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Fareed Zakaria Mar 2
In Saudi Arabia, men can download a wife-tracking app on their phones. Created by the Saudi government, the app will send out a text alert if a wife heads for the airport, or the border. Tune into "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," airing Sunday @ 8 pm ET/PT
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 3
Coming up on our Special Report "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," airing now on CNN: Every time there is a crisis between the US and Saudi Arabia, Americans ask, "Why are we friends with these people?" We'll look at how oil has kept the alliance intact
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 3
Starting now on CNN: our Special Report "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets" We'll begin with a look at how oil shaped this country, how religion and law intersect in its conservative society, and the status imposed on women
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Yousef Al Naimi Mar 3
Just watched by on . A collection of out of context half truths & old, tired stereotypes put into dramatical sequence. Really hoped it would reflect an accurate picture of what is going on in & dynamics behind it. Really disappointing.
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 3
Tune into CNN tonight @ 8pm ET/PT for "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets" My thoughts on the death of Jamal Khashoggi--and some footage of my interview with him years ago:
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سعودي واقعي Mar 24
A boy’s response to the lies he saw on this fakumentary which left him crying and asking: “why do they say this about us”??
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 3
In Saudi Arabia, women have the status of children. By law, their husbands or fathers are their guardians. Some clerics give men a free hand--to beat women. Tune into "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," airing tonight @ 8 pm ET/PT
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 2
Tune into "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," airing Sunday @ 8 pm ET/PT It's a complicated story of oil, a severely conservative society, a controversial US alliance, a young reformist crown prince--and the death of a journalist
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 3
Saudi Arabia's story is intertwined with ours: The closest ally of this strange desert kingdom has been America, the world's most open democracy. Why? Tune into CNN tonight @ 8pm ET/PT for "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets" to find out
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 3
Pres. Trump has counted on Saudi Arabia for his Middle East foreign policy--and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has managed the relationship, sometimes via WhatsApp Tune into "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," tonight @ 8p ET/PT on CNN
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Yousef Al Naimi Mar 3
Replying to @YousefAlNaimi
In their jihad against Trump, it would make sense for CNN to go after Saudi, latest of CNN hit pieces that deliver a predetermined narrative casting KSA in the worst possible light. The problem is this ends up dehumanizing us & distorting the truth about us.
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Nate is a DoughNut. Mar 3
Currently Watching "Kingdom of Secrets" on CNN 🇸🇦We call these butchers of freedom and civil rights "allies" while we turn a blind eye to their atrocities to both americans and freedom fighters.
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 2
Tune into my CNN Special Report "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," premiering Sunday at 8pm ET/PT
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 3
Pres. Trump is mostly right about Saudi Arabia: More than any single country, it controls the price of oil. Tune into "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," tonight @ 8 pm ET/PT Some of my thoughts on the kingdom and its path forward:
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 2
Mohammed bin Salman is a young man in a hurry. He has thrown so many balls in the air--foreign policy, domestic reform, economic liberalization--all within a framework of increasing authoritarianism Tune into "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," Sunday @ 8pm
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CHANCE 💟 Mar 3
About the secrets, I would like to say some secret about 😎. Many people didn't know enough information about us, but now they will know. I will talk about the present, the beautiful present, now we have parties, events, a strong economy and more..
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Fareed Zakaria Mar 2
In the CNN Special Report "Saudi Arabia: Kingdom of Secrets," we'll trace the roots of Osama bin Laden's war against the US Tune into CNN Sunday at 8 pm ET/PT
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Kelly Johnson Mar 10
Is anyone else watching on ? I knew that most of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudi, but most ISIS members are too. The only religion allowed is Islam. The government made an app for husbands to track their wives. The leader is mad. And we’re their closest ally.
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Matthew RJ Brodsky Mar 3
I watched by , a disjointed historical narrative interspersed with the incident which is made to represent some huge turning point. It’s very weak sauce followed by his recognition that & his is actually the right move.
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Michael J. Trout Mar 3
Watching — wow. Wtf are we in any relationship with these fanatics? said it best “keep your oil cheap and u can do anything you want in your backyard.” We don’t need them anymore.
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