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Reciprocity -- Addition to Prof. Eidelberg's comments

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Submitted by Eliyahu ben Abraham (Israel), Nov 9, 2006 at 06:45

I agree with Prof. Eidelberg about what the USA did not get out of its "friendship" with Saudi Arabia. I think he is referring to the lack of reciprocity in the US-Saudi relationship without using the word.

For instance, Paul reports thousands of mosques being built in the US with Saudi money. But there is no reciprocity, since Saudi Arabia does not allow churches, synagogues, etc. to be built there.

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