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War Room (Terrorism: Adelman, Shepperd, Zogby Interview-Part II) #655092

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2001
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(Studio: John King) Live discussion continued with former United States arms control director Ken Adelman, United States Air Force (Retired) Major General Don Shepperd and Arab American Institute President James Zogby about the response in Arab countries to the US-led war on terrorism and the lack of open support from leaders of Muslim countries examined; map shown of the Middle East. [SHEPPERD - says Arab nations provide services to the United States military effort at great risk to themselves.] [ZOGBY - says Saudi Arabia has been public in its condemnation of Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden and cooperative with the United States in the war effort.] [ADELMAN - says Saudi Arabia and Egypt have been cooperative on the surface, but anti-American sentiment is freely expressed.]

Reporter(s):
King, John
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00:04:00

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