ISIS fighters sit on a tank during a parade in Raqqa, Syria June 30, 2014. (AP/Raqqa Media Center)
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A Saudi suicide bomber with the ISIS group called on fellow Saudis to wage jihad and expressed hope that the group would expand into Saudi Arabia and "expel the disbelievers from the Arabian Peninsula," the SITE monitoring service said.It said the man, identified as Abu Hajer al-Jazrawi, had carried out a suicide bombing in August in Syria's Raqqa, a bastion of ISIS. The video was posted on an ISIS internet feed late Wednesday.Addressing his countrymen in an apparent call for attacks not only on the ruling family and Westerners in Saudi Arabia, but also on the kingdom's senior Muslim scholars who have denounced ISIS, Jazrawi said:
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