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Widows of 9/11 victims blast U.S.'s close alliance with extremist Saudi Arabia, noting its similarities to al-Qaeda - Sa

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In a New York Times op-ed, five women who lost husbands on 9/11 condemn U.S. ties with the Wahhabi Saudi monarchy...

Saudi Arabia is a theocratic absolute monarchy that governs based on an extreme interpretation of Sharia (Islamic law), regularly beheads dissidents and refuses to grant women basic rights.

As Salon has detailed in a previous report on how Saudi Arabia funds and exports Islamic extremism, in the past few decades, the Saudi regime has spent an estimated $100 billion spreading its extremist ideology worldwide.

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