As Walid wrote about here, Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, the 20 year-old Saudi student who was briefly a ‘person of interest’ in the Boston marathon bombings, comes from a clan that is home to several Al-Qaeda members and former Gitmo detainees. In the case of Muhammad Atiq Uwaid Al-Awufi Al-Harbi (#73), he became the leader […]
Archive | April 17, 2013
Yesterday, we posted this photo of three men who appeared to be Saudi. Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi is a Saudi national who was a ‘person of interest’ for less than twenty-four hours. Of the three men in the photo, Alharbi seems to most closely resemble the man on the far right, with the black cap […]
According to the New York Post, authorities are now looking for a ‘white male’ in connection with the Boston marathon bombings. However, a Muslim Brotherhood official seems to think it’s a response to U.S.-backed fighting against al-Qaeda. Via Al Arabiya (h/t Jihad Watch): A high-ranking Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood official has linked the deadly Boston attacks […]
AP Reporter Matt Lee has quite a reputation for holding State Department spokesmen accountable. The latest instance involves news reports that a scheduled open-door meeting between John Kerry and the Saudi Foreign minister was abruptly closed the day after a Saudi national became a person of interest in the Boston marathon bombings. Toward the end […]
First, a few things that are undisputed. We know that federal, state, and local authorities took interest in a Saudi national named Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi after the Boston marathon bombings. We also know that he was injured and that those authorities searched his apartment and hauled away bags of stuff. Add to that the […]
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Walid Shoebat A couple of weeks ago we warned America about the very serious problem of Saudi infiltration; many of these Saudi nationals are criminals and terrorists. After the bombings, a Saudi by the name of Abdul Rahman Ali Al-Harbi was hospitalized and became a ‘suspect’, then a ‘person of interest’. His apartment was searched […]