From Newsweek Magazine 1/13/15 "In a predawn raid earlier this month, armed militants operating from the so-called Islamic State, or ISIS, breached the northern Saudi Arabia border and launched a suicide attack on a military post, reportedly killing three border guards. After ISIS claimed credit for the strike, it emerged that one of the dead Saudi soldiers was General Oudah al-Belawi, the commander of all Saudi forces in the northern part of the country. Normally, such high-ranking officers don’t visit the border, which suggests that ISIS may have been tipped off in advance about the general’s travel plans."
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