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Suing Saudi Arabia For 9/11: Another American Obsession

Suing Saudi Arabia For 9/11: Another American Obsession

Americans since the founding of the United States seem to be in a perennial state of narcissist obsession. Narcissism is all about excessive self-love, extreme interest in oneself, arrogance, selfishness, and a grandiose view of one’s own talents, virtues, and righteousness. This collective disorder of self-glorification is not a new phenomenon for Americans. French historian/diplomat Alexis Tocqueville pointed out this[Read More…]

Congress Overrides Obama Veto Of Bill Allowing 9/11 Lawsuits

Congress Overrides Obama Veto Of Bill Allowing 9/11 Lawsuits

On Wednesday, the US Congress overturned President Obama’s veto of legislation that would permit victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks and their families to sue Saudi Arabia. Declassified documents released this year confirm the involvement of Saudi intelligence agents in the funding, organization, and planning of the attacks—facts which were covered up for years by the Bush and Obama[Read More…]

Suing Saudi Arabia: Overturning Sovereign Immunity In US Courts

Suing Saudi Arabia: Overturning Sovereign Immunity In US Courts

It was momentous on one fundamental level. Here was the President of the United States, Barack Obama, holding the torch for a wretched ally the politicians on the Hill and others have had reservations over for many years.  Saudi Arabia, ever the thorn and asset of US interests, facing the grief of families who lost members on September 11, 2001. [Read More…]

Obama Vetoes 9/11-Saudi Legislation Setting Up Potential Override

Obama Vetoes 9/11-Saudi Legislation Setting Up Potential Override

US President Barack H. Obama has vetoed on Friday a bill which was passed by both houses of the US Congress allowing the victims to sue a foreign states; which could include Saudi Arabia. Barack Obama is of the view that it will jeopardize their relations with Saudi Arabia which are based on historical affinity. During the Second World War[Read More…]