September 11th Attack
September 11th AttackChief Photographer's Mate Eric J. TIlford

It's almost 11 years since the 9/11 attacks on the USA. The 9/11 commission was established "to prepare a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11 attacks", but until today, many average citizens seem to have more questions about the event than answers.

Former Arab Terrorist Walid Shoebat, author of the book "Why We Want to Kill You" is currently in the midst of researching the Saudi Arabian connection to the attacks. He is looking to see if justice has been meted out to the Saudis who were involved behind the scenes in the planning and financing of 9/11. What he is finding out is very disturbing.  

All 19 of the 9/11 hijackers were Al Qaeda members with 15 of them being Saudi Arabian citizens. Certainly there is a Saudi connection, concludes Shoebat. He was speaking with Arutz Sheva's Tamar Yonah on her News & Views radio show.  

In the interview, Shoebat told Yonah, "It's still a mystery as far as who financed 9/11 because if indeed we know who financed 9/11, we would have punished the ones who financed 9/11. I mean we got Osama Bin Laden, and we bombed Al Qaeda to smithereens, and Tora Bora and all these things, but what about the financing part? Was Saudi Arabia behind it? How come none of the fat-rich Saudis ---uh seems like they got away and there was very little punishment towards any significant Saudi figure.  ...Did the United States get justice for the families of the victims of  9/11?"  

Shoebat said that many facts of the event do not add up. Several court cases have been held against Saudi bigwigs. Many have been dismissed, not due to finding the defendant innocent, but for 'lack of jurisdiction'.  

"Now that's a very funny thing", Shoebat told Yonah. "Because how can it be possible that we let somebody go because of lack of jurisdiction? Did we need jurisdiction when we went after Bin Laden?"

Clearly frustrated, Shoebat stated, "[Everybody] talks about the tip of the hose. And forgetting the main source, the spigot, where the source is coming out from. We talk about Al Qaeda, but we don't talk about the Muslim Brotherhood which created Al Qaeda or the Saudi government that helped create Al Qaeda." 

Shoebat questioned the Bush-Saudi connection, the fact that U.S. President Bush grounded all flights immediaitely after the attack, yet gave the green light for flying Saudi VIPs out of the USA.  

Different theories were discussed as Shoebat spoke about the mysterious deaths of three Saudi princes after an Al Qaeda member who was being interrogated gave up their names. A short time later, all three princes were dead -within one week of each other.  

Is there some tacit leniency with the Saudis?  Has justice been done for the victims? 

To hear more on this controversial interview, click HERE.