Skip to comments.Confirmed: Top Saudi Officials Aided the 9/11 Jihad Plot
Posted on 07/17/2016 5:13:04 PM PDT by Mr. Mojo
The 28-page section of the 9/11 report detailing Saudi involvement in the September 11, 2001 jihad attacks have finally been released (albeit with substantial portions still redacted), and it is now clear why one President who held hands with the Saudi King and another who bowed to him worked so hard all these years to keep these pages secret: they confirm that the 9/11 jihad murderers received significant help from people at the highest levels of the Saudi government.
The report states that Omar al-Bayoumi, who may be a Saudi intelligence officer, gave substantial assistance to hijackers Khalid al-Mindhar and Nawaf al-Hamzi after they arrived in San Diego in February 2000. Al-Bayoumi met the hijackers at a public place shortly after his meeting with an individual at the Saudi consulate. Around the same time, al-Bayoumi had extensive contact with Saudi Government establishments in the United States and received financial support from a Saudi company affiliated with the Saudi Ministry of Defense. That company reportedly had ties to Usama bin Ladin and al-Qaida.
Another possible Saudi agent, Osama Bassnan, who has many ties to the Saudi government and was also a supporter of Osama bin Laden, boasted that he did more for al-Mindhar and al-Hamzi than al-Bayoumi did. He also reportedly received funding and possibly a fake passport from Saudi government officials. The report says that at one point, a member of the Saudi Royal Family provided Bassnan with a significant amount of cash, and that he and his wife have received financial support from the Saudi ambassador to the United States and his wife. That ambassador was Prince Bandar, about whom the New York Times later noted: No foreign diplomat has been closer or had more access to President Bush, his family and his administration than the magnetic and fabulously wealthy Prince Bandar bin Sultan of Saudi Arabia.
Then there was Shaykh al-Thumairy, an accredited diplomat at the Saudi consulate in Los Angeles and one of the imams at the King Fahad mosque in Culver City, California, who also may have been in contact with al-Mindhar and al-Hamzi.
Saleh al-Hussayen, reportedly a Saudi Interior Ministry official, stayed at the same hotel in Herndon, Virginia where al-Hazmi was staying. While al-Hussayen claimed after September 11 not to know the hijackers, FBI agents believed he was being deceptive. He was able to depart the United States despite FBI efforts to locate and re-interview him. Who got him out of the country?
There is much more. The report redacts the name of another Saudi national with close ties to the Saudi Royal Family, but notes that he is the subject of FBI counterterrorism investigations and reportedly was checking security at the United States southwest border in 1999 and discussing the possibility of infiltrating individuals into the United States. There is no telling who this could have been, but Prince Bandars unlisted phone number turned up in a phone book of Abu Zubaida, a senior al-Qaida operative captured in Pakistan in March 2002. Abu Zubaida also had the number of a bodyguard at the Saudi Embassy in Washington, DC.
The report also mentions a CIA memorandum that discusses alleged financial connections between the September 11 hijackers, Saudi Government officials, and members of the Saudi Royal Family. This memorandum was passed on to an FBI investigator; yet despite the clear national implications of the CIA memorandum, the FBI agent included the memorandum in an individual case file and did not forward it to FBI Headquarters. Why?
There is still more, and with this much smoke, there is almost certainly fire: the Saudi connection to 9/11 goes to the highest levels of the Saudi government. And as I detail in my new book The Complete Infidels Guide to Iran, a U.S. District Judge ruled in 2011 that the Islamic Republic of Iran was liable for damages to 9/11 families because of Irans role in facilitating the 9/11 attacks. The judge found that Iran and its proxy Hizballah had cooperated and collaborated with al-Qaeda before 9/11 in planning the attacks, and continued that cooperation after the attacks.
After 9/11, the U.S. declared war on terror and entered Iraq and Afghanistan. But if Bush had really been serious about attacking jihad terror at its root, he would have invaded Saudi Arabia and Iran instead. Under Obama, the betrayal has gotten exponentially worse. There needs to be a full Congressional investigation now into why these 28 pages were kept secret for so long, with those responsible punished accordingly. And above all, the next American administration must make a searching reevaluation of our relationship with Saudi Arabia, and stop treating enemies as allies.
Arrest them and hang them.
If Saudi Arabia objects or hinder this - carpet bomb them.
Nothing will happen to Saudi Arabia by American hands.....probably ever.
Which should have been done in 2003, at latest.
How the #### did we end up in Iraq?
And if one supported going into Iraq, fine. But why not SA ALSO??!?!!!
The Buses are in bed with the saudis so much I’m suprised they’re not pregnant by them.
No surprise. Bush protected Saudi ruling family members in the USA by hustling them out of the country right after 9/11. That meant there was “knowledge” of who carried out, or potentially carried out, the attack. As it was known for some time that Saudi “bad guys” were in this country training to fly commercial jets.
Yet we attacked Iraq instead of Saudi Arabia. Why is probably a complex matter given the Bush family hatred for Saddam.
History has shown that 2 well placed nukes can do the job.
Mecca and Medina need to be vaporized.
So someone finally got into Sandy Burgular’s pants.
What is it with these anti American fascist liberal administrations that they all aid and abet our enemies.
Sounds like an act of war by a sovereign nation to me.
Covering it up all these years sounds like an act of treason.
Doesn’t this belong in Chat?
The well in Qom too.
Tell us something we didn't already know or suspect.
Now, I hope there are consequences.
The report states that Omar al-Bayoumi, who may be a Saudi intelligence officer MAY BE?
Another possible Saudi agent, Osama Bassnan, who has many ties to the Saudi government and was also a supporter of Osama bin Laden, boasted that he did more for al-Mindhar and al-Hamzi than al-Bayoumi did.
Another “Possible” Saudi Agent?
That is so typically ‘Government Speak! Another govspeak expression (which might be the funniest of all) is the phrase, “Minimal Redactions”.
Lord, have mercy...
President Bush. What did he know and when did he know it?
Round them all up, try then all one by one, then hang them one by one.
“The Buses are in bed with the saudis so much Im suprised theyre not pregnant by them.”
Based on the information in the 28 pages, George W. Bush violated his oath of office. He committed treason against the people of the US by aiding and abetting the Saudi government. He should have been impeached. Today he should be tried for treason and sent away for a long prison sentence.
300 million a year lobbying congress and the WH, Bush holding the kings hand, Obama bowing and scraping. Who owns ya baby?
I’ve thought he was a piece of #### for a while now.
That whole ####ing family.
I hope jeb is enoying his “cool” things to do.
Perhaps for fun we could start out with cluster bombs and some MOABs. We paid for them I’d like to see them used. Then of course followed by SHOWTIME!
just a reminder to vote for Trump and not stay home and give your vote to Hillary
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