According to The National newspaper’s Monday report, the 29-year-old man is on trial for his alleged terror plans.
“He scouted and inspected locations to execute his plan of planting explosives to kill foreigners in the country <…> He posted information that belonged to a terrorist organisation, to promote it and recruit members,” the court documents read, as quoted by the media outlet.
The terrorist organization in question is Daesh, the newspaper added. The case has been adjourned until March 14.
Daesh is a militant group which took over large areas of Syria and Iraq in 2014. It is outlawed in many countries, including Russia. The group gained notoriety for its human rights atrocities, and has offshoots in many countries.
In December, a man was sentenced to death in absentia in the United Arab Emirates for having links to the group.