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Unprecedented Global Alert Issued In Saudi Arabia Terror Threat

Posted: 10 Feb 2009 11:00 PM PST

In what is being described as an “unprecedented global alert,” the International Criminal Police Organization today issued its largest-ever most wanted list for 85 terrorist suspects, who are sought by Saudi Arabia for allegedly plotting attacks against the country and for suspected links to al Qaeda.

“Never before has INTERPOL been asked to alert the world about so many dangerous fugitives at one time,” said Secretary General Ronald K. Noble in a statement. “We know that we are approaching the 16th anniversary of the first World Trade Center bombing on Feb. 26, 2009 and therefore must be especially vigilant of fugitive al Qaeda terrorists.”

Many terrorism experts are concerned that al Qaeda will strike again shortly, said former FBI Agent Brad Garrett, an ABC News consultant. He speculated that the record alert – which was requested by Saudi Arabia – is a possible effort by the country to look like a team player on the terrorist-fighting front, after long being criticized for its lax security and funding of extremist groups.

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Today’s security alert is known as an “Orange Notice” – which was originally intended to warn authorities of potential threats, but can be released publicly “for any act or event which poses a risk to the safety and security of citizens around the world,” according to the agency.

The alert today was sent by the INTERPOL Secretary General at the request of the agency’s National Central Bureau in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The suspected terrorists are 83 Saudis and two Yemenis, according to INTERPOL.

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Written by Michael Cooper

February 11, 2009 at 8:56 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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