Muslim worshippers gather after a suicide bomber detonated a device near the security headquarters of the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia, July 4, 2016. (REUTERS/Handout)
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Lebanese officials Tuesday condemned the wave of suicide attacks that hit Saudi Arabia a day earlier, killing at least four people and wounding several others.A suicide bomber killed four security personnel outside one of Islam's holiest sites Monday, the Prophet Mohammad's mosque in Medina, just as the call to sunset prayers was ending and hours after suicide bombers struck in two other Saudi cities: Jeddah and Qatif. Speaker Nabih Berri also released a statement offering his condolences to the Saudi King Salman and to Iraq's top Shiite cleric Grand Ayatollah Sistani for the recent bombings in Iraq and Saudi Arabia.Hezbollah accuses Saudi Arabia of supporting extremist militant groups in the region such as ISIS and AL-Qaeda.Saudi Arabia has been a target of ISIS attacks that have killed dozens of people. In June, the Interior Ministry reported 26 terror attacks in the kingdom in the last two years.
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