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Submitted by Jim (United States), Apr 21, 2013 at 11:41

The Debka Files have expanded their research stating the Chechen bombers were connected with Wahabbism sect founded in Saudi Arabia yet the Debka files have recently added the two Chechens were working as double agents for both the United States and Saudi Arabian interests.

This whole situation of Saudi Arabia backing the rebels for the overthrow of the Syrian president Assad will just be one more step the Saudi Arabians make in setting up these Sunni back rebels for an attack against Israel.

The Saudi peace plan plainly details the Saudi plan for the destruction of Israel. The Saudis want Israel to return to pre-1967 borders which are not defendable so a Sunni Arab victory in Syria will result in another Jihadist base in which to attack Israel.

United States politicians keep pressing Israel for the Sunni terrorist Abbas to receive Israel's lands in Judea and Samaria to build another jihadist base.

The Debka Files report about the Chechen Boston bombers working as double agents if this report is true it matches the ideas of some United States politicians in Washington who have no regards for the safety and real security of Israel. Giving Saudis more advanced weapons in this latest arms deal is only giving more weapons to our enemy. It was the Saudis who killed 3,000 people on American soil on 911 and the Saudis are still financing terrorism now as we can research in the Debka Files.

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