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The Observer

Monthly Publication                                                                                                                                                                                                  Volume 7 | Publication 69

                                                                                   Reporting Accurate and Objective Information Based on the Facts

11:24 AM. EST | May 17, 2016     

Dominic Casey | Private Investigator                                                                                                                                                                          The Observer Archives    



Al Qaeda & the Sheiks 

Part I

      The contents of the mysterious 28 pages of redacted text listed in the 911 Commission Report, confirms that one official, former Los Angeles-based Saudi diplomat Fahad al Thumairy, supported Al Qaeda leading up to the attacks.

      John Lehman, former Secretary of the Navy under the Reagan administration, recently said that evidence of Saudi involvement was never sufficiently investigated by U.S. authorities and should be vigorously pursued. He said the Saudi government had “hard ties” to the hijackers with one Saudi official driving the hijackers from San Diego to Phoenix to attend another flight school.Former Los Angeles-based Saudi diplomat Fahad al Thumairy, was implicated

      CIA Director, John Brennan claims the 28 pages should remain classified. Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir recently said in Geneva:

“Our position, since 2002 when the report first came out, was to release the pages. . . We know from other senior U.S. officials that the charges made in the 28 pages do not stand up to scrutiny. And so yes, release the 28 pages."

      Contrary to the Ministers statement, Saudi Sheiks have threatened to remove $750 billion of investments and treasury securities from the U.S. if the 28 pages are released because they fear Saudi assets could be frozen by the U.S. courts.

      Saudi Arabia’s four most powerful Sheiks are: King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir who is not a member of the Royal Family.

      The U.S. economic and diplomatic fallout has the illusion of jeopardizing mythical relations with a Middle Eastern ally of 70 years, an ally whose cooperation with the U.S. has already diminished.

      Survivors/families and insurance companies could sue the Saudi government for billions resulting from the hijackings and losses resulting from the 9-1-1 attacks if the 28 pages are released.

      Although tens of billions had been invested by the United States protecting Muslims, Osama bin Laden used a London-based Arabic newspaper, and waged a holy war against Americans while exiled in Afghanistan in February 1998.

      In an October 2001 Bin Laden interviewed with Al-Jazeera correspondent, Tayseer Alouni and stated that the battle is not between Al Qeada and the United States . . . this is a battle of Muslims against the global crusaders (Americans).

      On September 11, 2001, Saudi government supported Islamist charities who in turn financed the 9-1-1 attackers . . . 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi citizens. They all went to Saudi schools and were taught this radical jihadist brand of Islam.

      Most recently, President Obama visited Saudi Arabia and disclosed his opposition to the passing of a bill stating the Saudi government could be held legally responsible for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks including the attacks on the Twin Towers in New York.

      The Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi aka Abu Dua and Dr. Ibrahim Awad who was officially designated a "terrorist” on October 2011 by the USA has a $10 million bounty for info leading to the capture or death for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. He is one of the most wanted men in the world.

      The self-proclaimed caliph’s core ideology is horrific savagery with incubators of extremism that grow tyrannies of hatred. Chilling crimes against humanity and caged children kidnapped into slavery and sexual depravity. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad encourages children to fight in the civil war.

      According to statistics, between 2013-2014, social- media-driven peer pressure escalated recruitment. Social media is now monitored. Islamic State propaganda and Assad are challenged.

      When President Obama ordered the withdrawal of troops in Iraq, the internment camps housing more than 20,000 enemy combatants were left unsecured. 

      Many of the released enemy combatants returned to their homes and were incarcerated…although numerous of them disappeared and embedded themselves into a nefarious network only to regroup and target the crusaders.

      According to The Washington Free Beacon, the Obama administration wants to cut the vetting time refugees must wait for security clearance from 18-24 months to 3 months. This would present less of a challenge for terrorists to infiltrate the system.

      Senator Mark Kirk (R-Illinois) objects to the proposal: “We know the 18-to 24-month vetting process for Syrian refugees has severe vulnerabilities after FBI Director James Comey warned about the federal government’s inability to thoroughly screen Syrian refugee applicants for terrorism risk and after the Department of Homeland Security’s investigative arm warned about ISIS’s capability to print fake Syrian passports for terrorist infiltration.”

      The Islamic State was on a roll militarily, seizing even more territory across northern Syria and north-western Iraq. They acquired military power via the American sale of advanced weapons in the Persian Gulf. Restrictions on American defense firms selling to Arab nations is now in place although the Obama administration continues to allow the arms sales.

      F-15 Boeing fighter jets, Lockheed Martin F-16’s and Predator drones for intelligence missions are tools that help the Saudis to wage war in Yemen and Syria. American defense contractors seek foreign users. Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, Egypt, Bahrain and the Emirates replenish their arsenals with USA missiles.   

      During a foreign policy interview in March: Republican presidential Presumptive Nominee, Donald Trump, said that if elected, he might halt purchases of oil from Saudi Arabia and other Arab allies unless they commit ground troops to the fight against the Islamic State or “substantially reimburse” the United States for combating the militant group, which threatens their stability.

            “If Saudi Arabia was without the cloak of American protection, I don’t think it would be around,”stated Trump. 

      Despite political rhetoric about Donald Trump saying he would approve of the Saudi’s acquiring nuclear weapons, the Saudi’s already have plans to develop their own and with the cooperation of the Israeli government. The Saudi government has a long standing agreement with the Israeli government to defend each other’s interest against Iran.

      They opposed the recent Iran nuclear deal and monitor it for “fractures.” They have mutual plans in place to neutralize Iran’s capabilities should they deem it necessary.      


Suggested Additional Reading:

911 Commission Report

The Brookings Essay-Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace



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