Westerners in Arabic States Jittery American and other western residents of Saudi Arabia are increasingly jittery amid the looming prospect of war in neighboring Iraq. Many fear new terrorist attacks by Islamist militants outraged over the U.S. invasion of another Muslim state. NPR's Kate Seelye reports from Riyadh.
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American and other western residents of Saudi Arabia are increasingly jittery amid the looming prospect of war in neighboring Iraq. Many fear new terrorist attacks by Islamist militants outraged over the U.S. invasion of another Muslim state. NPR's Kate Seelye reports from Riyadh.

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