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The House of Saud R.I.P.

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Submitted by david sussman (United States), Nov 12, 2003 at 13:43

Accomodating the House of Saud? Big mistake! They are funamentalist Muslims. Bin Laden is a radical fundamentalist Muslim. Big difference! Let them fight and kill each other. Let Bin Laden take over the Kingdom. Then he may be easier to control. Between you and me, I respect Bin Laden more as an evil adversary to be ruthlessly hunted and killed, than I do the fat Saudi Princes with their planes loads of blond whores.
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