Saudi dissident refuses to condemn Al Khobar carnage

George, Alan
March 1997
Middle East;Mar97, Issue 265, p18
Focuses on the pronouncement made by Khalid al Fawwaz, representative of the Advice and Reform Committee (ARC) of London, England, regarding his refusal to condemn the Al Khobar carnage blaming instead the United States and Saudi government provocations for said carnage. Accounts of bombing incidents in Saudi Arabia; Objectives of the ARC; Political activities of other London-based Saudi dissidents.


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