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The increasingly strained relationship between the two countries was laid bare in Riyadh this morning, when Mr Obama arrived at King Khalid International Airport, to be greeted by Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the governor of Riyadh, as opposed to the king himself.
Saudi state television did not immediately air Obama's arrival, which was unusual since right before Air Force One landed, State TV showed King Salman greeting other senior officials from Gulf nations arriving for the Gulf Cooperation Council summit.
They were only brought to the public's attention when an activist discovered them and wrote about them on his website earlier this week.Mustafa Alani, a security analyst at the Gulf Research Center, said the decision to send a lower ranking official to greet Mr Obama was intended to send a clear message that they have little faith in him.'The American people send their greetings and we are very grateful for your hospitality, not just for this meeting but for hosting the GCC-U. summit that's taking place tomorrow,' Obama said, referring to the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council summit.'I don't think any US president has ever been so outspoken about Saudi Arabia,' Toby Matthiesen, a Middle East specialist at St Antony's College, University of Oxford, told the news agency AFP.He added that it was 'embarrassing' for the Saudis.The peninsula is the ancestral home of patriarchal, nomadic tribes, in which separation of women and men, and namus (honour) are considered central.Many Saudis do not see Islam as the main impediment to women's rights.
Fifteen of the nineteen men who hijacked four planes and flew them into targets in New York and Washington in 2001 were Saudi citizens, though the country has always denied having any role in the attacks. However, the White House has been under pressure to declassify a 28-page section of the report that was never published on the grounds of national security.