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Saudi Arabia: Fueling Religious Persecution and Extremism

Nina Shea

Last Sunday, a December 2009 cable that was cited by the New York Times but has not yet been posted by Wikileaks says that Saudi donors remain the chief financiers of Sunni militant groups such as Al Qaeda.

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