Saudi Arabia Deported Roughly 40,000 Pakistanis For Ties To Terrorism In The Last 4 MONTHS

According to sources, The Middle East Monitor is reporting that Saudi Arabia has deported tens-of-thousands of Pakistanis over connections to terrorist organizations all in the last 4 months.

Al-Sadoun stressed that the religious and political beliefs of Pakistani nationals must be known to Saudi authorities before they are granted work or given entry into the kingdom.

Here’s an idea! Now Hollywood can go to Saudi Arabia and protest along with their Democrat followers, and we can have some peace and quiet on the streets of America.

Wishful thinking…

VIA| According to the Middle East Monitor:

Saudi Arabia has deported almost 40,000 Pakistanis over the past four months, claiming that they could be involved in the commission of terrorist acts, Moheet.com reported on Friday.

Over 39,000 Pakistanis have been deported from Saudi Arabia in the last four months, the Saudi Gazette reported on Tuesday.

The deportations were attributed to visa violations, crime and security concerns linking the deportees to terrorist organisations, but come amid a background of migrant worker unrest that has plagued the kingdom over the past year.

Citing “informed security sources”, the Saudi Gazette said that a number of the Pakistanis deported were linked to the Daesh group or terrorist activities [ISIS]. Others were deported over crimes including drug trafficking, theft, forgery and physical assault…

Saudi officials have called for a rigorous vetting process before allowing foreign workers into the kingdom.

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