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Al-Abdali cell in Kuwait linked to 1989 Makkah terrorist cell

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The ruling of the Kuwaiti court against the members of Al-Abdali cell, which is one of the cells of Hezbollah organization in Kuwait, showed that some of the members of the cell were politically and socially linked to some members of the Grand Mosque terrorist cell which was arrested by the Saudi authorities in 1988, where the members of Al-Abdali cell, Mohammed and Abdullah Al-Husseini, are the sons of one of the members of the Grand Mosque cell, who is Hassan Abdul Jalil Al-Husseini, against whom the death sentence was executed, in addition to Zuhair Abdel Hadi Bin Hamid who is a cousin of one of the Grand Mosque cell members Mansour Hassan Bin Hamid, who was executed as well.