It has been frequently pointed out that the close relationship between the US and Saudi Arabia is an oxymoron.
This perspective was reconfirmed on May 13.
Yahoo News reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) “accidentally” disclosed the name of a Saudi diplomat suspected of directing support to two al-Qaeda hijackers in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the US.
According to the Qatari TV channel, Al Jazeera, “Mussaed Ahmed al-Jarrah was mistakenly named in the declaration, an error that Yahoo News said was also confirmed by a senior US government official. Al-Jarrah was a mid-level Saudi foreign ministry official who was assigned to the Saudi embassy in Washington, DC in 1999 and 2000.”
This part of the report is not so shocking; the scandalous part is, how it points out that al-Jarrah’s “whereabouts remain unknown.”
Further, was his name revealed “accidentally”?
Could it be part of the Trump regime’s plan to extort more money from the Saudis because the pandemic has dealt massive blows to the US economy?
Following 9/11, the US kidnapped and imprisoned thousands of Muslims under the pretext of fighting terrorism.
Yet, a Saudi government official who supported the hijackers seems not only to be of no interest to successive US regimes, they actively shielded him from scrutiny.
When people questioned the US’ official version of 911, they were immediately branded as conspiracy theorists.
Today, this is no longer the case.
Those that blindly accepted the official US narrative, and continue to do so are viewed as a gullible herd.
According to the neocon think tank, the Hudson Institute, evidence indicated that ISIS was using “textbooks in schools in Raqqa and Jarabulus whose contents and covers have been plagiarized directly from the Saudi Ministry of Education. The textbook on Tawhid (Monotheism), a Central Doctrine in Islam, is the most noteworthy example.”
Anyone with even rudimentary knowledge of the takfiris unleashed upon Muslims and non-Muslims knows that their intellectual epicenter is Washington’s beloved kingdom of darkness, “Saudi” Arabia.
All takfiri groups in Syria and beyond revere state appointed and financed scholars of the Saudi regime.
From ‘Abd al-‘Aziz bin Baz to Abu ‘Abdillah Muhammad ibn al-‘Uthaymeen who justified the murder of civilians, state sanctioned Saudi “ulama” are the godfathers of ISIS and al-Qaeda-minded groups.
Until the US public pushes to end the close relationship between its wealthy pollical elite and Saudi rulers, the full picture of the 9/11 attacks and those behind it will never be revealed.