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Saudi role in 9/11

Saudi role in 9/11

The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) is a law against terrorism and the Saudi ambassador is the first one charged with that. The article 5 of this law, which is passed by the US Congress, grants families of September 11 victims the right to sue the government of Saudi Arabia.
The legislation gives victims’ families the right to sue in US court for any role that elements of the Saudi government may have played in the 2001 attacks that killed thousands of people. The US Secretary of State will be responsible for handling the complaints and finally the America’s judicial system will carry out the justice about those Saudis who helped terrorists in 9/11 attacks. Saudi Arabia needs to pay damages to the US government and families of victims of the attack. September 11 attacks killed nearly 3000 people, injured over 6,000 others, and caused at least $10 billion in infrastructure and property damage.
According to JASTA, Saudi Arabia is a sponsor of terrorism and should pay the damages.
Following the approval of JASTA, the Saudi ambassador’s involvement in 9/11 attacks is undeniable. Under this act, 9/11 families will be able to sue Saudi Arabia for billions over the attacks.
Justice will eventually be carried out and the victims’ families can claim their rights from the Saudi government. Apparently, 9/11 Saudi hijackers have been directly involved with the Saudi ambassador to the United States.