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The War Room (Adelman, Grange, Fowler Interviews-Part I) #724326

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 10, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with Ken Adelman†, US Army retired Gen. David Grange† and Middle East Institute Chairman Wyche Fowler† about the videotape purported to be of Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden and the search for bin Laden and Mullah Mohammed Omar around Tora Bora. [GRANGE - says the videotape should be shown through the Muslim world; comments on the difficulty of finding people hiding in terrain.] [ADELMAN – expresses concern that the tape could cause glorification of bin Laden by those who spew hatred of the US; comments on Saudi funding of anti-American institutions; says the Pakistanis have done a good job supporting the US.] [FOWLER - says hatred in Saudi Arabia is directed at bin Laden; states there is no evidence of anti-American venom coming from Islamic schools; agrees that Pakistan is cooperating with the US.]

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