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Watch Obama’s Speech Slandering Christians… Again… Just as a Typical Muslim Would

By Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack As part of his shocking claims during the National Prayer Breakfast, Barack Obama referenced acts of Islamic terrorism taking place around the globe without identifying them for what they really are. While insisting that the perpetrators are twisting religion to justify murder, it was Obama who twisted history to […]

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Saudi Sex Slave Convict Denied by Judge (with a twist)

Homaidan al-Turki was convicted in 2006 on charges related to having an underage slave whom he sexually molested. Al-Turki resided in Colorado and had been serving out his prison sentence in that state. Since his conviction, there has been a very strong effort from Saudi Arabia to have him released. In 2010, an extremely well-produced […]

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CO Governor’s Attorney worked to free Saudi Convict

The office of the Colorado Governor’s office, headed by Democrat John Hickenlooper, may be on the brink of a major scandal involving attempts to release a Saudi prisoner. Homaidan al-Turki was convicted in 2006 for keeping a sex slave locked up in his residence. He repeatedly molested her over a period of years. You might […]

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Contrasting views on Slavery: Cleveland vs. Saudi Arabia

When Amanda Berry, Georgina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight were rescued from the house where they had been held captive for a decade, America’s reaction was two-fold: Joy over their rescue and contempt for their captors. That contempt was also expressed by the uncle of the three men responsible. Via Daily Mail: Also struck by the […]

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Saudi Compound in Virginia with alleged Domestic Slaves also Housed some Very High-Profile Residents

Walid Shoebat Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers raided the villa at 6024 Orris St, in Mclean, VA Last Tuesday night, which is owned by the Saudi Armed Forces Office and believed to house its defense attaché, removing two workers from the Philippines who are suspected of having been the ‘victims of domestic servitude’ and possible […]

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Saudi National in Colorado Prison may have himself a Bank Account problem

We’re beginning to learn some details about why there has been renewed interest in a Saudi national serving an 8 years-to-life prison sentence in Colorado for enslaving and sexually assaulting an Indonesian minor. Some of those details appear to involve Homaidan al-Turki’s large bank account, coupled with large purchases at the prison canteen that couldn’t […]

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Rep. Frank Wolf getting closer to issue of Saudi Slavery

This post is a bit of a follow-up on the story about two Filipino women who may have been held captive as slaves in a Virginia mansion owned by the Saudi government. There is more information available on this story. Moreover, it looks like Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA) may be getting involved in a high-level […]

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How many Saudis have violated or are violating 13th Amendment while on U.S. Soil?

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. – U.S. Constitution, Amendment XIII, Section 1. Slavery in America was abolished in 1865. Yet, to listen to the American left, you’d think […]

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Renewed interest in imprisoned Saudi National in Murder of Prison Chief?

On the evening of March 19th, the Executive Director of Colorado’s Department of Corrections – Tom Clements – was murdered in his home. For a little more than 36 hours, an incarcerated Saudi national named Homaidan al-Turki was a person of interest because about a week prior to the murder, Clements denied a request by […]

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A Contrast: A Saudi Prince’s influence on Fox News vs. Murdoch family’s lack of influence on Rotana

Last year, Rupert Murdoch’s Newscorp. significantly increased its ownership in a media entity headed by Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal. Via Arabian Business: News Corp will pay $35m for the shares, which will take its stake in Rotana to 18.97 percent. Last year, News Corp upped its stake to 14.53 percent. The acquisition was announced […]

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At Fourth Annual ‘Women in the World’ Conference, Hillary Clinton still talking about the ‘hope of the Arab Spring’

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared at the Women in the World conference in New York City this past week to talk about the fight for women’s rights. In the short excerpt of her speech below she actually talked about fighting for women’s rights in Afghanistan AFTER U.S. troops leave. Uh, the how behind […]

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Audio: Ben Barrack talks about Homaidan Al-Turki case, Evan Ebel, and Tom Clements murder

Before Evan Ebel became the primary suspect in the murder of Tom Clements, the Executive Director of Colorado’s Department of Corrections, Homaidan Al-Turki – a Saudi serving a life sentence in a Colorado prison – was a person of interest because eight days prior to the murder, Clements denied Al-Turki’s request for a transfer to […]

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The Case For Saudi-phobia?

Ben Barrack For nearly two days after the murder of Tom Clements – the Executive Director of the Colorado State Department of Corrections – significant attention was paid to the case of a Saudi prisoner named Homaidan Al-Turki. Then, after the death of Evan Ebel in Decatur, TX on March 21st, interest in Al-Turki evaporated […]

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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 […]

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We Are Above the Law (So Say the Saudis)

By Walid Shoebat There is immense public and even governmental support for terrorists and criminals who originate from Saudi Arabia, a country that prides itself on Sharia and moral values. The irony of the cases we present is that not one of these Saudi nationals sentenced for crimes and even terrorism charges in the United […]

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