“Since 15 of the 19 alleged suicide terrorist were from Saudi Arabia and none were from Iraq, would it not have made more sense to have invaded Saudi Arabia instead of Iraq?”
Veterans Today, 23 February 2014
It has now become clear that a major cover-up has been imposed on the Saudi connection to the Israeli/CIA “false flag” attack of 9/11, where the Saudis put up the patsies.
There were traitors inside the US Air Force at NORAD who assisted the Neo-Cons in the Department of Defense and the CIA in the execution of the atrocities of 9/11.
Its purpose was to drive the US into an otherwise entirely unprovoked and unjustified series of wars in the Middle East, which Prince Bandar may have even planned, whose principal beneficiaries would be Israel and Saudi Arabia. For the US, it has been an expensive (now over $4 trillion) proposition.
Numerous, highly-connected sources with the US intel community have confirmed that a 28-page section of the Congressional “Joint Inquiry Into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001” (2002) has been completely redacted.
Intel sources have also confirmed that this cover-up was implemented as a result of pressure brought to bear by AIPAC, the Israeli lobby. As Jamie Remo has astutely observed, “It has never been fully explained why the pages were blacked out, but President Bush stated in 2003 that releasing the pages would violate national security.”
That is reminiscent of the classification of documents and records by the Warren Commission for 75 years, where if their account of the death of JFK were true, there was no “national security dimension” to the case. What is also becoming increasingly apparent is that Saudi Arabia, like the US itself, has been serving as Israel’s errand boy.
The sources for information about this event come from those as dubious as The New York Post, “Inside the Saudi 9/11 Cover-Up” (2013), and as reliable as Thom Harmann, “House Reps. Mobilizing for Declassification of 28 Suppressed Pages on 9/11 Terrorist Attacks”.
But the author of the Post article, which appeared on 15 December 2013, turns out to be an expert on the subject. While the Congressmen, Reps. Walter Jones (R-NC) and Stephen Lynch (D-MA), have read the report and were shocked by its contents, they are restricted by law from revealing what they learned–and are therefore moving to have the entire report declassified.
As Rep. Jones observed in a press release. “If the 9/11 hijackers had outside help – particularly from one or more foreign governments – the press and the public have a right to know what our government has or has not done to bring justice to all of the perpetrators. . . [T]he information contained in the redacted pages is critical to our foreign policy.”
The bill they have introduced, H.R. 428, titled “Urging the president to release information regarding the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks upon the United States”, would release to the public those 28 pages, which were originally classified by President George W. Bush, who had especially close relations with Saudi Arabia.
The New York Post report
Because the Post has done an excellent job of summarizing the information that appears to have been suppressed, I am now going to quote from it verbatim: ”The findings, if confirmed, would back up open-source reporting showing the hijackers had, at a minimum, ties to several Saudi officials and agents while they were preparing for their attacks inside the United States. In fact, they got help from Saudi VIPs from coast to coast:
LOS ANGELES: Saudi consulate official Fahad al-Thumairy allegedly arranged for an advance team to receive two of the Saudi hijackers — Khalid al-Mihdhar and Nawaf al-Hazmi — as they arrived at LAX in 2000. One of the advance men, Omar al-Bayoumi, a suspected Saudi intelligence agent, left the LA consulate and met the hijackers at a local restaurant. (Bayoumi left the United States two months before the attacks, while Thumairy was deported back to Saudi Arabia after 9/11.)
SAN DIEGO: Bayoumi and another suspected Saudi agent, Osama Bassnan, set up essentially a forward operating base in San Diego for the hijackers after leaving LA. They were provided rooms, rent and phones, as well as private meetings with an American al Qaeda cleric who would later become notorious, Anwar al-Awlaki, at a Saudi-funded mosque he ran in a nearby suburb. They were also feted at a welcoming party. (Bassnan also fled the United States just before the attacks.)
WASHINGTON: Then-Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar and his wife sent checks totaling some $130,000 to Bassnan while he was handling the hijackers. Though the Bandars claim the checks were “welfare” for Bassnan’s supposedly ill wife, the money nonetheless made its way into the hijackers’ hands.
Other al Qaeda funding was traced back to Bandar and his embassy — so much so that by 2004 Riggs Bank of Washington had dropped the Saudis as a client.
The next year, as a number of embassy employees popped up in terror probes, Riyadh recalled Bandar.
“Our investigations contributed to the ambassador’s departure,” an investigator who worked with the Joint Terrorism Task Force in Washington told me, though Bandar says he left for “personal reasons.”
FALLS CHURCH, VA.: In 2001, Awlaki and the San Diego hijackers turned up together again — this time at the Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, a Pentagon-area mosque built with funds from the Saudi Embassy. Awlaki was recruited 3,000 miles away to head the mosque. As its imam, Awlaki helped the hijackers, who showed up at his doorstep as if on cue. He tasked a handler to help them acquire apartments and IDs before they attacked the Pentagon.
Awlaki worked closely with the Saudi Embassy. He lectured at a Saudi Islamic think tank in Merrifield, Va., chaired by Bandar. Saudi travel itinerary documents I’ve obtained show he also served as the official imam on Saudi Embassy-sponsored trips to Mecca and tours of Saudi holy sites.
Most suspiciously, though, Awlaki fled the United States on a Saudi jet about a year after 9/11.