According to the Human Rights Watch (HRW) report on the poor human rights situation in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi intelligence service has arrested around 70 Saudi citizens on the chargers of cooperating and having alleged connections with the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). HRW called for transparency regarding the fate of the detained terror suspects and asked Riyadh to respect basic human rights values in dealing with detainees. “These people were working in government-run organizations, companies and also in Army” AFP quoted the head of Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Khalid bin Bandar as saying. There are rumors, coming out of tight-controlled kingdom that three of those detained terror convicts had been trained in Iraq by ISIS to carry out terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia, thus the Saudi high court sentenced them to death. Saudi Arabia regularly executes convicted criminals by beheading. Its use of the death penalty has been criticized due to a lack of transparency and human rights standards.