Notably, Saudis make up the second-largest group of foreign-fighter nationalities in ISIS, according to a December 2015 report by The Soufan Group.
I look at Saudi Arabia and think, “Well, we do have those periodic ISIS attacks in the country … these low-level attacks in the eastern provinces where the Shiites live or on the Yemen-border security outposts.” But what if there is something more serious in Saudi Arabia? That’s what worries me the most about Saudi. A real security incident there.
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