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Saudi – 9/11 Connection To Be Outed by “20th Hijacker” in Court

 

The Saudi Arabian connection to the dastardly attacks of 9/11 was long-opressed by politicians on the left, for a myriad of reasons.

Firstly, the liberal agenda needs Americans to believe that Saudi Arabia is either an ally of our nation, or, at least uninvolved in pursuits that run perpendicular to our own.  Unfortunately, that’s not the truth at all.

Secondly, there are a great deal of American politicians with secret, or not so secret, ties to the vastly wealthy, oil-rich nation.  Hillary Clinton’s connections to Saudi Arabia are perhaps some of the most obvious that come to mind, and were hidden away from voters for fear of Clinton’s globalist ties being outed prior to the 2016 election.

Now, however, the so-called “20th hijacker” involved in the 9/11 attacks has offered to testify against Saudi Arabia and their connection to the attacks, opening up a world of new insight into the true nature of the middle eastern powerhouse.

“A convicted jihadist serving a life sentence in federal prison as the ’20th hijacker’ in the September 11, 2001, attacks on the U.S. homeland has reportedly offered to testify during the 9/11 trial to ‘expose the Saudi Royal double game with’ the late al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

“His offer comes as hundreds of families have filed a lawsuit that, unlike others, contains a detailed account of Saudi Arabia’s role in the 9/11 attacks.

“’I am willing to fully testify on the 9/11 case, even if I was charge on the death penalty case as it incriminate me,’ Zacarias Moussaoui, self-identified as ‘Slave of Allah,’ said in broken English in a hand-written letter.”

It is unclear at this time if Moussaoui’s offer contains anything of real substance, or if the convicted terrorist is simply enduring a bout of extreme boredom in his life of solitary confinement.  Given what we already know regarding the Saudis and 9/11, there is no doubt that some connection exists, but Moussaoui’s proximity to that knowledge is still questionable at best.

 

 

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