The Saudi Situation

  1. Saudi history
    1. History of British Sponsored Al Saud & their Association with Wahabi Ideology  (Jafria News)
      This is an interesting but decidedly unsympathetic version of the history of what became "Saudi Arabia" from 1740 on.

  2. Saudi relations with US
  3. Relevant Saudis
    1. A look at the Saudis  (MP3)
      In early 2013, James Corbett did a series of interviews with FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds on "Gladio B," the West's closer-than-one-would-think relationship with radical Islam. In the Q&A in the last instalment, a listener asked Edmonds about "blowback." Edmonds had known many Saudi princes when she was in college in D.C., and she offers some insight into their personal unlikelihood as attackers of the U.S. (Admittedly, this doesn't rule out the possibility of a "rogue" clique in the Saudi hierarchy, any more than this can be done for the U.S.)

  4. Analyses of the absurdity of the "The Saudis Did It" claim
    1. Graham and the Missing 28 Pages of the 9/11 Joint Inquiry Report,  Kevin Ryan
      (printable PDF)
    2. Debunking the "The Saudis did 9-11" nonsense!  (from What Really Happened)
      (printable PDF)
      "...the best way to tell if you are being lied to is to look for what should be there but isn't. In the case of the claim that Saudi Arabia was behind 9-11, what should be there and isn't is a motive for Saudi Arabia to do something like that...Saudi Arabia does not have a history of dirty tricks [referring to, e.g., Israel's involvement in the Lavon Affair, the U.S.S. Liberty attack, and the fake Libyan radio broadcasts], nor a demonstrated ability to carry out such deceptions. More to the point, Saudi Arabia has no motive to attack the United States...."

Page updated: 30 May 2016