Al-Quds al-Arabi reports that a Saudi citizen has been arrested for calling in to the al-Jazeera live call-in show Minbar al-Jazeera discussing the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Al-Quds didn't report what he said, so I went to the transcript to find out. Right away, I noticed that he gave his full name, making it pretty easy for the Saudi police to track him down. He mourned Zarqawi's death and claimed eventual victory for Islam based on the promise of the Quran. But most of his remarks, and the host's follow up questions, called on Arab leaders to rethink their approach to the jihadist movement and to consider dialogue and negotiations with it - because their current approach hurt them and their people more than it hurt the ideas of the jihad. I didn't see anything in his remarks which would constitute a call to violence or a direct threat to the Saudi state, but he was clearly sympathetic to the jihadist movement.