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(Los Angeles: Brian Williams) President Bush’s visit to Saudi Arabia during his Middle East trip and a possible arms deal with the Saudis noted; scenes shown.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) Concerns about Saudi Arabia’s position in the war against terrorism and its human rights record examined. [Terrorism analyst Michael SHEEHAN- says the issue for the US is foreign fighters coming into Iraq.] [Washington Institute for Near East Policy Michael JACOBSON- says the primary source of financing for world wide terrorism is from Saudi Arabia.] [Human Rights Watch Christoph WILCKE- says their record on human rights is extremely low.] [NBC News producer Lubna HUSSAIN- comments on the treatment of women.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Myers, Lisa
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