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Newly Released Video Suggests Possible Saudi Involvement In 9/11 Attacks

James King, MPA
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A recently unveiled video from 1999 is causing a stir by suggesting potential Saudi involvement in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The footage, revealed by Glenn Beck on BlazeTV, shows a man identified by the FBI as a Saudi intelligence agent filming various significant locations in Washington, D.C., while talking about a “plan.”

The video begins with the man, Omar Al-Bayoumi, addressing his “esteemed brothers” and welcoming them from the capital city of the United States. The footage captures prominent landmarks like the Washington Monument, the Capitol building, and the Smithsonian. It concludes with shots of government vehicles and a mention of a mysterious “plan.”

Beck expressed skepticism about why this video, which had been in existence for so long, is only now being brought to light. “This tape has been known. We’ve had it, and it was just buried,” Beck stated. He highlighted that while the 9/11 victims’ families had access to this footage for their lawsuit against Saudi Arabia, it remained largely under wraps until now.


The timing of the release has raised numerous questions. Beck speculated that there could be deeper motives behind making this video public at this juncture. He pointed to the crucial economic ties between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, particularly the petrodollar system. Beck hinted that the release might be connected to potential Saudi threats to abandon this financial arrangement.

To explore the full context and implications of this revelation, viewers are encouraged to watch Beck’s detailed analysis on BlazeTV, where he delves into the potential reasons behind the video’s emergence and its broader geopolitical significance.