Saudis don’t seem to think Assassinating U.S. President or owning Slaves is a crime

Walid Shoebat

The Saudis apparently think it’s no big deal to plot to assassinate the President of the United States, nor that owning a slave in the U.S. should be illegal, provided that the slave owner is a Saudi national.

One viral video in the Middle East sent out by Saudi Arabia calls for President “Barack Hussein Obama” to release a Saudi national named Homaidan Al-Turki (yes, that’s the same Al-Turki whose request for release to Saudi Arabia was denied by Tom Clements – the head of Colorado’s state Department of Corrections who was murdered one week after that denial).

Here’s the video that pleads for Al-Turki’s release:

And while the Saudi government appeals to one president to release Al-Turki, there is no denunciation of another one of their countrymen, who had the gall to plan the assassination of another U.S. president, George W. Bush!

The stories of demands that Saudi terrorists and criminals be released from U.S. custody by the Saudi royals should at least spark an interest in the level of arrogance coming from the Saudi government – media as well as the populace in general.

The man Saudis want released, Homaidan Al-Turki, a Saudi national who was found guilty and sentenced for 28 years for holding an Indonesian woman identified as “Z.A.” as a “sex slave” while living in Colorado is “innocent” according to the king of Saudi Arabia and the general public there. Z.A. was ultimately arrested for failing to renew her passport, which helped lead to Al-Turki’s arrest.

Al-Turki, according to court records in the United States…

“…would go to her room in the basement at night and sexually molest her, including digitally penetrating her and forcing her to perform oral sex on him (Record 19:21- 22, 26, 65, 97, 99, 102; 21:41)… During the last incident of sexual abuse, which occurred approximately two weeks before Z.A.’s arrest, Mr. Al-Turki, for the first time, had sexual intercourse with Z.A., who was still a virgin (Record 21:44-46).”

Al-Turki even gets special treatment and is allowed to call the Saudi media for on-air interviews right from his prison cell to give the nation the state of his affairs.

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Even an entire documentary is made in his defense while the filming is allowed in prison. Introductions by the host include questions like: “Why should he pay 28 years of his life for hiring an Indonesian servant?” (see 1:18-1:36)

There is absolutely no remorse. Even when Al-Turki got sentenced, his last statements included:

“Your honor, I am not here to apologize, for I cannot apologize for things I did not do and for crimes I did not commit. The state has criminalized these basic Muslim behaviors. Attacking traditional Muslim behaviors was the focal point of the prosecution.”

According to Al-Turki a Muslim has a right to own a slave and penetrate that slave as said Muslim wishes while living in the United States.
Al-Turki even gets airtime in the U.S. and is permitted to lead the Iftar while free on bond, courtesy of the Saudi government:

Take the case of another Saudi national, Al-Turki’s prison mate Nayef Al-Yousef, whom Homaidan praised as a “consoling friend” who was sentenced to 300 years for kidnapping and murder in 2001 in the United States. We obtained from Arabic sources that his two accomplices in crime – Mash’al Al-Suwaidi and Tareq Dawsari – escaped to Saudi Arabia, obtaining “pardons” through influence in the upper echelons of the Saudi system and received zero prison time. While the Saudis ask president Obama to pardon Al-Turki, they refused to extradite these two back to the United States. Al-Ryadh Newspaper even praised Allah for their safe escape since the two “repented and grew their beards”.

Al-Yousef’s influential father at the time announced that he was working to get then president Bush to pardon his son and thanked the Saudi government. In fact, Wikileaks included exchanged demands by the Saudi government requesting the United States to release these as well as a litany of Saudi criminals imprisoned in the United States.

One of the demands was the release of Dr. Nabil Al-Ruwais, a Saudi psychiatrist who was imprisoned for attempting to sexually molest a two-year old girl in California. His emails indicated that Al Ruwais had previously molested 2 and 10 year-old girls in Saudi Arabia. The man’s conduct according to U.S. investigators “absolutely shocks the conscience”, yet was also included in the Wikileaks document.

What is little known about Al-Ruwais, which we obtained from Arabic sources is that he is well connected; the Ruwais clan governs the region of Yamama in Najd and take pride in that they pledged allegiance to Muhammad Abdul Wahhab, the founder of Wahhabism. Nabil is also student of Muhammad Bin Ibrahim, the once Mufti of Saudi Arabia, an accomplished Muslim author on Islamic Hadith and Unitarianism who authored a volume on Islamic studies entitled “The Harvest of The Times”.

So important are Saudi criminals that Colorado Attorney General John Suthers traveled to Saudi Arabia to meet with King Abdullah for 3 days regarding the case, so as to appease the king.

And then you have Prince Khalid Bin Talal visiting Al-Turki’s family and even receiving calls from him directly from the prison cell in which the prince assured him that he would get him released soon.

Unknown in the West is an announcement by Al-Turki’s brother Ahmad Al-Turki, that the prison in Clorado has “agreed to do a prisoner exchange”.

But the public sentiment in Saudi Arabia – in support for Al-Turki – goes hand-in-hand with their support for terrorist Khalid Dawsari who wanted George W. Bush dead while western media remained oblivious to the deception by the Muslim general populace. With Dawsari’s case, Imam Samer al-Tabaa of the Islamic Center of South Plains acted surprised as he stated to The Lubbock Avalanche Journal his first lie that “no one in the Saudi Community seemed to know Aldawsari”, which fed into the circulating myth that Muslim terrorists are lone wolves and isolated Unabombers. “Dawsari is an alien to Islam … he is an enemy to humanity” he said.

Aldawsari had friends: “my friends Rayif and A. Al-Ghamdi” he wrote in his journal. Yet the irresponsible journalist from the Lubbock Avalanche Journal, Irie Price, failed to even remind Tabaa if Sheikh Mohamed El-Moctar El-Shinqiti who ran the Islamic Center of South Plains before him recruited Muslims to join Hamas. Will Tabaa say that El-Shinqiti was a UnaJihadist “alien to Islam” and an “enemy to humanity”?

Terrorism and crime by the Saudis is interlinked extensively with familial ties. Take clan “Ghamdi” for example once responded to the question that circulates the Middle East “why does the Ghamdi clan produce so many terrorists?” “Is the Ghamdi clan the spring of terrorism?” people asked. The Clan Ghamdi on its official website, proudly responded to the question with a long martyrs list titled “Ghamdis the Mujahideen” priding themselves having given two of their young men #3 Ahmed Ghamdi and #4 Hamza Saleh Ghamdi who destroyed the South Tower in Manhattan on 9/11.

They are listed as “martyrs” and “heroes” with comments like “definitely, sons to be proud of”. The Ghamdi martyrs list are too many to include here, but perhaps we can include a few from the al-Qaeda martyrs list of the Muslim fallen in Afghanistan by the hands of the “American Crusaders”; #25 is Abdul-Rahman Ghamdi and #61 is Saeed Ghamdi and #134, Abu Zubayr Ghamdi. It even includes a relative of Khalid Aldawsari #130 Faisal Aldawsari killed in Torah Bora while serving Al-Qaeda. Another Ghamdi (Sa’d al-Ghamdi) even sings for al-Qaeda:

Americans will never find a Kaczynski Clan official website supporting terrorism. The parents of the Ghamdis who participated in 9/11 were proud of him. Countless Muslim websites describes them as “the lions of Manhattan. May Allah house them in paradise”.

Khalid, Bush’s intended killer, was not a lone wolf. He is backed by an entire system, the wealthy and powerful Aldawsari clan including the powerful Sheik Saud Bin Mut’ab who hosted a support group for the terrorist defending him publically while funding his legal team.

Just translate “We are all Khalid Dawsari” into Arabic and see just how much support the terrorist gets. The Aldawsari clan main website ( keeps track of everything that goes with every comment in support for the terrorist linking to other supporting groups.

There are several “Aldawsari” troublemakers. Mohammad al-Wada’ani Aldawsari openly call for the removal of the Saudi kingdom and Khalid Aldawsari does not mind using his enemies help stating (see page 10) that he was admitted into the United States via what he termed “the traitor of the two holy places”. This would be the King of Saudi Arabia himself, which sends his students to the United States, Aldawsari’s favorite target.

Another Aldawsari, the Saudi poet and well-known preacher Hafiz bin ‘Ajab Aldawsari who on March 14, 2012, devoted a sermon to Filiz Gelowicz, an imprisoned German jihad supporter and wife of Fritz Gelowicz, a German convert from the “Sauerland Cell,” which allegedly plotted attacks in Germany on behalf of the Islamic Jihad Union in 2007. Hafiz Aldawsari urged Muslims to come to her aid – with donations and weapons stating that freeing Muslim prisoners held by the “infidels” is a supreme religious duty.

Both the Aldawsari clan as well as the Ghamdi clan official websites openly support terrorism. The support for Mohammad al-Wada’ani Aldawsari is in the open while firing machine guns. You can even watch the Aldawsari clan’s love of fireworks, clansmen style, using AK47s day or night or even communicating with each other on lonely nights, right from their courtyards as if by morse code. Songs and poetry are dedicated to Khalid Aldawsari.

Several operations of weapons of mass destruction were thwarted in the U.S. but all it takes is one successful attempt.

Attempting to murder a United States President (Bush) while demanding pardon from another (Obama) should be a top serious concern, not only to Homeland Security, but to all of us; Saudis should never be above the law, even including their own.


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