Just prior to President Obama’s arrival in Saudi Arabia in April Saudi daily Al-Hayat published an exceptionally harsh article on this topic by Saudi legal expert Katib Al-Shammari, who argued that the U.S. itself had planned and carried out 9/11, while placing the blame on a shifting series of others – first Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, then Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq, and now Saudi Arabia
The embassy of Saudi Arabia in the German capital has been decorated with an ISIS flag and labeled the “Daesh Bank” in a projection stunt performed by human rights activists in an effort to draw attention to the kingdom’s purported links to terrorist organizations.
The US failed to properly investigate Saudi Arabian involvement in the 9/11 attacks and removed evidence that Saudi officials aided the terrorists from the public version of the 9/11 Commission Report, a commission member has said.
John Lehman, who was secretary of the Navy during the Reagan administration, said the 28 classified pages contain evidence that as many as six officials aided the Al-Qaida terrorists that attacked the US on September 11, 2001.
Striving for a peaceful legacy, Christians in Burma (also called Myanmar) are choosing to patiently endure an influential Buddhist monk’s campaign to build pagodas on church properties. Still this is a “taking” of church property by Buddhists with government permission
Thousands of people have fled an area in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo after up to nearly 40 Christian villagers were hacked to death by suspected Islamic militants, Christians in the area confirmed. A Christian missionary told the news agency that thousands of people have fled the region
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) publicly released its 2016 Annual Report citing allies such as Saudi Arabia and Pakistan as repressing religious freedom as well as North Korea and Vietnam. The commission wants to list both Iraq and Syria which the Obama Administration has resisted.
An examination of Saudi Arabia’s Yemen diplomacy provides rare insights into the ways a vital U.S. ally has been granted a privileged perch at the world’s most powerful security body. Working through its military allies — principally the United States, Britain, and Egypt — Saudi Arabia has succeeded in blocking actions to restrain its military conduct and highlight humanitarian costs of the conflict.
The Saudis have spent untold billions of dollars spreading their Wahhabi ideology, including material such as “Jihad: The Forgotten Obligation.” This is an ally of the United States? No. The Saudis are not an ally of the U.S. and have not been since 9/11 and even before.
London-based rights organization said that Saudi Arabia’s Specialized Criminal Court passed the ruling on Issa al-Hamid. He will served nine years for being critical of the despotic regime that rules Saudi Arabia. He was also banned from foreign trips for another nine years.
Fresh information allegedly connecting the government of Saudi Arabia and the 9/11 terror attacks has been released.
Officials have revealed that the flight certificate of Al-Qaeda bomb maker Ghassan Al-Sharbi was discovered hidden in an envelope from the Saudi embassy in Washington when they arrested him in 2002. He had a flight certificate to participate in 9/11