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Pat Roush, the American whose daughters were kidnapped and taken to Saudi Arabia where they live as captives, will be a guest on MSNBC’s “Buchanan & Press” tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. Eastern to discuss her new book, “At Any Price.”

The recent release from WND Books tells the gripping story of Roush losing her daughters and how she was prevented by her own government from retrieving them.

It has been more than 17 years since Alia and Aisha, then 3 and 7 respectively, were taken by their Saudi father, whom they hardly knew, to Saudi Arabia. The book shows how Roush found herself thrust into high-stakes international politics due to her efforts to free the girls and how the U.S. government betrayed her to protect Saudi interests.

Thanks to Roush’s crusade, legislation has been enacted relating to human rights, protection of American children and women in foreign countries, religious freedom, abduction prevention and visa restrictions. She has testified before congressional committees numerous times.

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