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Saudi princess ordered Paris interior decorator to ‘kiss her feet’ and guard to ‘kill’ him

Islamic supremacism in action. Islam must dominate, and not be dominated. This is just one small manifestation of a global phenomenon. “Saudi princess ordered Paris interior decorator to ‘kiss her feet’ and guard to ‘kill’ him, say reports,” by Henry Samuel, Telegraph, 29 September 2016 (thanks to Robert): A Saudi Arabian princess forced an interior […]

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No Saudi Money for American Mosques

Saudi Arabia may be the country in the world most different from the United States, especially where religion is concerned. An important new bill introduced by Rep. Dave Brat (R-Va.) aims to take a step toward fixing a monumental imbalance. Consider those differences: Secularism is a bedrock U.S. principle, enshrined in the Constitution’s First Amendment; […]

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No Saudi Surprises in 9/11 Commission’s ’28 Pages’

On July 15, the U.S. Congress released the appendix, redacted since 2002, to the governmental inquiry regarding American intelligence failures in the period leading to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The “28 pages” kept out of the public eye for 14 years have stimulated widespread speculation. One thing, however, came to be accepted […]

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Saudis Announce a Turn Away from Wahhabi Cultural Vandalism

The rulers of Saudi Arabia have announced a new program for cultural renovation of architecture associated with the life of Muhammad. As described in the leading pan-Arab daily Asharq Al-Awsat, a Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH) has begun planning rehabilitation of sites in Mecca, the direction of prayer for Muslims around the […]

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Why Islamists (Occasionally) Desecrate Islamic Holy Sites

This is an expanded version of the article originally published under the title “The Historical Roots of Islamist Terrorism.” Monday’s suicide bombing outside the tomb of Prophet Muhammad in Medina, Saudi Arabia, sent shock waves throughout the Islamic world. The fact a Muslim carried out this act of terror during the holy month of Ramadan […]

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The Saudi Solution – Accommodations are plentiful in the kingdom for Sunni Muslim migrants

The Saudi Solution – Accommodations are plentiful in the kingdom for Sunni Muslim migrants As European governments slam the gates shut on illegal Middle Eastern immigrants, where can Syrians and others go to, not far from their homelands, for safety and employment? The answer is obvious but surprisingly neglected: to Saudi Arabia and the other […]

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National Archives Release ‘Secret’ Memos on Saudi Support of the 9/11 Attacks

This is a remarkable document. What it contains is explosive. No longer can the Obama administration claim that the classified 28 pages merely contain innuendo and rumor. Every road in the 9/11 investigation leads back to the Saudi government. Senator Bob Graham was right when he told “60 Minutes” in an interview, “I think it […]

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Saudi Prince Turki: Saudis will get nukes if Iranians do

Obama has set the world on fire. By paving the way for the Iranians to get nukes, he has set the stage for a nuclear arms race in the Middle East that could result in the deaths of millions. That will be his most devastating and lasting legacy. Former Israeli, Saudi Arabian officials talk Iran […]

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Saudi involvement in 9/11 “deliberately covered up at highest levels” of US government

Saudi involvement in 9/11 “deliberately covered up at highest levels” of US government What has the U.S. gained by doing the Saudis’ bidding all these years? Has global jihad terrorism abated? Have the Saudis stopped spreading their violent and virulent Wahhabi ideology around the world? Have the Saudis stopped the rise of the Islamic State? […]

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Saudi Arabia and Turkey Are Walking into a Trap

Originally published under the title “Russia’s Trap: Luring Sunnis into War.” After Russia’s increasingly bold military engagement in war-torn Syria in favor of President Bashar al-Assad and the Shiite bloc, the regional Sunni powers – Turkey and its ally, Saudi Arabia – have felt nervous and incapable of influencing the civil war in favor of […]

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