Saudi Arabia’s general prosecutor ordered on Wednesday the arrest of an Arab resident for supporting the Houthi militias’ firing of a ballistic missile towards Riyadh.
Sheikh Saud al-Moajab ordered the arrest of the resident after he voiced his support to the Houthis on his twitter account.
The General Prosecution stressed that it will continue to pursue all who violate society or the rights of others.
It vowed to track down all violators in order to preserve the Kingdom’s security and safety of its people against those who make statements of incitement without realizing the danger of their actions.
It added that it will not allow anyone to meddle with the nation’s security and violate its laws.
The Saudi Defense Ministry announced on Tuesday that it intercepted a Houthi missile that was directed against Riyadh, shooting it down south of the capital. No one was injured in the incident.