Sri Lankan police have arrested a Wahhabi preacher, Mohamed
Saudi Arabia was informed in advance of the attacks in Sri

Sri Lankan police have arrested a Wahhabi preacher, Mohamed
Aliyar, director of the Islamic Guidance Centre in Kattankudy,
an eastern city with a Muslim majority.

He is reportedly linked to Zahran Hashim, the head of Daesh’s
Easter operation, which killed nearly 270 people and injured
more than 500.

The Islamic Guidance Centre, which was frequented by Daesh’s
local chief, is funded by donations from Mohamed Aliyar’s
classmates in Riyadh.

The Lebanese newspaper, published by Hezbollah, Alahed News,
published a facsimile of a cable from the Saudi Foreign
Minister to his ambassador in Sri Lanka. It is dated April 17,
2019. It reads as follows:
“Urgent – Top secret To His Excellency Ambassador Abdul Nasser
bin Hussein al-Harethi You must immediately take the following
actions: – 1° You must delete all documents, computer data and
last correspondence with national and foreign members and
groups, you must also impose a curfew for embassy staff
unless[travel] is necessary; – 2° You must inform all those
associated with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including
advisers, security forces and intelligence services, to avoid
any presence in public and overcrowded places, including
churches, over the next three days, especially that of
Christian Easter; – 3° You must regularly send written news
about the Sri Lankan authorities and their views to this
ministry. Signed: Ibrahim bin Abdul Aziz al-Assaf, Minister of
Foreign Affairs “.
The attacks took place on 21 April 2019.

The official Saudi television channel, Al-Arabiya, announced on
1 February 2014 that Daesh was headed by Prince Abdul Rahman
al-Faiçal (brother of the then Minister of Foreign Affairs).
Following President Donald Trump’s Riyadh speech, Saudi Arabia
withdrew its support for jihadist organizations. However, the
case of the “Movement for Faith”, referred to in British
propaganda as the “Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army”, showed that
Saudi Arabia was leading Rohingya terrorism in Myanmar in 2017.
Since then, there have been numerous unverified reports of
Riyadh taking control of the jihadists.

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