Saudi Arabia arrests over 400 suspected ISIL members 

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July 18, Riyadh: More than 400 people suspected of belonging to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) cells arrested by Saudi Arabia on Saturday.

The statement posted on Saturday on the official news agency SPA said the number arrested to date is 431, most of them citizens, in addition to participants from other nationalities. Six successive suicide operations, which targeted mosques in the Eastern province on every Friday timed with assassinations of security men were thwarted, it said.

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