1999 Video Raises New Questions About Saudi Role In 9/11 Attacks

A 1999 video recently brought to public attention suggests that Saudi Arabia may have had a role in the 9/11 attacks, prompting accusations of a possible FBI cover-up. Glenn Beck showcased the video on BlazeTV, revealing footage of a man the FBI identifies as a Saudi intelligence operative, capturing significant sites in Washington, D.C., and discussing a “plan.”

In the video, Omar Al-Bayoumi greets his “esteemed brothers” from Washington, D.C., and proceeds to film landmarks such as the Washington Monument, the Capitol, and the Smithsonian. The video ends with a focus on black government vehicles and an allusion to a “plan.”

Beck expressed his disbelief at the delayed release of this footage, which has been available for years but not widely disclosed. “The 9/11 victims’ families got access to [the video] for their trial against Saudi Arabia, but it was still quiet,” Beck noted. He questioned why this significant piece of evidence is only now being made public, over two decades after the attacks.

The release has sparked speculation about the motivations behind it. Beck suggested that this could be linked to broader geopolitical and economic dynamics, particularly the petrodollar system, which ties the U.S. economy to Saudi oil. Beck posited that the release might relate to Saudi Arabia’s recent threats to move away from the petrodollar.

For a more in-depth understanding of these developments, viewers can watch Beck’s segment on BlazeTV, where he analyzes the potential implications of the video and its impact on U.S.-Saudi relations.