Saudi opens Al-Qaeda ‘rehab’ resort

The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort
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The spokesman for the Saudi minister of interior General Mansour Turki (2R) is given a tour alongside other media representatives of a new centre the for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A local media representative looks at a washing machine during a tour of a new centre for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)
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The spokesman for the Saudi minister of interior General Mansour Turki (2R) is given a tour alongside other media representatives of a new centre for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Local media representatives visit a painting workshop during their tour of a new centre for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Local media representatives visit the dining room during their tour of a new centre for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)
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The spokesman for the Saudi minister of interior General Mansour Turki (2R) is given a tour alongside other media representatives of a new centre for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Local and international media representatives are given a tour of a new centre for the rehabilitation of suspected 'terrorists' and potential al-Qaeda recruits in Riyadh on April 9, 2013. The new centre, which is built on 76 thousand square metres and hosts suspects from 41 different nationalities has similar facilities to a recreational resort. (AFP/Getty Images)