The Central Bureau of Judicial Investigations (BCIJ) released a statement saying these people, aged between 21 and 44, are allegedly involved in the planning and execution of destructive terrorist projects against this country.
It also stated that detainees, who will be face a judicial process, compiled data on how to manufacture explosive devices, while advocating the physical liquidation of people and the mutilation of corpses.
Likewise, it reported that the radicals also planned attacks against members of the public security forces and members of government departments, as well as financial and banking establishments, in order to obtain resources and funding for terrorist operations.
Recently, BCIJ director Charkaoui Habboub stated that from 2015 to July last year, the agency dismantled 84 cells considered extremist in the country.
The activity of the government agency, the judicial arm of the General Directorate of
Territorial Surveillance, made it possible to try 1,357 people in court, including 14 women, linked to terrorism cases, he said.