Gaddafi And The Saudis: The Feud Lives On

Did Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, even as he was renouncing terrorism to win the favor of the Bush Administration, really order a hit on Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler, Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud? Or are the Saudis pushing trumped-up charges? Libyan officials deny the accusations, Saudi sources stand by them, and U.S. officials--while saying "the Saudis are hyping" the story--aren't quite sure what to think.

The explosive allegations are based in part on the testimony of Abdurahman Alamoudi, an American Muslim leader arrested last fall at Dulles airport, who claimed he was told by Gaddafi last June that...

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