March 2005
New Republic;3/7/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 8, p8
Examines the content of an anti-terrorism conference held in Saudi Arabia. Claim that the conference was preceded by strong anti-American propaganda in Saudi Arabia's media; Claim that U.S. Homeland Security adviser Frances Fragos expressed approval of the conference despite anti-American sentiment; Key elements of anti-American sentiment expressed at the conference.


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