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I don't believe that the FBI's doing everything it can to combat terrorism

An Arab American FBI agent who ran the FBI office in Saudi Arabia, sued FBI in 2003 now speaking against the agency he loves


[tags] FBI, combat, terrorism, Saudi Arabia [/tags]

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  1. Hi Jad! Off topic, but I tagged you for the book tag deal...:)

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  2. You,ve been tagged :-)
    Check my blog..

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  3. Yaii! Yaii! Two chicks tagged me

    My prayer has been answered, thanks lord!

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  4. Jad, you are so funny...you mean one chick and one old brooding hen tagged you! Within half an hour of each other, no less!

    Hey, guy, I'm praying for YOU as you delve into MySpace...be honorable, remember God sees all...

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