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Arab World Recoils at Saudi Bombing

As the U.S. warns of more terror, radicals are condemned in the Mideast after the deadly attack at a complex housing Muslims. Al Qaeda remains poised to launch terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere but appears to have sparked a backlash in much of the Arab world by bombing a Saudi compound filled with Muslim women and children from many countries, U.S. officials said Monday. As searchers pulled another body from the rubble Monday, bringing the death toll in Saturday’s attack in Riyadh to 18, U.S. and Saudi officials continued to blame Al Qaeda and said there were indications of more attacks in the works. A U.S. official said authorities “definitely” expect additional Al Qaeda attacks in Saudi Arabia, and “likely elsewhere in the Arabian Peninsula…. There were enough other [intelligence] strands that more is to come.” Full Story

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