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Tuesday, September 16, 2003

Our Friends the Saudis

Sometimes I wonder if the Arab culture is capable of seeing, facing or telling the truth.

Saudi Arabia yesterday said that Israel was responsible for the collapse of a cease-fire accord in the occupied Palestinian territories and that renewed violence had not only worsened the situation in Palestine but also hampered international efforts to implement the road map.

The Council of Ministers, which met here under the chairmanship of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Fahd, said Palestinian factions were maintaining the truce...
I guess it doesn't count when Jews are killed.

And in another example of not facing the truth:
Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal warned of an “insurmountable gulf” in relations developing between the United States and his country if US misconceptions about Saudi Arabia persist.

Prince Saud told Time magazine that “if these misconceptions continue to rise, they build a gulf that is insurmountable.”

“We try to fight that gulf. We are finding a hard time on the other side of the ocean,” Prince Saud said.

Responding to US criticisms that his country had become a breeding ground for terrorism, Saud that it was due to the worsening Israeli-Palestinian conflict and not because of Saudi Arabia’s social system.
It's the Jews' fault... it always is. These people are pathetic.


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