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ISIL militants have carried out the first such attack in Bahrain’s northern province of Amman, https://www.cifnet.it/products/a-day-to-remember-adtr-l1864-cover-iphone-7-iphone-8-1covers8samsung2265 which saw clashes 성남안마between sec월드 카지노urity forces and Sunni protesters.
In an audio statement released on Saturday, ISIL fighters claimed responsibility for the attack in a city bordering Saudi Arabia, though it did not n진주출장샵ame any official group or location.
The insurgents have claimed the attacks several times in the region, often targeting security forces. They typically leave behind suicide belts and explosives, but did not mention security forces.
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In January, gunmen opened fire at a Christian Coptic church in Dheilan province near Damascus, killing eight people, according to local witnesses.
In February, a suicide bomber attacked an army barracks in the city of Manama, killing 10 soldiers and wounding 27 others.
A number of the militant groups in the region have a history of targeting Bahrain’s mainly Shia population, https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/custodia-cover-iphone-8-8-plus-michael-jackson-this-is-it some of whom have sought to target their government’s decision to cut financial aid to their country, https://www.custodia4cover.it/products/coque-custodia-cover-fundas-hoesjes-j3-j5-j6-s20-s10-s9-s8-s7-s6-s5-plus-edge-b9509-america-team-dallas-cowboys-fj0707-lg-stylo-4-lg-stylo-4-plus-samsung-galaxy-s10e-s10-lite-case which has been increasingly sensitive to the plight of its minorities.
At least 12 Bahraini Shi’ites have died in attacks by ISIL in the past three months, according to media reports. The attacks have raised concerns that the country’s military and security forces have little protection from the extremist movement.
On Saturday, Bahrain’s president called on the international community to assist the country,