Tag: Saudi Arabia

Judge Allows Lawsuit Accusing Saudis of Financing 9/11 to Proceed

March 29 (UPI) — A federal judge on Wednesday rejected the Saudi Arabian government's attempt to dismiss a lawsuit accusing it of financing al-Qaida and sponsoring the Sept. 11 attacks. The lawsuit demands Saudi Arabia...

Sixteen More Convincing Reasons to Question 9/11

It has been 16 years since the crimes of September 11th, 2001. In that time, facts have been revealed that led more than a third of Americans to believe that the U.S government was...
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Senator Bob Graham: Bush and Cheney Made Sure Plot Not Exposed

Paul Jay interviews Senator Bob Graham, former head of the Senate Intelligence Committee and co-chair of the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001, eight...

JASTA Bill Sponsor Organized Voice Vote to Guarantee Passage of 9/11 Justice Act

Originally published at Sputnik by Leandra Bernstein on 9/9/16 The procedural maneuver to call a voice vote in a nearly empty chamber House of Representatives was carried out to guarantee passage of the Justice Against...

What was Omar al-Bayoumi doing in San Diego?

Originally published at the San Diego Reader by H G Reza on 7/27/16 Nearly 15 years after the 9/11 attacks, questions linger about a San Diego man’s ties to two Al-Qaeda terrorists he helped settle...

The Long-Hidden Saudi-9/11 Trail

The U.S. government and mainstream media are playing down the long-hidden 9/11 chapter on official Saudi connections to Al Qaeda’s hijackers, hoping most Americans won’t read it themselves, as 9/11 widow Kristen Breitweiser observes. First...