who was behind the Casablanca explosions, is still on the run and is believed to be outside Saudi Arabia.
According to a statement issued by a terrorist group, Haski had taken part in the hostage-taking and shooting drama that took place in Alkhobar in May this year. Four armed men killed 22 people and wounded 25 others at a residential complex in the eastern Saudi city.
Haski entered the Kingdom illegally with a group of Saudis who returned to the country after taking part in battles abroad. He had also taken part in the war against Soviet forces in Afghanistan, alongside Arab fighters.
With Haski’s arrest, only nine of the 26 are still unaccounted for; the others have been killed, surrendered or arrested. Those still on the run include Saleh Al-Aufi, the present commander of Al-Qaeda in the Kingdom, Abdullah Al-Rashoud and Sultan Al-Otaibi, two ideologues of the cell.
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