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Inna Shumilina 
The political and economic lobbying within the decision-making circles in Washington is widely believed to be a common practice. With this regard the Saudi Arabia is usually mentioned as one of the most striking example. Many experts tend to believe that the Saudis are able even to overplay the powerful Pro-Israeli lobby in Washington. Do they threaten the actual American interests in the region, as the Pro-Israeli lobbyists are used to claim?
Middle East, Saudi Arabia, Obama, the pro-Arab lobbyism, Israeli lobby, Muslims in the USA, the national association of Arab Americans (NAA), a negative image of the Arab, USA
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