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Submitted by George El Masri (United States), May 14, 2003 at 14:43

You think for the outside world, the choice is clear; the Saudi monarchy is like Ikhwan alternative. If not worst .

Suadi Arabia as it is today will never survive another 5 years ...max . If not months away from total take over by the Ikhwan. I would think we better be prpared for the worst . The crown prince is one of the Ikhwan, he aided them back in 1979. When he intervieened and freed Osma during the Ikhwan Mecca take over.


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