September 16, 2016
Saudi Arabia may pay huge financial compensations to the United States in response to the US blackmail as a result of the Saudi involvement in the attacks September 11, 2016, the Palestinian journalist Abdel Bari Atwan reported.
Atwan added, in the article published by Raialyoum news website, that Al Saud may pay up to $3.3tn to compensate not only the real victims of the attacks but also the virtual ones as well as the economic sectors which were affected and the US administration for its wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Palestinian journalist who is the editor-in-chief of the website considered that when the US Congress passed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act which allows to sue KSA and demands that it pay the financial compensations highlights the fact that Saudi Arabia, or even all Arabs, is no longer a strategic ally to the United States.
What exacerbates the Saudi conditions in face of the US blackmail is that it is abandoned to lonely cope with its wars in Yemen, Iraq and Syria, Atwan pointed out.
Turkey decided to be reconciled with Russia, Qatar called on hold a dialogue with Iran to end the gulf troubles, and Pakistan rejected to interfere militarily in Yemen to support Saudi, he added.
The Palestinian political writer finally noted that the remarks made by the Saudi Mufti Abdol Aziz Al Sheikh confirms that the Wahabbi thought is deeply rooted in the kingdom and undermines all its efforts to recover its image in the US and the West.