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How does Saudi Arabia feel about the U.S. and what's happening in Iraq?

Does Saudi Arabia have a friendly trade relationship with the U.S. (beyond oil)? How do the Saudi people feel about the U.S. both in general and its military presence in the region? What is the government's official stance on Iraq? What was their reaction to finding out that some of the 9/11 highjackers were Saudi citizens? How do Saudi Arabian's feel about Al Queda? I know this is a loaded question but I'd love to hear from someone familiar with the region. The opinions of both government officials and ordinary citizens. Thanks.

Asked By: yourmotherhasrabbies - 12/10/2007
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Oh we Saudi's love Americans.. Just not Bush.. but the average American is loved here and spoiled beyond belief.. You get preferential treatment if you are Western here.. We trade everything it seems with USA.. Cars, clothes, goods, stores, industrial items, technology.. My brand new home has all american appliances in... More
Answered By: Mintee - 12/11/2007
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9/11 was planned by the US, the attacks to the pentagon, was planned by the US, it was all planned by US. Do me a favor and search Conspiracy Theories on Yahoo Videos/Youtube.com. Just listen to what they have to say, believe what you want, but at least hear it all out.
Answered By: irreplaceably_rare - 12/10/2007
 
they dont care they own most of our banks so more money for them LMAO
Answered By: Bryan is wondering - 12/10/2007
 
The Saudis are conflicted. On the one hand, they hate us because we are infidels, but on the other, we are a source of wealth. So, in the end, the Saudis are to the U.S. the spoiled children of a rich father they despise. As far as the hijackers being mostly Saudi citizens, it is clear proof that they were the ones... More
Answered By: Johnny Wraith - 12/10/2007
 
Saudi Arabians in general are surprisingly pro trade with America. Over the past 20 years the U.S. and SA have become extremely close trade partners, an most Saudis acknowledge that a good deal of SA's growth is due to trade with the U.S... More
Answered By: shabushabu - 12/10/2007
 
There are more than 23 million ppl living in Saudi Arabia, you can't place judgment on that large number of people. There are more than 15,000++ Saudi Students in The United States. Oil is not just used for fuel.
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Answered By: *nono - 12/11/2007
 
In all honesty, I feel more comfortable with Americans rather than being with my own people... More
Answered By: Soco Ammertto Lime - 12/11/2007
 
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