Saudi man home ‘after 7 years in Israel jail’

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal has been working to secure the release of Abdulrahman al-Atwi since 2005A Saudi man who spent nearly seven years in an Israeli jail after he got "lost in Egypt's Sinai desert" has returned home, local daily Al-Watan reported on Saturday.


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