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Asir police arrest Saudi for blasphemy
A Saudi citizen was arrested in Dhahran Al-Janoub for blasphemy.
The Saudi appeared in a viral video where he allegedly made offensive remarks against God.
The security services in Dhahran Al-Janoub Police managed to arrest the man, Asir Police confirmed.
Police said during questioning the man showed signs that he was suffering from a psychological disorder.
They said they have taken legal measures against the man, who was referred to the competent authority for further action.
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E-payments exceed cash transactions for 1st time in Saudi Arabia
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