Report Reveals Connections Between Hijackers and Saudi Officials

This probably shouldn’t be considered news, rather it could be considered confirmation of what we already knew:

Long-Secret FBI Report Reveals New Connections Between 9/11 Hijackers and Saudi Religious Officials in U.S.

“This validates what we have been saying,” says an attorney for families of 9/11 victims who are suing the Saudi government over alleged support of the 2001 terrorist attacks.

Some of the newly released details:

Among the pieces of new evidence cited in the 2016 report are telephone records showing that a Saudi graduate student who helped the two first hijackers to settle in San Diego was in contact with a Saudi religious official stationed in the United States, who in turn had connections to other Qaida operatives and later became a target of a new investigation.

The Saudi student, Omar al-Bayoumi, was a middle-aged man who rarely attended classes and was being paid surreptitiously by the Saudi Defense Ministry, where he had previously worked. Starting in 1998, the FBI had investigated him for suspected extremist activity, but that inquiry was inconclusive.

The article goes on to list in great detail Bayoumi’s activities, and it is difficult to NOT see that he is deeply involved with the hijackers at the behest of the Saudis. You can draw your own conclusions why Chimpy kept this under lock and key, but let’s just say that money is thicker than patriotism if you are a Republican.

The release of this previously classified document is another fulfilled promise from President Handsome Joe Biden.

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9 Responses to Report Reveals Connections Between Hijackers and Saudi Officials

  1. spotthedog says:

    Chimpy’s just not the kind of girl to kiss and tell.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Bruce388 says:

      Chimpy’s goddam jokes about no Iraqi WMDs still piss me off.

      Liked by 1 person

      • ali redford says:

        Yeah, me, too. I’m having a long, difficult time letting go of the grudge I have against him for what he did; almost so that I almost don’t have room for the grudge I hold against TFG. Neither of them lives in my head, but I haven’t forgotten their deeds.


  2. I read that yesterday. The CIA was blocking this investigation in 2010. What the fuck are they hiding? Did they get snookered by an ‘asset’ and thus let the hijackers in without telling the Feebs?

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  3. Jimmy T says:

    Read Juan Cole’s “Informed Comment” this morning and he states clearly that there was no connection between the Saudi government and Al Qaeda, but (my take) there was a measure of hostility because we had stationed our military within the kingdom, and that hostility was mainly at the behest of religious officials and their supplicants. So there was obvious cooperation between Saudi religious leaders and the America based highjackers in terms of financial support for housing, training and anything else they needed. Remember that we stationed troops after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait as an insurance policy to protect the kingdom from his forces although there was never any indication that he would attack the kingdom. Also remember that April Glaspie who was our top diplomat in Iraq that we had no opinion on arab against arab conflicts…

    “We have no opinion on the Arab-Arab conflicts, like your border disagreement with Kuwait.’ The U.S. State Department had earlier told Saddam that Washington had ‘no special defense or security commitments to Kuwait.’ The United States may not have intended to give Iraq a green light, but that is effectively what it did.”

    Just to be clear…

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    • R White says:

      “We have no opinion on the Arab-Arab conflicts, like your border disagreement with Kuwait.”

      That’s because everyone within president cheney’s administration from top diplomats to dog catcher didn’t take the time to learn about the cultural differences between Shia and Sunni Muslims, nor did they give a shit as they all went about like proud braggarts due to the dry-drunk, ex-coke fiend dubya’s dumbass stated goals of “cowboy diplomacy.”

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    • genelms says:

      The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a Unitary Absolute Islamic Monarchy. The is no daylight between the religious leaders and the royal family/government. If the religious leaders supported the terrorist cell it was with the consent of the Saudi government.

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  4. R White says:

    It’s a shame that no one within the worthless beltway media has either the intelligence or the moxy to faithfully pursue the backstory of how cozy the relationship between the dry-drunk, ex-coke fiend dubya’s mentally challenged family and the Bin-laden family through the infamous Carlyle Group.

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    • beckymaenot says:

      ^^^ THIS- and even if some media person did a deep dive on it, nothing would happen, and everything would continue on as it is. See the abysmal non- results of TFG being exposed for multiple, actionable crimes. Obstruction for one out front, out loud and un-prosecuted. Also- what happened to TFG after he was publicly outed on those Woodward recordings admitting he downplayed COVID? That’s right- nothing. What happened to Cheney after he cashed in his Halliburton profits? Nothing. Bush administration systematic policy of torture revealed? Nothing happened. War crimes- and no prosecution. This is also the source of my cynical attitude towards any R led government.


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