June 10th, 2015
Episode 202 of 629 episodes
Saudi Arabia's bombing campaign of Yemen has gone hand in hand with an escalation of anti-Shia violence and rhetoric. And bomb explosions since late last year, which originally seemed to implicate Iran or Hezbollah, have since been claimed by Islamic State, declaring to rid the Arabian Peninsula of "all the polytheists". So what are the ramifications for the future of Sunni-Shia relations within Saudi Arabia under the relatively new King Salman, who has made few overtures to the Shiite community since coming to power.
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