"This report shows the direct participation of the Saudi government in financing the September 11," says former senator. "At least we know that many of the 19 hijackers received financial support from several Saudi entities, including the government. The fact whether the others were also supported by Saudi Arabia is not clear, as this information has been hidden from the American people, "said Graham. "We are told that this can not be done for reasons of national security, but it is exactly the opposite," he said.
"Post is important precisely for our national security. The Saudis know what they did, they know that we know. The real question is how they interpret our response. To me, we have shown that whatever they do, there would impunity. So they continued to support al-Qaida, and more recently in the economic and ideological support to the Islamic state. This is our refusal to face the truth that created the new wave of extremism that struck Paris, "insists the former senator. Another elected official who has read the document told the New Yorker that "the evidence supporting the Saudi government for the events of September 11 were very disturbing" and that "the real question is whether it was approved at the Royal Family or below."
In 2002, Graham was quite alone in their fight for "the truth". But in mid-January, the Senate held a press conference on this theme with two representatives, Republican Walter Jones and Democrat
Stephen Lynch, who presented a resolution HR 428 calling for declassification. "Support grows but does reach the threshold that will allow Congress to pressure the Obama Administration? It is not clear, "says the former elected. Jones and Lynch wrote to the President asking him to act. According to one member of the organization of families of September 11 victims, Terence Schiavo, Obama had promised to declassify one day.
"We affirm that the charity established by the UK government organizations to spread Wahhabi radical ideology served as major sources of funding and logistical support to al-Qaeda throughout the decade that led to the September 11 attacks."Sean Carter, one of the lawyers for the victims of Sept. 11 Victims' families are at the forefront in this fight. If their lawyers could prove the participation of the Saudi state to attack, Riyadh would be forced to pay them compensation. "We affirm that the charity established by the UK government organizations to spread Wahhabi radical ideology served as major sources of funding and logistical support to al-Qaeda throughout the decade that led to the September 11," said entrusted one of the lawyers of the families, Sean Carter, the New Yorker . According to the weekly, including two suicide bombers have been funded and hosted in San Diego by a character in constant contact with the Ministry of Islamic Affairs section based in Los Angeles. Saudi Arabia, however, denies responsibility and called for the declassification of 28 pages to clear his name.
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