Friends Like These

Peretz, Martin
October 2001
New Republic;10/1/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 14, p12
Discusses the support given by Saudi Arabia to the Taliban. Aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the United States; Discussion of how the Wahabis in Saudi Arabia have supported the Afghani Taliban; Information on the relations of the U.S. with Saudi Arabia; Hope of the U.S. government to form an alliance with Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Iran in the war against terrorism.


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