A Kuwaiti man is searched by security members outside the Grand Mosque as Sunni and Shiite worshipers arrive to perform Friday prayers together in an act of solidarity at Kuwait's Grand Mosque in Kuwait City on July 3, 2015. AFP/YASSER AL-ZAYYAT
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Three Saudi brothers have been arrested in connection with the suicide bombing of a Shiite mosque in Kuwait last month, the Saudi and Kuwaiti authorities said Tuesday.The bombing was Kuwait's deadliest militant attack and most lethal in any of the six hereditary-ruled Gulf Arab states since a campaign of Al-Qaeda bombings was stamped out in Saudi Arabia a decade ago.The attack has raised concerns about the number of young Saudi men willing to travel to attack Shiites in smaller Gulf Arab states and so make good on a threat by ISIS to step up violence in the holy month of Ramadan.
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