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IN THIS SECTION 9/11-1 General 9/11-2a Saudi Arabia as Player 9/11-2b Saudi Arabia links 9/11-3 No Planes (here) 9/11-4 Mossad Did It 9/11-5 Bosnia Connection 9/11-6 Big Oil 9/11-7 Southeast Asia Connections Port Authority SAUDI ARABIA AS MAJOR PLAYER IN 9/11 See also: Brief Links Saudi General/9/11 Saudi Arabia (General) Aramco Oilprice: Hit.html The Times: Saudi Aramco oil float aids jihad, says 9/11 widow Kristen Breitweiser (08/30/2017) Hijackers Telegraph: 911-hijackers.html Banks funding terrorism: On the Al Rajhi Bank Business Insider: Report Shows How HSBC Maintained Its Ties With One Of Osama Bin Laden's Key Benefactors. By Linette Lopez (07/17/2012) Excerpt: Yesterday, the Senate released a report on HSBC's ties to the darkest actors in global finance. Today, the details of the 335 page investigation are trickling out and shocking everyone. The laundry list of offenses includes everything [from] money laundering for Mexican drug cartels to ignoring U.S. regulations meant to prevent dollars from reaching our country's known enemies. Enemies like Al Qaeda. One of the most damning parts of the report details HSBC's relationship with Saudi based Al Rajhi Bank, a member of Osama bin Ladin's 'Golden Chain' of important Al Qaeda financiers. The relationship has spanned decades, perhaps that is why even when HSBC's own internal compliance offices asked that it be terminated in 2005, even when the US government discovered hard evidence of Al Rajhi's relationship with terrorism, HSBC continued to business with the bank until 2010. Al Rajhi bank is owned by the billionaire Al Rajhi family and holds $59 billion in assets. It is Saudi Arabia's largest private bank. Al Rajhi's links to terrorism were confirmed in 2002 when U.S. agents searched the offices of a Saudi non- profit and U.S. designated terrorist organization, Benevolence International Foundation (page 193). In that raid, agents uncovered a CD-ROM listing the names of financiers in Osama bin Ladin's elite 'Golden Chain.' One of those names was Sulaiman bin Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi, a founder of Al Rajhi bank. It doesn't stop there: Al Rahji is also known for financial services to 9/11 hijacker Abdulaziz al Omari, who was on American Airlines flight 11 (from the Senate report, page 201): See also: BBC Newsbud: 9/11, Saudi Arabia, and the 28 Pages. By Kurt Nimmo (05/29/2017) US Search Yahoo Indira Singh video clip Wall Street Whistleblower, 9/11 Truth, Michael Kane, 2005 “Ptech had all the markings,” said Indira Singh. All the markings of a CIA front company. “I think there is a CIA within the CIA,” Indira told From the Wilderness (FTW). “I think there is a Shadow CIA that does the Iran-Contra type of things–they get funding from illicit methods–and that the Saudi’s are in on it. They might have trained some operatives, and later it backfired – it was blowback within blowback, perhaps.” “What I do know, what the money trails do show, is that the Saudi’s are complicit. In other words, the ones that are extremely fundamentalist, the ones that promote Wahabiism-I’m not saying it’s all of them, but parts of them–are working hand-in-hand, lock step with elements within American intelligence whether it’s official or unofficial. There’s proof of that.” 28 Excerpt:Echoing recent statements by the co-chairmen and the executive director of the 9/11 Commission, CIA director John Brennan today used an appearance on Meet the Press to cast doubt on the contents of 28 classified pages from a joint congressional intelligence inquiry that are said to link Saudi Arabia to the attacks. Article: Twenty-eight pages Author: Lawrence Wright Source: The New Yorker Date 9/9/2014 Excerpt: “The effort to declassify the document comes at a time when a lawsuit, brought ten years ago on behalf of the victims of the attacks and their families, along with the insurers who paid out claims, is advancing through the American court system. The suit targets Saudi charities, banks, and individuals. In 2005, the government of Saudi Arabia was dismissed from the suit on the ground of sovereign immunity, but in July the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the Kingdom as a defendant.” Independent Article: Islamic State: ‘US failure to look into Saudi role in 9/11 has helped Isis’ Source:The Independent Date: 9/14/2014 Excerpt: “The rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) has been aided by the continuing failure of the US Government to investigate the role of Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 attacks and its support of jihadi movements such as al-Qaeda in the years since, says former Senator Bob Graham, the co-chairman of the official inquiry into 9/11.” helped-isis-9731563.html New York Post: Yes, the Saudi Government Helped the 9/11 Terrorists. By Paul Sperry (07/2016) Excerpt: Now we know why the missing 28 pages on 9/11 were kept under lock and key for 15 years: They show the hijackers got help across America from Saudi diplomats and spies in the run-up to the attacks. Because of the coverup, a Saudi terror support network may still be in place inside the United States. Oil Empire Source: The Real News Another source’s discussion dealing with Bob Graham on Saudi Arabia Rense Roots Action petition (at least as of November 4, 2015) Excerpt: Four reasons to take action against Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia buys huge amounts of U.S. and European weaponry, which it uses to slaughter civilians in Yemen, including bombing a hospital, and to repress democracy at home and in neighboring Bahrain. Saudi Arabia sells huge amounts of fossil fuels to the United States and other nations, which they use to render the earth's climate uninhabitable. Saudi Arabia is the leading source of funding for violent groups terrorizing the Middle East, as well as the attacks in the United States on September 11, 2001. Saudi Arabia brutally oppresses its own people, including beheading pro-democracy activists. Western powers have generally seen points 1 and 2 above as positive -- so positive in fact as to require ignoring points 3 and 4. It is time we changed this perspective.
Terrorism: 9/11-3 No Planes