‘Saudi Prince Paid For 9/11 Pilots to Learn to Fly’
Posted by addisethiopia on November 19, 2014
“The incredible claims were made in documents filed to a federal court in Oklahoma”
My question: Why Oklahoma? We had a bombing of the federal building, the powerful tornado, a suicide bomber at the OU campus, flight training for hijackers, they build satanic monument for Oklahoma state capitol, Ten Commandments monument smash, beheading and now the terrorist wants to testify there. What’s going on?
- Zacarias Moussaoui, 46, filed court documents claiming Saudis funded 9/11
- He said an unnamed prince paid for him and 19 hijackers to learn to fly
- Moussaoui was given life sentence in 2006 after admitting terror charges
- Government lawyers interviewed him and said he had ‘relevant’ material
A jihadist serving life in prison on terror charges brought in the wake of 9/11 has claimed the Saudi Arabian royal family helped finance the plot.
Zacarias Moussaoui, 46, says an unnamed Saudi Prince paid for flying lessons for him and the 19 terrorists who hijacked planes in the September 11 attacks in the run-up to the atrocities.
The incredible claims were made in documents filed to a federal court in Oklahoma, in which Moussaoui says a prince ‘was assisting me in my Islamic terrorist activities… and was doing so knowingly for Osama bin Laden’.
He also said that bin Laden provided assistance from Saudi leaders in planning the attacks, and that he was involved in a plot to shoot down Air Force One with President Bill Clinton on board.
Saudi Husband Tells His Bride He Wants a Divorce During Their Wedding After Seeing Her Face For The First Time
- The wedding was taking place in the Western Saudi town of Medinah
- Neither bride nor groom had met face to face before the ceremony
- So when she lifted her veil to smile for photo, groom recoiled in disgust
- He said: ‘You are not the girl I had imagined. I am sorry, but I divorce you’
- Comes as another Saudi man divorces wife after she didn’t reply to his WhatsApp message
The couple, from the Western Saudi town of Medinah, had agreed to marry each other despite having not met face to face – a popular custom in certain Middle Eastern countries.
But when the bride removed her veil and smiled for the camera, her new husband leapt to his feet in disgust.