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In Depth (Saudi Arabia / Terrorism) #785377

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 31, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Calls for a holy war against the US from some clerics in Saudi Arabia despite their government’s claim to be cracking down on extremism examined; details given of a religious statement urging Muslims to wage holy war in Iraq. [In Washington, DC, March 7, Saudi foreign policy advisor Adel al-JUBEIR†- states imams are punished when they preach hate.] [From Memri TV, Sheikhs Ai’dh al-QARNI†, Abdallah al-MUSLIH† {with translations on screen} – praise the jihad against the occupiers in Iraq; call for suicide attacks.] [Sheikhs Safar Al-HAWALY††, Mosa al-GARNI†† {thru translator} - support jihad in Iraq.] [Saudi Institute Ali al-AHMED†- says the private message is “terrorism is bad only when it’s against us.”]

Williams, Brian;
Myers, Lisa

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