Apr 17 2013
Whose national security? Obama’s special bank account funded by the Saudis or the American people? Certainly not the victims.
Shoebat Tonight on Hannity, Steve Emerson of the Investigative Project on Terrorism, reported that his sources are telling him that Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, the Saudi national who was a person of interest for less than 24 hours, is being deported to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday.
Reuters is reporting that Obama met today with the Saudi Foreign Minister in an unscheduled meeting:
U.S. President Barack Obama met with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal at the White House on Wednesday and discussed the conflict in Syria, a spokeswoman said.
The meeting was not on Obama’s public schedule.
Something smells to high heaven about this.
This just in from Shoebat:
Via Okaz, a very prominent Saudi newspaper, we have a photo of Alharbi during his stay in a Boston hospital. He doesn’t look too concerned, does he?
The following is based on a translation of the article that appeared in Okaz:
Ambassador to the royal crown, Adel ben Ahmad Al-Jubeir, had several phone calls with the paper as well as with the Royal family. He stated that very high-ranking, U.S. government officials stated that there is no suspicion of any Saudi nationals relative to the Boston marathon explosions.
The Saudi Consul General in New York, Abdel Karim Alqin assured Okaz that all Saudis have been cleared.
Prince Saud al-Faisal, Prince Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah from the Foreign Ministry, and Prince Khaled bin Saud were involved in the entire affair.
Three other Saudis were cleared from the forbidden area, two of which were put in a hotel at the expense of the Saudi consulate
Alqin disclosed that he cleared three Saudis from the forbidden area and housed two of them in a hotel; the third stayed with a friend. He also met with a group of Saudi students, telling them to carry on with their lives and that Saudi ambassadors would handle everything. These students were also told not to cooperate with any media entities and to lay low.