Saudi police busted a secret ring of Christians, arresting 40 Pakistani men, women, and children who were praying in a Riyadh apartment. Police found religious books and cassettes and a cross. “These people tried to spread the poison and their beliefs to others,” said a police source, “by means of distributing pamphlets and publications.” Now that that’s all cleared up, on to al-Qaeda.
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