Sunday, May 24, 2015

Saudi Arabia: Shi'a Mosque Bombing Perpetrators were members of ISIS

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia's Government, Sowgi (23/5/2015), says it has successfully identified the suicide bombers in a Shiite mosque which killed 21 people. The Government justifies the perpetrators have affinity with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

"The name of the performer is Salih bin Abdulrahman Salih al-Ghishaami, a Saudi citizen. He became a fugitive security apparatus since it became a member of the terrorist cell that ISIS received orders from abroad, "the Interior Ministry statement was quoted as saying Saudi Arabia news agency SPA.

The name of suicide bombers that delivered the Government of Saudi Arabia should not be confused with claims of ISIS. The militant group, in a statement, calling the offender named Abu Ammar al-Pakistani.

Previously, ISIS claims to be responsible for the suicide bombing attack at a mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia, Shiites Friday (22/5/2015). The attack killed at least 21 people and injuring dozens of others.

The blast occurred during Friday prayers at the Imam Ali Mosque in Qatif, a province in the eastern parts of Saudi Arabia. The photos uploaded in social media shows victims injured or killed with blood-stained clothes taken out of a building to the ambulance cars parked outside.

ISIS militant group called the perpetrators of the suicide attacks was Abu ' Ammar al-Pakistani. Such attacks are rare in Saudi Arabia, although the country's borders with Iraq and Yemen are wracked by conflict.

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