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All Posts Tagged With: "Saudi Arabia"

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: Prince Abdullah bin Faisal bin Turki Al-Saud




Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: Prince Khalid bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud

Prince Khalid is best known as the commander of the joint Arab forces during the first Gulf War.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Interview: Senator Joseph R. Biden

October 7, 2004: Senator Joseph Biden (D - Delaware,) the ranking Democrat on the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, discusses Saudi Arabia with host Carol Marin.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud

In 1983, King Fahd appointed Prince Bandar ambassador to the United States.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: Prince Nayef Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud

Prince Nayef's politics are aligned with the conservative Islamic tenets that underpin Saudi Arabian society.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Introduction

Will the kingdom will find a path to democratic reform or succumb to a rising tide of Islamic extremism.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: King Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz Al-Saud

Though reportedly a friend of the Bush family, King Abdullah has been critical of U.S. political positions.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Essay: Saudi Arabia, America’s Ally and Enemy

Saudi Arabia is in the throes of a crisis. Its population is growing faster than its economy, its welfare state is rapidly deteriorating, regional and sectarian resentments are rising, and the disaffected are increasingly turning to radical Islamic activism.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: Prince Salman Ibn Abdul Aziz

In 1962, Prince Salman became the influential Governor of Riyadh Region.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud

in August of 2002 Prince Sultan was sued by the families of September 11 victims for contributions he allegedly made to charities with ties to al-Qaeda.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Who’s Who: The House of Saud: Intro

Approximately seven thousand amir, or princes, make up the most important branch of the Al-Saud family

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

The Saudi Question: Resources

Learn more about Saudi Arabia from these additional resources.

Oct 7th, 2004 | Comments

Suicide Bombers: Map: Recent Suicide Terror: Saudi Arabia

Especially since September 11, 2001, the Islamic kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been viewed as a breeding ground for militant Islamic terrorist activity.

Jul 1st, 2004 | Comments
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