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Michael Moore Was Right All Along? New 9/11 Inquiry Shows Multiple Saudi Connections

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The 9/11 inquiry indicates a link between Saudi Arabia and 9/11, revealed an international newspaper. Michael Moore was right when he criticised the Bush administration for its handling of 9/11 in his documentary Fahrenheit 9/11.

Michael Moore, in his documentary, accused the Bush administration of launching a diversionary war with Saddam as it was embarrassed by the failure to bring Osama Bin Laden and its link to wealthy Saudi Bin Ladens, reported The Guardian.

Moore was right all along as the 9/11 inquiry points towards Saudi links. Declassified information that a flight certificate of an Al Qaeda operative linked to the 9/11 attack found in an envelope from the Saudi embassy in Washington has raised many questions about Saudi Arabia’s involvement in 9/11.

The certificate was Ghassan al-Sharbi’s, a known Saudi bomb maker who allegedly had taken flying lessons with the 9/11 hijackers. He was captured in Pakistan and later sent to Guantanamo Bay. Although he did not take part in the attacks, he had buried documents including the envelope in Pakistan where he was staying.

The certificate and all the other evidence were laid out in a work plan prepared for FBI in June 2003. However, they were declassified in July 2015. The documents were taken to verify the claims of an FBI informant who said that 9/11 hijackers Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar lived with him. Both the hijackers are Saudi citizens, reported Fox News.

The documents also revealed that at that time, Osama Bin Laden’s half-brother Abdullah Bin Laden has been assigned to the Saudi embassy as an administrative officer. They also revealed that Hamad Alotaibi who was assigned to the military division of the embassy was probably visited by a 9/11 hijacker. A diplomat from the Saudi embassy in Berlin Mohammed Fakihi’s business card was found in the possession of an accomplice of the hijackers in Germany.

Infowars quoted Brian McGlinchey, the activist who uncovered the 2003 memo known as Document 17, asking “The envelope points to the fundamental question hanging over us today: to what extent was the 9/11 plot facilitated by individuals at the highest levels of the Saudi government?”


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