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U.S. Muslim Activist Broke Libya Sanctions, Aided Murder Plot

Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Abdullah weren’t getting along at a March 2003 meeting of the Arab League in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. Qaddafi, wearing an orange embroidered robe that matched the round cap atop his head, berated the prince for allowing U.S. troops on Saudi soil. Abdullah shot back from across the white conference table, shaking his right fist, “Your lies precede you, while the grave is ahead of you.” Then Qaddafi decided the Saudi leader should meet his own grave first, at the hands of assassins, according to documents filed in the case against Abdurahman Alamoudi, 53, a U.S. citizen and lobbyist for Muslim causes who pleaded guilty to financial crimes connected with the failed plot. Full Story

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