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Ten Questions: What's wrong with the Saudis?

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Submitted by RPaine (Australia), Apr 5, 2006 at 05:37

The following ten question seem valid, and worth discussion.

1. Aren't the Saudis our (best) friends?
2. Do the Saudis look down on Americans?
3. How do Saudis treat non-Saudis and/or non-Muslims in Saudi Arabia? (including Pakistanis, Indonesians, Malaysian, etc., also)
4. Does a successful Iraq mean Saudi Arabia loses stock/power/clout as the worlds major oil provider?
5. What are Saudi Arabian top ten largest investments in the United States? (i.e. Hollywood, MSM, Oil, Ports, Airlines, Defense Provisions, Horses??)
6. Are the Saudi oil wells and manufacturing industry booby-trapped with explosives to prevent anyone from taking them over?
7. Are the numbers of Saudi students in the United States actually higher now that pre-911?
8. Are the individuals/families of Saudi beneficiaries of the massive profits of the Saudi oil exports/sales doing anything in the world that benefits the needy, where they do not directly benefits from attached strings?
9. Are the Saudis responsible for funding anit-American, anti-Constitution groups in the United States?
10. Has Saudi Arabia misused the profit form oil exports, and used these resources to subjugate the West, the United States?
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