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Submitted by Teresa (United States), Jun 19, 2003 at 20:59

I understand that many Saudis who come here to the United States think they don't have to follow the laws of our land, yet if an American is over there in their country, you can bet we have to obey their laws, like the Arabian Prince who refuses to have a female air traffic controllers on the air strip. If someone comes into our country, he should have to be made to obey our laws just like we do when we are over there. Why the American Government allows this with diplomatic immunity is beyond me.
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