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Will The Saudis Attack Again? – Special Report

Jon Bowne | Infowars.com
September 13th 2021, 11:39 am
The nation's 9-11 ties are still being exposed
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Even though fifteen of the nineteen 9/11 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia, Osama Bin Laden himself was born in Saudi Arabia and his family and the Bush family are deeply involved with the Saudi Royal family.

Meanwhile, newly released unredacted FBI documents revealed an al-Qaeda ‘facilitator’ who worked at the Saudi Consulate as an official in Los Angeles allowed two hijackers to use his apartment and helped them travel around Los Angeles.

Two other Saudis, Omar al-Bayoumi and Fahad al-Thumairy, also helped the hijackers.

As the United States continues to uncover ties that may ultimately lead to the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia, and 9/11 families sue the Saudi Government, how long before the Saudis retaliate yet again assuming that they are still immune to a military response from the United States?

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