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Saudi delusion

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Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Jul 16, 2006 at 08:22

Saudis talk of protecting the "the Arab nation". What a great delusion it is. Non-Saudi arabs cannot enter SA without proper visa and vetting, which it is difficult to obtain. During the Gulf War 1, tens of thousands of Yemenis who have ben living in SA for decades were thrown out of the Medieval Kingdom of SA just like dirt. If there is Arab nation of saudi dreams, why do Arabs want to run to western countries by means fair and foul instead of going to SA even though they have the same religion, language and culture.

Some nation.

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