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Saudi Arabia's new anti-terror moves?
"Now, by royal decree, any Saudi
citizen fighting abroad must return within two weeks, on pain of
imprisonment. And any member of Jabhat al-Nusra or ISIL faces 20 years
"The first Saudi who ought to go to prison is Prince Bandar Bin
Sultan, former head of Saudi Intelligence. "Bandar Bush," as he is
affectionately known in American organized crime circles, ran the main
conduit of arms to the terrorists until he was relieved of his Syria
duties two weeks ago.
"Bandar should be arrested and charged in connection with the
false-flag chemical weapons attack in al-Ghouta last August. The whole
Obama Administration, along with several top Israeli leaders, should be
also arrested as suspected accessories.
"But the Saudi government is hardly in a position to prosecute
terrorists. If laws against terrorism were enforced in the kingdom, the
whole Saudi elite would have to go to jail.
"Come to think of it, that might not be such a bad idea."
Full article: http://presstv.com/detail/2014/03/09/353892/ksa-approach-to-terrorism-hypocritical/
Labels: al-ghouta, bandar, chemical weapons, false flag, hypocrisy, ikhwan, jabhat al-nusra. isil, muslim brotherhood, saudi arabia, terrorism