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Four women in Saudi Arabia was sentenced to six to 10 years in prison for supporting the al-Qaida
Four women in Saudi Arabia was sentenced to six to 10 years in prison for supporting the al-Qaida and prepare their son for Jihad.
Saudi Arabia's Government Media said the woman was also found guilty for accessingblocked sites and download the "audio-video material" related to the battle.
This latest sentence was dropped when Saudi Arabia and neighbouring countriesparticipating in the U.S.-led air strikes against groups that call themselves Islamic countries or ISIS in Syria.
Saudi Arabia has introduced severe penalties to prevent people from joining the jihadgroup.
Residents who claimed to go overseas for Jihad could face demands for punishmentof up to 20 years.
The authorities set up a Special Tribunal in 2011 for Saudi citizens and foreigners who are accused of being linked to al-Qaida or was involved in the deadly attacks in the Kingdom in 2003-2006.
The Saudi Government Media reported in August that the leader of the most influential Sunni Muslim Saudis illustrates the pejihad of al-Qaida and ISIS as "enemy number one".
Meanwhile, the Saudi Kingdom's highest religious authority also urged Muslim youthto be unaffected by the call to jihad. (BBC)