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  • Saudi Arabia anxious to extinquish involvement in 9/11
    Saudi Arabia anxious to extinquish involvement in 9/11
    Saudi Arabia is caught between a rock and a hard place with the United States. In recent weeks they have been fighting on two fronts amid serious allegations that the kingdom has ties to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. On Wednesday Americans working...
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    MEMRI: Saudi-Owned Paper Claims US Government ‘Planned and Carried Out’ 9/11
    The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) has translated an Al-Hayat article that claims the U.S. government “planned and carried out” the terrorist attacks of 9/11.Al-Hayat, based in London, is owned by Saudi Prince Khalid bin...
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    Zain KSA's revenue growth shows promise of KSA telecom market
    Many Americans, Europeans and non-Saudis may have traditional notions of daily life in Saudi Arabia, but the desert kingdom has been transforming into a modern state filled with science research centers, digital enterprises, and internet speed...
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    Moody's has downgraded Saudi Arabia’s credit rating
    After a recent downgrading by Moody's Saudi Arabians are not likely to be seeing their country as being immune from financial problems in spite of the great wealth of their nation from oil. The Financial Times reported on May 15, 2016, Moody&...
  • Will Obama continue to shield Saudi Arabia from 9/11 scrutiny?
    Will Obama continue to shield Saudi Arabia from 9/11 scrutiny?
    Family members of the 9/11 victims have been impatiently waiting for justice. It’s been 15 years since the worst terrorist attack on US soil that launched the perpetual “War on Terror.” But some in Congress are looking to end the...
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    Saudi family therapist teaches correct way for men to beat their wives
    In regards to Barack Obama's recent visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Fox News personality Greg Gutfeld recently bemoaned the absurdity that here in the 21st century, the United States, and by inference the entire Western World,...
  • A Hologram for the King
    'A Hologram for the King' movie review
    Writer-director Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run, Cloud Atlas) and Tom Hanks reunite for a whimsical fish out of water tale ‘A Hologram for the King.’ Hanks is always on point embodying the quintessential everyman. The story plays out like a...
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    Obama sides with Saudis against 9/11 families
    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has not only been a hotbed of the hyper-fundamentalist and equally hyper-violent brand of Islam known as Wahhabism, they've also thrown untold millions of their petro-dollars to fund the movement world-wide. Perhaps...
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    Redacting history: Saudi Arabia calls CBS 9/11 program 'a compilation of myths'
    Doubt and suspicion have arisen over whether or not American President Barack Obama, scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia soon, should release the so-called "28 pages" of 9/11 documents kept classified, but the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia...
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    U.S. Department of State issues travel warning
    The U.S. Department of State issued a warning earlier this week urging American citizens to carefully consider the risks of traveling to Saudi Arabia. The warning comes a week before President Obama's plans to visit Saudi Arabia for a summit...
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    Despite another anti-woman fatwa, Clinton still takes millions in Saudi money
    Its been said that politics makes for strange bedfellows, but as it turns out, so does receiving millions of dollars from an oppressive and backwards nation for a politician's questionable charity foundation. As reported by the Sydney Morning...
  • Oil markets and the April 17 'output' freeze meeting in Qatar
    Oil markets and the April 17 'output' freeze meeting in Qatar
    Qatari Oil Minister Mohammad Al-Sada is telling media that plans are being finalized to discuss freezing output at an April 17 meeting in Dohar, an effort meant to help "financially-stricken countries to shift the dynamics of an over-supplied...
  • U.S. court blames Iran for 9/11 and orders $10.5 billion fine
    U.S. court blames Iran for 9/11 and orders $10.5 billion fine
    Although it has been nearly 15 years since America was rocked with the worst terror attack in our history, a U.S. court on March 14 ruled that Iran shared the blame in the taking down of the World Trade Center towers and ordered a fine on the...
  • Chauffeurs Discrimination case
    Chauffeurs: Discrimination case won after Saudi prince demands male limo drivers
    Three female chauffeurs won their discrimination case against a Saudi prince who caused the women to lose their jobs after he demanded that only male drivers be allowed to chauffer him and his entourage around. The drivers filed a gender...
  • Russia on brink of economic disaster
    Russia on brink of economic disaster
    Russian President Vladimir Putin is facing an economic emergency as the nation’s woes are keeping pace with quickly plunging oil prices. Experts on the Russian dilemma predict Putin has a window of 18 months to shore up the dangerously...
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