CALIFORNIA MOSQUE WORKER May Be Linked To 9/11 As Calls For A New Investigation Emerge [Video]

Is there any doubt that the 9/11 attackers had help in carrying out the attacks? There have to be people who helped the terrorists navigate America. Lower level Saudi involvement is being looked at but the Muslims are crying Islamophobia. It’s their go-to term when they feel they’re being called out. Watch for this in your local news. Every instance of a Muslim being called out on something is turned around so that they are the victim. It’s how they get their way in every case so they can further the agenda of a transformation of America. Push back and push back hard on this in your schools and local governments. 

Could someone who worked at a California mosque be linked to the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil? New allegations about the 9/11 attacks are coming from someone close to the classified investigation.

But John Lehman — a former member of that investigative commission — said a classified section of the investigation shows that as many as six Saudi individuals may have played a role in the attacks. One of those people, he said, is a man who worked at Culver City’s King Fahad Mosque.

Mahomed Khan, who handles public relations for the King Fahad Mosque, said if that was the case, the man was clearly not a representative of the mosque.

Khan also questioned the timing of the new concern, pointing out that the 9/11 Commission wrapped up its investigation 12 years ago.

“You wonder, ‘Does this have to do with the election cycle?’ I’m not saying it is or isn’t but why now? Why couldn’t the commissioners deal with it back then?” he said.

But Lehman said the investigation didn’t look hard enough into lower-level Saudi involvement. Former Federal Prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste agreed

“We would not be so arrogant as to think that we, with our limited time and resources, have investigated every single aspect that there is to look at in the 9/11 disaster,” he said.

Ben-Veniste and Lehman were calling for a new federal probe and the release of 28 pages of classified documents from the original investigation.

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