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In interviews with Iraqi channel Sumariyah News and BBC Arabic released on November 21, 2013, General Secretary of Hezbollah in Iraq and head of Jeish al-Mukhtar, Wathiq al-Bataat, claimed responsibility for a mortar attack on the al-'Uja Police Center, near the Iraqi-Saudi Arabian border as a "response to the takfir fatwas and the sectarian fitnah incitement and the description of Shi'ites as Magi and pigs and promoting their killing" by Saudi Arabia.

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