Saudi Arabia arrested an alleged terrorist cell of 10 people, the Saudi Presidency of State Security said in a statement Monday.

Three of them reportedly have ties to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), after receiving training with producing explosives in October 2017, according to the statement.

Saudi security forces raided a house and a farm last Tuesday and seized explosives, ammunition and weapons.

The security body’s statement revealed few more details, not even the region in which they were captured.

The identities were likewise omitted, with the statement citing the ongoing investigation.

Maj. Gen. Bassam Attia, spokesman for the Presidency of State Security, told state-run Al-Arabiya that “the overthrow of the terrorist cell is an achievement for Saudi Arabia.”

“Every Saudi success,” he said, “is a failure for Iran.”

Iran and Saudi Arabia are embroiled in a longstanding conflict that has notably spilled over into Yemen, which is currently fighting a sectarian civil war. Saudi-led coalition forces support the internationally recognized government, while Iran backs the Shi’ite Houthi rebels.

The Houthis have launched dozens of attacks, including via the use of drones, against Saudi targets.

Read More: I24

FREE COPY: Understanding the threat from Iran

Covering the threat from Iran to Israel and the West, plus the plight of the Iranian people: Read our Operation Mordecai campaign booklet online or receive a FREE copy by post.

Related Articles:

Israel’s Prime Minister delivers speech to United Nations – full speech

Israel's Prime Minister Naftali Bennett addressed the United Nations General Assembly this week addressing issues such as Iran, the regional security of the Middle East. Full transcript...

Iran’s foreign minister vows to eliminate Zionism at UN’s anti-racism conference

Iran’s foreign minister told the UN's anti-racism conference that his nation’s "willpower is dedicated" to the elimination of Zionism. The UK was among 38 countries that boycotted the...

Anti-Semitic vandal defaces 17 London bus stops calling Jews ‘grey aliens’

A London man has been charged after he defaced 17 bus stops in North West London with anti-Semitic and homophobic graffiti. Nicholas Lalchan, 49, wrote, "Jews and gays are...

Instead of seeking stronger deal, UK urges Iran to comply with existing nuclear deal that has already failed

This week the UK's new Foreign Secretary, Liz Truss, met with her Iranian counterpart to discuss the Iran nuclear deal and urged the Iranian regime to return to full...

US Congress overwhelmingly passes $1 billion funding for Israel’s Iron Dome

The United States House of Representatives has overwhelmingly passed a bill to fund $1 billion to Israel's Iron Dome self-defence system after an attempt to cut funding by...