Saudi policemen gather around debris following a blast inside a mosque, in the mainly Shiite Saudi Gulf coastal town of Qatif, 400 kms east of Riyadh, on May 22, 2015. AFP PHOTO / STR
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Lebanese leaders condemned in the strongest terms Friday a suicide bombing which targeted a Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia, saying it aimed at sparking strife in the stable kingdom.Prime Minister Tammam Salam said the attack reflected a "black criminal mind" that has nothing to do with Islam and which aimed at stirring strife in Saudi Arabia. Progressive Socialist Party leader Walid Jumblatt said the suicide bombing indicated that terrorism did not differentiate between regions, people or sects.Similarly, Hezbollah denounced the attack, saying takfiri groups targeted all those who did not share their ideology, whether Sunnis, Shiites, Muslims or Christians.
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