Obama should publish 28 pages showing Saudi link to 9/11: Analyst

Obama should publish 28 pages showing Saudi link to 9/11: Analyst

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US President Barack Obama should allow the publication of the 28 pages that were redacted from the Senate’s report on September 11, 2001 attacks which will reveal forces behind terrorism, a political commentator says.

In an interview with Press TV on Wednesday, Bill Jones said, “There is not going to be a military success” in fight against the ISIL terrorism, but “as a matter of fact of President Obama could make a more effective move if he would allow these 28 pages in the report on 9/11, which indicates Saudi government involvement in the 9/11, to be made public.”

“That would at least takes a step forward in trying to expose the forces behind terrorism, but of course they are not going to do that. They want to appease the Saudis in this respect,” added Jones, Washington Bureau Chief of the Executive Intelligence Review .

In July 2004, the 9/11 Commission issued a landmark report on the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, with many recommendations for upgrading the US security apparatus to avoid a new tragedy.

However, 28 pages were redacted from the report, which according to the lead author of the study, former Senator Bob Graham, “point a very strong finger at Saudi Arabia as the principal financier” of the 9/11 hijackers.

Many observers believe the 9/11 attacks, which killed almost 3,000 people and caused at least $10 billion in property and infrastructure damage, was a false-flag operation and that some segments within the US administration orchestrated the attacks in order to reverse the declining US economy and to save the Zionist regime.

Bill Jones said “US soldiers are probably going to waste more lives and more treasure in this fight against ISIL. It cannot be won on the battlefield. It can only be won by mobilizing really the countries in the region, and that includes creating a relationship with the Syrian government which are also fighting ISIL.”

“But the underlined problem requires also a change of policy by this government. Obama is moving down a slippery slope towards a Vietnam-like quagmire that could last for years or even decades,” he concluded.

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