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9/11 and Saudis

Reader comment on item: The 9/11 Families' Case Against the Saudi Princes – and Me

Submitted by Janusz Kowalik (United States), Jul 15, 2009 at 14:01

The role of the Saudi Arabia in the 9/11atrocities should be investigated and made public .To what extent the Saudi Royal family can be sued is a different legal question .We have a similar moral issue with the role of Vatican in the WWII Holocaust. The behavior of the pope can be questioned on the moral grounds but sueing Vatican would be practically impossible. But as Dr .Pipes says, suing specific banks for helping Al-Qaida with finances may be more realistic.

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