Monday, August 08, 2005

Threat closes U.S. missions in Saudi Arabia - An Israeli link?

From WRH:

Here's the situation. Israel wants to control the US in order to send the US military out to kill Israel's enemies. But Saudi Arabia pours billions of dollars INTO the US economy every year while Israel takes billions OUT.

The influence that Saudi Arabia's billions buys within the US is a threat to Israel's control, and as AIPAC, ADL, and other pro-Israel organizations continue to be exposed as spy operations, the US Congress is starting to move away from overt support of Israel.

Right now, anything that sabotages US/Saudi relations is a benefit to Israel, and as the Lavon Affair proved, Israel will not hesitate to use false-flag terror attacks to carry out such sabotage.

Sunday, August 7, 2005

U.S. diplomatic missions in Saudi Arabia will be closed on 8 and 9 August because of a threat against U.S. buildings, the U.S. Embassy said August 7.

It said the embassy in Riyadh and the consulate in the Red Sea city of Jeddah would be closed August 8 and 9 "in response to a threat against U.S. government buildings in the kingdom."

U.S. diplomatic missions in the kingdom have been closed briefly several times in recent years because of threats of violence against them.

In 2003 suicide bombers hit several compounds housing foreigners, and last year gunmen made a series of attacks on Westerners, including a daylight raid on the U.S. consulate in Jeddah.



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