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With false pride, (Crown Prince) Abdullah announced an amnesty for the mujahideen who give themselves up and gave them a month to do so," the group said in its Muaskar al-Battar (Battar Camp) newsletter posted on an Islamist Web site.
The newsletter is published every two weeks.
"They thought that this would offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity which will see a huge response, but this is not expected to happen because it seems utter failure is the fate of this attempt to stop the jihad (holy war)."
Saudi militant urges others to repent
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Jun. 30 (UPI) -- A Saudi militant who surrendered to authorities urged wanted terror suspects to follow suit, saying they will not regret it.
Saaban al-Shahri, who appeared on Saudi television Tuesday night, said he was living in a dark tunnel when he was an outlaw and could not wait to get out, stressing that "admitting a mistake is a good deed rewarded by God.