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Riyadh Fears Islamic State Militants Want Sectarian War in Arabia

Tighter security in Saudi Arabia has made it hard for Islamic State group to target the government so the militants are instead trying to incite a sectarian conflict via attacks on the Shi'ite Muslim minority, the Saudi Interior Ministry said. Last week the Sunni group's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi called for attacks against the Sunni rulers of Saudi Arabia, which has declared Islamic State a terrorist organization, joined international air strikes against it, and mobilized top...

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