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Last weekend questions emerged about whether money donated by the Saudi embassy in Washington may have found its way into the hands of terrorists. A panel discusses the status of U.S. – Saudi relations and new efforts to crack down on terrorist funding.
- Mamoun Fandy syndicated columnist and author of "Saudi Arabia and the Politics of Dissent"
- Ambassador Walter Cutler president of the Meridian International Center and former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
- Adam Zagorin Washington correspondent for TIME magazine
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