Saudi Arabia: Keeping Devils at Bay

While most Arab leaders are obsessed with the problem of Israel, Saudi Arabia's King Feisal is more worried about his fellow Arabs. In neighboring Yemen, he faces a hostile and radical Republican regime that has constantly attacked him for six years. In South Arabia, also on his borders, the terrorist National Liberation Front recently drove out the pro-Feisal sheiks and sultans, renamed the country South Yemen and immediately cast covetous eyes on the sheikdoms of Muscat and Oman and the oilfields of the Persian Gulf, of which Feisal owns a good share. Everywhere he turns, Feisal sees the threat...

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