16 Years After 9/11, CHILLING Information Emerges About the Saudi Arabia Connection

In the days and months after 9/11, the words “Never forget” were on everyone’s hearts, minds, and lips. Now, it seems we’ve forgotten as a nation completely when schools like SMU in Texas are too afraid to display American flags as a memorial for fear it might “trigger” some students. It’s heart-breaking.

We may never know all the events that led up to that tragic day, but more information is emerging that the Saudi’s may have played a more active role than was once suspected.

This week marked 16 years since the horrifying and paradigm changing attacks of September 11, 2001. On that date, 19 Islamic terrorists hijacked 4 planes and carried out attacks on New York and Washington D.C. (with one attack being stopped by the tragic heroics of those aboard United flight 93), killing 2,978 innocent people.

Ever since, the role of Saudi Arabia has been suspiciously concealed from the public, but kept alive thanks to the intrepidness of alt media reporters and those few fearless mainstream media journos that have not been kicked to the curb.

The New York Post has published the shocking development that indicates” “Fresh evidence submitted in a major 9/11 lawsuit moving forward against the Saudi Arabian government reveals its embassy in Washington may have funded a ‘dry run’ for the hijackings carried out by two Saudi employees, further reinforcing the claim that employees and agents of the kingdom directed and aided the 9/11 hijackers and plotters.”

Incredibly, these two Saudi officials, Mohammed al-Qudhaeein and Hamdan al-Shalawi, trained in the same jihadist camp as most of the 9/11 hijackers. Records indicate that they were both on the payroll of the Saudi government as well.

Then, in 1999, they did the dry run for that fateful day.

“After they boarded the plane in Phoenix,” writes the Post, “they began asking the flight attendants technical questions about the flight that the flight attendants found suspicious.”

“When the plane was in flight, al-Qudhaeein asked where the bathroom was; one of the flight attendants pointed him to the back of the plane. Nevertheless, al-Qudhaeein went to the front of the plane and attempted on two occasions to enter the cockpit.”

The attempts so unsettled the pilots that an emergency landing was made in Ohio and the two men were led off in handcuffs, only to be released later.

We all know what happened later on.