What did the oldest Saudi prisoner in Iraq say to “Okaz”? – Saudi news

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After an absence of more than 27 years he spent in a number of Iraqi prisons, the oldest Saudi prisoner in Iraq, Nasser bin Mashhour Al-Ruwaili, returned to his family’s home in the Tarif governorate, northern Saudi Arabia.

Al-Ruwaili had entered Iraq in 1995 to trade sheep, and he was arrested there for no apparent reason other than being charged with illegal entry into Iraq. From Iraqi prisons.

“Okaz” monitored the feelings of the returnee to the homeland, who raised his hands to the sky thanks and praise to God and then to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, his Crown Prince, and for the shrine of the Ministry of Interior. He did not stop, especially in recent years. He extended his thanks and appreciation to the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Shammari, and to all embassy employees.



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