The attacks come as SPA reports that the coalition is intensifying air raids on Houthi positions in the northern Yemeni province of Hajjah.
Shiites make up an estimated 10-15% of Saudi Arabia's population.
Salman is currently serving a four-year sentence in a separate case.
Bahrain, a strategic island where the US Navy’s Fifth Fleet is based, has a Shi’ite Muslim majority population but is ruled by a Sunni royal family.
Israel carried out more than 200 strikes over the past 18 months in war-torn Syria, where Hezbollah fights alongside Israel's arch-foe and Shiite powerhouse Iran in support of the Damascus regime.
Iraq's political system is designed to ensure that no one person or party can dominate in order to avoid any return of a dictatorship following the ouster of strongman Saddam Hussein.
Sunni powerhouse Saudi Arabia and the predominantly Shiite Iran have for decades stood on opposing sides of Middle East conflicts including the Syrian civil war.
The group said around 150 Shi'ites and security forces members were killed or wounded in Friday's attack in the city of Gardez in Paktia province, but gave few details on how the attack was carried out.
Ayatollah Isa Qassim has been allowed to travel to London for medical treatment.
The 24 people were sentenced to jail terms of between three years and life.
Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, head of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) has been in government custody since troops clashed with his followers in the northern city of Zaria in December 2015.
Western powers had carried out their biggest attack on Assad's regime before dawn on Saturday with strikes on targets they said were linked to Syria's chemical weapons programme.
Three members of the security forces were killed and seven people, including candidate Zineb Abdel Hamid al-Hiti, were wounded.
The nine people jailed were charged with throwing Molotov cocktails at police.
The IS-claimed attack came a week after a similar blast in Kabul.
Isis claims responsibility for the attack, which followed another blast claimed by the group in Kabul last week, which killed around 30 people near a Shiite shrine as the city celebrated Nawruz, the Persian new year.
Members of the Popular Mobilisation Forces will now be granted many of the same rights as members the military.
Saleh's death could mark a major turning point in a conflict that has left thousands dead, led to one of the world's worst humanitarian crises and deepened tensions between Middle East rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran.
Hezbollah's recent increase in strength has caused its foes, such as Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the United States, to be forced to take notice.
They have named 59 people, including Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Yousef al-Qaradawi, and 12 entities, including Qatari-funded charities Qatar Charity and Eid Charity.