Institute for Gulf Affairs
Institute for Gulf Affairs (formerly the Saudi Institute) is a Washington, D.C.-based human rights advocacy group and think tank that monitors politics and education in the Middle East. Ali al-Ahmed, a Saudi Arabian scholar and a critic of the Saudi monarchy, is the director and founder.
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- Robert Worth  "Unrest Encircles Saudis, Stoking Sense of Unease," February 19, 2011, New York Times.
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