War Sours Many Saudis on U.S. Motives The war in Iraq has turned many Saudi families who once admired the United States into severe critics. Some are openly hoping for an American defeat, fearing an American "colonial" presence in the region. NPR's Kate Seelye reports.
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The war in Iraq has turned many Saudi families who once admired the United States into severe critics. Some are openly hoping for an American defeat, fearing an American "colonial" presence in the region. NPR's Kate Seelye reports.