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George W. Bush & Prince Abdullah
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The most important debate today is over a classified 28-page section of a 2002 congressional report on the attacks, which the George W Bush administration ordered kept secret. President Barack Obama has promised a decision on whether to declassify the material by next month. But the release of these ...
The George W. Bush administration had classified and removed a 28 page document from its report to Congress on the 9/11 terrorist attacks that had described ... Sir Richard has stated that ever since that meeting, Saudi Arabia's policy toward al-Qaeda and its allies has been suppressing them at home and supporting them ...

The Kingdom also encouraged the Bush administration to invade Iraq in 2003. And the Saudi ... To sum up, Saudi Arabia's policy on Syria amounts to funding groups considered by Washington to be terrorists and to lobbying the President of the United States to destroy the Damascus government. The two ...
is a former UPI staff writer who divides his time between the U.S. and South America. A correspondent to the Christian Science Monitor, his work has appeared in many publications including TheNation.com, E Magazine, Grist, the American Prospect and other publications. He is a regular contributor to ...
The most important debate today is over a classified 28-page section of a 2002 congressional report on the attacks, which the George W Bush administration ordered kept secret. President Barack Obama has promised a decision on whether to declassify the material by next month. But the release of these ...

The George W. Bush administration had classified and removed a 28 page document from its report to Congress on the 9/11 terrorist attacks that had described ... Sir Richard has stated that ever since that meeting, Saudi Arabia's policy toward al-Qaeda and its allies has been suppressing them at home and supporting them ...
The Kingdom also encouraged the Bush administration to invade Iraq in 2003. And the Saudi ... To sum up, Saudi Arabia's policy on Syria amounts to funding groups considered by Washington to be terrorists and to lobbying the President of the United States to destroy the Damascus government. The two ...

is a former UPI staff writer who divides his time between the U.S. and South America. A correspondent to the Christian Science Monitor, his work has appeared in many publications including TheNation.com, E Magazine, Grist, the American Prospect and other publications. He is a regular contributor to ...
The George W. Bush administration had classified and removed a 28 page document ... Sir Richard has stated that ever since that meeting, Saudi Arabia's policy ...
The Kingdom also encouraged the Bush administration to invade Iraq in 2003. ... To sum up, Saudi Arabia's policy on Syria amounts to funding ...
In Washington, the Bush administration took a diplomatic approach to .... streets to demonstrate against Saudi Arabia's policy to prevent Jews ...


 

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