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Thirty people have graduated from the Jeddah and Riyadh units of the Prince Muhammad bin Naif Center for Rehabilitation, which was set up to overcome extremism in the country (Saudi).
Interior Ministry Spokesman Maj. Gen. Mansour Al-Turki said on Monday this was the second group that passed out since June. There were previously 13 beneficiaries from Riyadh and 17 from Jeddah earlier this year.
The participants were released from the center after showing indications that they had moved away from deviant ideologies after attending various intensive programs on law, social sciences, psychology, history, science, mathematics and the arts.
Al-Turki said the graduates would now undergo special programs to integrate them into mainstream society.
More than 1,900 people have benefited from the programs at the center since its founding in 2006.