Analysts and activists have warned of the implications of the FBI's disclosure of the identity of an official at the Saudi embassy in Washington suspected of helping two of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Commentators on Twitter have denied the FBI's claim that it mistakenly leaked the name of Assistant Ahmed Al-Jarrah, noting that the United States is looking for a new path to rob the wealth of rich countries financially, and offset its losses from the Corona pandemic.
The Yahoo News website had revealed in an exclusive report that the FBI office had mistakenly revealed the identity of a mysterious official at the Saudi Embassy in Washington (Al-Jarrah), who was suspected of helping two of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
According to Yahoo News, the surgeon's duties included overseeing the activities of Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs employees, in mosques and Islamic centers funded by the Kingdom within the United States.
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And the Yahoo News website quoted a spokesman for the families of the September 11 victims, saying that the disclosure is a major development in the case that was filed years ago, adding that it provides for the first time a clear assurance that the FBI agents investigating the attacks believe that they have discovered a link between the kidnappers and the The Saudi embassy in Washington.
The bloggers expected that the publication of the name would be the beginning of a new extortion case from the United States to Saudi Arabia through the "GASTA Law", imposing financial compensation on Riyadh for the families of the victims of the attack, and filing lawsuits against it in international courts.
Activists reminded that the United States directed several blows in the last days to Saudi Arabia, which was spreading the name of the diplomat, as well as withdrawing Patriot missile batteries from the Kingdom and reducing the American military presence in it, as well as in the Gulf Sea.
The leak of the name of the assistant surgeon, not by mistake, but rather was deliberately as a pressure card on Saudi Arabia to reveal more information in its involvement in order to seize more of the Saudi money found in America # Assistant_Ben_Ahmad_The surgeon🇾🇪 🇾🇪 🇾🇪 🇾🇪 ع ع 🇾🇪 🇾🇪 hd shahd afrar (@ shamook6610) May 13, 2020
The Saudi dissident Omar bin Abdulaziz recalled a tweet for the late journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in which he said that Trump is pushing for Aramco's subscription in New York, and pointed out at the time that this is a great risk "with the wealth of a nation, and the Gasta law is above us, if only an official would say we negotiate after the law is canceled" .
Omar bin Abdul Aziz commented on Khashoggi’s tweet, saying, “God have mercy on you, Abu Salah, here they are blackmailing you by the law of Gesta, you were asking for our good people, but the country was kidnapped from thieves and failure.”
Mohdridoon re-posted a video of the Saudi official, Musaad Al-Jarrah, who proves that he worked as a Saudi cultural attaché in the Emirates.
Al-Jazeera correspondent in Virginia Mohammed Al-Ahmad said that this disclosure actually revives many doubts about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's links to the September 11 attacks, as part of the lawsuits filed by the families of the victims since 2003.
The reporter noted that these claims gained momentum in 2016, when Congress passed the Justa Law, which allows Americans to sue foreign governments for terrorism charges.