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Reader comment on item: [Freedom House report on] Saudi Venom in U.S. Mosques

Submitted by Rob James (United States), Feb 1, 2005 at 08:40

Initially, I had suspected that Palestinian-Americans would eventually import Hamas' armed Qassam brigades to start a wave of suicide bombings across America. After that perhaps one of the Sunni Iraqi Resistance movements would do the same. I honestly did not see the Saudis getting involved. At the very least, I would have suspected the Saudis to be smart enough to stay out of our affairs for their oil's sake.
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