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Why I Confronted Gerald Feierstein, a Key American Advocate for Saudi Arabia’s War on Yemen

Click here for reuse options! Feierstein denied lying to Congress, despite ample evidence to the contrary. At a public event in New York last week, Gerald Feierstein, director of the Middle East Institute’s Center for Gulf Affairs and former U.S. ambassador to Yemen, denied claims that he lied on a congressional disclosure form about foreign government funding. He also called Abdulelah Haider Shaye, an independent Yemeni journalist whose reporting on the U.
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