Two terrorists have been killed in the port city of Jeddah after they engaged with Saudi security forces who discovered their hideout on Saturday.

The forces surrounded the house in al-Harazat neighbourhood and asked the terrorists to surrender. The terrorists responded by shooting resulting in an exchange of fire.

Smoke could be seen coming from the area because of a suicide detonation by the terrorists.

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Miss Em
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2017-01-21 14:14

I believe those consecutive attacks on Saudi Arabia’s soil prove that Saudis and Muslim countries are targeted by terrorism and the whole world should cooperate to eliminate the threat of terrorism.

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Daeshbags Sux
2017-01-23 07:35
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It’s called reaping what you sown. Spread the wind, you harvest the tempest. Thus, by thinking like this, you must believe that Israelis trying to sink the USS Liberty, that was because they’re against the USA while they simply did it as LBJ asked them to, in order to create a false flag that would have allowed an US intervention in the Middle-East and BTW divert attention from the gory events in Vietnam. The problem ain’t so terrorism as we see it : actually, it’s much easier to defeat than many think, Daesh could be liquidated in just a few… Read more »

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2017-01-21 11:40

Err, they used a 113 or 227kg aerial bomb to blow the place or what?????
“and asked the terrorists to surrender”
=> Due to what Saudi “justice” is, I think it’s like facing Daesh : you prefer to end killed while fighting!

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2017-01-21 14:03
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Of course they will ask the terrorists to surrender so they can get the chance to live and face their punishment. However, they chose not, luckily there were no civilian casualties. I think this incident and the last one, where a police officer killed the two terrorists, showed how Saudi Arabia is making great efforts to eliminate the threat of ISIS.

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2017-01-23 07:33
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Hey, strange way to capture that is dropping a JDAM on a house with two gunmen.
For sure they won’t surrender : they’re sure to be tortured then beheaded. KSA is nothing else than a Daesh that succeeded…

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2017-01-23 07:21
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He detonated a suicide belt; can’t you read?

International
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2017-01-21 20:05

In the past few years..ISIS adopted quite a number of shootings and even full on bombings in the Kingdom- and so many lives have been taken. Yet so many fail to see how terrorism has affected Saudi more than ther nations. Not to belittle any loss at all..But the fact that many still accuse KSA and Islam of being the ones propelling these attacks is apalling. We just began 2017….and just less than twelve months ago there was this suicide bomber who got killed and others who were wounded in a blast near the U.S. consulate in Jeddah, This isn’t… Read more »

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2017-01-23 11:46
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“In the past few years..ISIS adopted quite a number of shootings and even full on bombings in the Kingdom- and so many lives have been taken. Yet so many fail to see how terrorism has affected Saudi more than other nations.” => Are you fucking kidding? Any rogue-state would direct attacks against itself to play the victim! They’ve red Arafat’s memoires, LOL! How to be a terrorist and to look like a freedom fighter! This guy while being a Nazi even secured the Soviet’s help while at the same time getting the Arab League’s help… “But the fact that many… Read more »