Saudi 911 lawsuit is a long elongated case. Nineteen terrorists belonging to the Al Qaeda based in Saudi Arabia hijacked planes and flew them into busiest World Trade center in New York, USA and defense headquarters, Pentagon in Washington DC, capital of United States of America, thus killing nearly 3000 innocent people.
The victims filed case against Saudi Arabia for compensation which is popularly called 9/11 lawsuit. 15 of the 19 hijackers were alleged to be Saudis.
In 2004, commission found no evidence that the Saudi government funded Al- Qaeda in 9/11 attacks.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the master mind behind the attacks has been held along with. There were four others at US military base in Cuba for the last thirteen years.
The master mind behind the Saudi 911 is Khalid Sheikh. It could help in the compensation case filed by the relatives of the victims of 9/11 attacks against Saudi Arabia if US decides not to seek death penalty against him.
9/11 attack a loss for the whole community
It was a big loss for America commemorates, nearly 3,000 people killed on 9/11 attack.
The scheme for the attacks came from Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who fronts bestowed it to Osama bin Laden in 1996.
At that time, bin Laden and al-Qaeda were in a time of development, having just relocated back to Afghanistan from Sudan.
How the Saudi 911 lawsuit started?
The very well known Saudi 911 lawsuit which initiated after the September 11 attacks.
The attack of Saudi 911 got further inspection after two former U.S. senators who is also the co-chairman of the Congressional Inquiry into the attacks.
There was a Congressional Inquiry’s report relate to the testimony of Saudi Arabia’s strong engagement in the performance of the attacks and calls restored.
It was proposed in the Saudi 911 lawsuit that 15 of the 19 hijackers were the citizens of Saudi country. This is when the lawsuit initiated against the Saudi 911 lawsuit.
Panel Findings of the Saudi 911 lawsuit
In the Saudi 911 lawsuit the panel founded and discovered that in this 9/11 terror attack there was a major role of ‘senior, high-level’ Saudi government officials.
All the reports confirmed that many big officials are familiar with the report.
All the experts imply that there might be a chance that very few senior officials are parts of the Saudi government were involved in the role play.
One of the Senator from Florida known as Bob Graham who is a democratic, he also chaired the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence at the time the statement announced in his asserted reports that “there was proof of assistance from the Saudi government for the terrorists.
Who attacked in 9/11 attack
The September 11 attacks were a devastating incident. The 9/11 attack was a range of four coordinated terrorist attacks which was predicted to be conducted by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda. The attack of 9/11 which was done by Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda was on the United States.
The attack was on the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001. These devastating attacks on the United State killed about 2,977 people apart from the 19 hijackers who also died along in the attack.
It made at least $10 billion in infrastructure and property damage.
Lawsuit by relatives
The Saudi Arabia lawsuit was filed by relatives of the victims of the 9/11 attacks who are accusing Saudi Arabia of damages obtained a coveted piece of information last week that they believe will increase their case.
The FBI passed a statement in which they mentioned the name of a Saudi official who is supposed to have treated two of the 19 hijackers who brought out the terror attacks in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania on Sept. 11, 2001.
The report of the FBI also included a suspicion of Saudi ties to the terrorists, which was delivered to lawyers serving the families of nearly 3,000 victims of the most serious act of terrorism on American land.
Mystery man in 9/11 attacks
The mystery man supposedly was two other Saudis people. The mystery man was living in the Los Angeles area before the attacks of 9/11.
They were Omar al-Bayoumi and Fahad al-Thumairy. They were there to help Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid al-Mihdhar, who knocked American Airlines Flight 77 into the Pentagon.
They were the ones who were hiding the face behind the attack.
Most terrorists were From Saudis
In the Saudi 911 lawsuit it is clearly revealed from the report that Fifteen of the 19 hijackers were Saudi citizens. It has proposed determined mistrust about the Saudi involvement.
There are so many allegations against Saudi Arabia but they are till now long refused any association with the terror group.
Over the years it has conducted a noisy campaign to prevent the action and exposure of damaging data.
But it was clearly alleged that the FBI and CIA said that after the attacks that the Saudi government was guilty.
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Most Recent Update on the Saudi 911 lawsuit
The recent update of Saudi 911 lawsuit filed by relatives of 9/11 victims for compensation name two Saudis in the recent update, thus bringing a new twist to the case.
They got this information last week to strengthen their case FBI, the leading investigating agency of United States disclosed Saudi Arabia officials the names of two people who helped hijackers.
Their names are Omar Al- Byoumi and Fahad Al Thumairy who helped the two hijackers to fly the American flight 77 into the Pentagon, the defense headquarters in US.
The mystery man and two other Saudis were allegedly living in Los Angeles in USA before the 9/11 attacks.
Al – Byoumi and his associate helped the terrorists in finding the rented apartment and signing the lease on their behalf and even paying their rent of first month.
Initially, FBI investigated Omar Al Byoumi and his associate in 9/11 but released them due to lack of proof.
According to the famous law of US Justice against sponsors of terrorism act protects foreign governments from being tried in US courts but according to the latest development, the same law allows US citizens to sue foreign governments in terrorist activities carried out in American soil.