Commentary: Don't Let Saudi Arabia Become Another Iran

As Americans bury the 19 victims of the June 25 explosion in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, a nightmare is haunting U.S. foreign policy makers. It is Iran. Not in the sense that Tehran may have been involved in the attack, although it is a possibility. Rather, the nightmare is that the House of Saud may be going the way of the Shah of Iran, down and out.

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