110-H.CON.RES.262

Expressing the sense of Congress regarding Saudi Arabia's policies relating to religious practice and tolerance, including Saudi Arabia's commitment to revise Saudi textbooks to remove intolerant and violent references.

11/15/2007--Introduced.

Expresses the sense of Congress that the Secretary of State should: (1) continue to designate Saudi Arabia as a "country of particular concern" for engaging in systematic violations of religious freedom; (2) create a formal mechanism to monitor implementation of the government of Saudi Arabia's policies relating to religious practice and tolerance; (3) begin diplomatic discussions with the government of Saudi Arabia with the goals of closing the Islamic Saudi Academy (ISA) until ISA textbooks are made available for public examination and ensuring prohibition of indirect ISA funding; and (4) report to Congress respecting such actions.

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