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Nightline: The Kingdom #714957

ABC Special for Wednesday, Nov 20, 2002

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Taped segments with Deborah Amos (ABC), King Faisal Hospital employee Sofinas Kusti‡, freelance journalist Ryid Kusti‡, US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Bob Jordan, Shy Mytiab‡, Omar Shams‡, English language newspaper editor Halid al-Muwena‡, Youssef Ibrahim of the Council on Foreign Relations, ABC News military consultant Anthony Cordesman of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal‡, and Saudi Arabia National Guard Brigadier General Mohammed Abo-Sak re: political, religious and social aspects of life in Saudi Arabia today, with introductory remarks by Ted Koppel (ABC).

Amos, Deborah

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