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Saudi Arabia's misplaced priorities

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Submitted by Hari Iyer (United States), Jan 5, 2005 at 01:50

Recently on a radio show, I heard that Saudi Arabia contributed $10 Million towards Tsunami diasaster. This is not a paltry sum. However, the radio show mentioned that Saudi Arabia hosted a "telethon" in the not-so-distant past raising $110 Million towards taking care of families of Palestine Suicide bombers with one Saudi Prince alone giving as much as $27 Million as an individual contribution.

Talk about misplaced priorities.
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