Saudi police kill 'wanted terrorist' in restive Shia province

Saudi security forces

Saudi security forces

Dammam - Saudi authorities have announced that they have killed Qatif's "most unsafe terrorist" named Jaafar Bin Hassan Makki Al-Mubaireek, Al Arabiya English reported on Saturday.

The ministry confirmed that they were involved in several terror attacks since 2011, including shooting, using weapons and explosive devices that targeted the Tarut police station and several security patrol units in the restive Eastern province area.

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Al-Mubaireek, who was killed on Friday night during a security operation in the city of Saihat, is considered to be one of the "most unsafe terrorists of Qatif".

The security spokesman of the Ministry of Interior stated that at 10pm on Thursday night, Sergeant Mohammed Hussein Hazazi, part of a border guard patrol on duty at the Al-Rams coast in Qatif governorate dies when "exposed to fire shooting". Authorities have blamed the violence on "terrorists" and drug traffickers.

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Home to a significant number of the kingdom's minority Shia Muslims - who have traditionally complained of marginalisation - Qatif has recently seen mounting attacks on police.

Last week, two security personnel were injured when a roadside bomb hit their auto in Qatif.

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