HGs World Commentary
Commentary by H.G. Listiak
Terrorists from Saudi Arabia in Iraq

Wednesday 09/03/2003

Welcome to my world, where no… it's not the Iraqi people who are causing headaches for Americans in Iraq, as I told you before it's terrorist from the outside. Here's another example for the Liberal press to dodge and chew on. Last week in Najaf a bomb killed 85 people including Mohammed Baqir Al Hakim. He was the most influential Iraqi Shiite cleric allied with the U.S. He was the leader of the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq returning in May after 23 years in exile. So who blew up these people?? So far 19 Al Qaida terrorists have been caught. Two Iraqis and two Saudis grabbed early coughed up the other 15 Palestinians with Jordanian passports, more Iraqi Al Qaida and Saudis. This as officials from the Saudi Arabian Princedom deny the presence of terrorists from there operating in Iraq. The Internet uncloaked the situation when memorials for those Saudis killed while killing Americans popped up online. But still the Saudis, like foreign policy adviser Adel Al Jubier, say they have no evidence of Saudis crossing over into Iraq, saying they have cracked down on terrorists like Al Qaida. But Bjad Al Otaibi, once an extremist, now a writer, puts it this way…Saudi extremists looking to die find the quickest way to heaven is fighting infidels, in this case represented by U.S. forces in a Muslim country. The presence of the troops in Iraq, especially with the instability there, is like a magnet to them. Just another reason for my liberal friends to quit sucking up to the Saudis who we protected from Saddam Hussien for over a decade. Money trails prove they support terrorists including Al Qaida, I mean 15 of the 19 9-11 hijackers where Saudis and most of Osama Bin Laden's wealth was amassed in Saudi Arabia, but the Prince continues to fake friendship with the U.S. They have been and still are burning a candle at both ends. Whenever terrorism shows it's ugly face there always seems to be Saudis in the mix somewhere …it's a touch of coincidence, as I see it….I'm H.G. Listiak.

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