ISIS has claimed responsibility for two mosque attacks that left around 30 people dead in Saudi Arabia.
At least four people were killed on May 29 after a car exploded outside a Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia. According to media reports, a car exploded outside the Shia mosque in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, during Friday prayer.
The incident cames one week after a suicide bomber detonated himself at another Shiite mosque in Saudi Arabia on May 22 that claimed lives of over 20 people and left injured scores during the Friday prayers.
ISIS "has ordered its soldiers everywhere to kill the enemies of religion, especially the Shiites," a spokesman for the group is heard as saying in the audio message.