Saudi Royal in U.S. Prison Linked to Bin Laden and 9/11

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May 29, 2016 No Comments ›› admin

By Ben Barrack

(h/t to Denver Talk show host Peter Boyles for bringing 1994 connection to my attention)

Homaidan Al-Turki

Homaidan Al-Turki

Wealthy Saudi Royal family member Homaidan al-Turki can be placed in Denver, CO at the same time that Osama bin Laden’s secret phone system was being routed through that city. This is also the same time that al-Qaeda imam Anwar al-Awlaki was living in the area. Whatever al-Turki was doing in 1995, he had caught the attention of federal officials for his links to terrorism.

If a Denver Post headline is any indication, al-Turki’s affiliation with al-Awlaki may not have been the reason. According to the Post, al-Awlaki didn’t make much of an impression until after he left Denver for San Diego in 1996.

Al-Turki is currently locked up in a U.S. federal facility but he was convicted of state crimes in Colorado in 2006. Al-Turki moved to Denver from Saudi Arabia in 1995, just as al-Qaeda Imam Anwar al-Awlaki was moving to Denver from Fort Collins, CO after graduating from Colorado State University. Al-Awlaki delivered sermons at Denver Islamic Society’s al-Noor mosque and Al-Turki attended that mosque.

Later, after al-Awlaki left for San Diego, al-Turki began selling the al-Qaeda imam’s sermons from Aurora. As the head of al-Basheer Publishing Co., al-Turki sold and distributed al-Awlaki’s sermons and literature.

Al-Turki was in suspiciously close proximity to a secure phone system set up for Osama bin Laden in the mid-1990’s. The phone system was set up in London and routed through Denver, Colorado in 1994 according to a 2001 Scripps Howard news report:

One of Osama bin Laden’s key al-Qaeda cells used a phone system in Denver for secret communications between Saudi Arabia and Britain in the 1990s, according to a bin Laden confidant based in London.

This is yet another powerful link that connects al-Turki to the 9/11 attacks. Earlier this month, the New York Times published 47 pages of notes by 9/11 Committee staffers who named al-Turki more than half a dozen times as a person of interest in the 9/11 attacks. In particular, al-Turki was identified as having been…

“…in contact with an individual in Germany in 2001, who was also in contact with one of the hijackers… (al-Turki was) in contact with a German cell phone linked to one of the September 11th hijackers…”

Shortly after arriving in the U.S., al-Turki was being investigated by federal authorities for terrorist ties. Did this have to do with bin Laden’s phone system, al-Turki’s connections to al-Awlaki or was it something else?

Al-Turki named multiple times in 47 pages.

Al-Turki named multiple times in 47 pages.

In 2006, al-Turki was convicted of enslaving and sexually molesting an underage girl he kept locked up in his basement. In 2013, al-Turki became a person of interest in the assassination of Tom Clements, then head of Colorado’s Department of Corrections. One week prior to his murder, Clements denied al-Turki’s request for a transfer to Saudi Arabia. Since that time, al-Turki has been moved multiple times and is now serving time in a federal facility despite being convicted on state crimes.

It wasn’t just the timing of Clements’ assassination that made al-Turki a suspect; it’s also how his assassin – Evan Ebel – was dressed. According to Colorado’s KWGN:

Part of the mystery surrounds Nathan DeLeon, a Dominos delivery driver who Ebel apparently killed before shooting Clements.

DeLeon’s uniform was found in Ebel’s vehicle after he was killed in a rolling gun battle with law enforcement officials in Texas.

The possible connection, as FOX31 Denver has reported: an undercover agent was able to get a warrant to arrest al-Turki after going to his door dressed as a pizza delivery man and glimpsing his maid inside his home.

As for bin Laden’s secure phone system run through Denver, neither al-Awlaki nor al-Turki have been officially named as being complicit actors. Then again, does that really matter? Aside from al-Qaeda Imam al-Awlaki and Saudi Royal al-Turki being a person of interest in 9/11, both men were in the same city through which bin Laden’s calls were being routed.

Abdullah Omar Naseef (L) and Huma Abedin (R) demonstrate how Saudi Royals collaborate with Muslim Brotherhood.

Abdullah Omar Naseef (L) and Huma Abedin (R) demonstrate how Saudi Royals collaborate with Muslim Brotherhood.

And both men attended the same Muslim Brotherhood mosque, which underscores a very telling yet oft-unacknowledged reality. Al-Turki is a Saudi Royal family member; Al-Awlaki was an al-Qaeda imam; both men attended a Muslim Brotherhood mosque. These three data points serve as both an allegorical – and quite tangible – confluence of the Saudi Royal Family (al-Turki), the Muslim Brotherhood (Denver Islamic Society) and al-Qaeda (al-Awlaki).

However, the American media and the U.S. Government covers up Saudi complicity in 9/11. Al-Qaeda is portrayed as a terrorist perversion of Islam and the Muslim Brotherhood is painted as the moderate brand of Islam that is needed to help fight terrorism. These flawed lines of distinction is the main reason why the west is losing the war Islam has declared against it.

Wealthy Saudi al-Turki (L) and al-Qaeda imam al-Awlaki kindred spirits.

Wealthy Saudi al-Turki (L) and al-Qaeda imam al-Awlaki kindred spirits.

To further illustrate the point, the Denver Islamic Society is still flourishing and has not been shut down, as it should be. Beyond that, at the time of this writing, a prominent Muslim Brotherhood figure named Abdul Mawgood Dardary, is featured on the mosque’s website as an upcoming speaker.

As an aside, Dardary is someone – as most Muslim Brotherhood political jihadists are – who loves to have his name spelled differently at different times. This is a very common Muslim Brotherhood tactic of diversion and confusion. It prevents familiarity, promotes confusion and certainly makes google searches more difficult. Note below how Dardery / Darderi / Dardary is spelled on the Mosque’s website and how it was spelled on CNN in 2012, during the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s “good will” tour to the U.S.

In April of 2012, as the Muslim Brotherhood was preparing to take control of Egypt, the ambassadors included Dardary and a Muslim woman named Sondos Asem. Whereas Dardary alters the spelling of his name, Asem goes by a different last name altogether. Perhaps that is because Asem is the daughter of one of the Muslim Sisterhood’s 63 leaders, Manal Abu Hassan, Professor of October Sixth Journalism University and the wife of Asim Chalabi. Chalabi is a media expert for the Brotherhood. Their daughter Sondos Asem Chalabi is seen in the video below seated next to Dardary.

Denver Mosque where al-Awlaki and al-Turki attended features Muslim Brotherhood speaker who served in Egypt's Government under Mohammed Mursi.

Denver Mosque where al-Awlaki and al-Turki attended features Muslim Brotherhood speaker who served in Egypt’s Government under Mohammed Mursi.


This is where the connections of political jihadists who’ve infiltrated western civilization become very dangerous. One of the other 63 leaders of the Muslim Sisterhood is none other than the mother of close Hillary Clinton adviser and confidante, Huma Abedin.

There are multiple Muslim Sisterhood branches around the Middle East. Huma’s mother Saleha Mahmoud Abedin is identified as being a leader with the Saudi branch. Huma not only grew up in Saudi Arabia but later served as an editor with the Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA) for years while Saudi Royal and al-Qaeda financier Abdullah Omar Naseef sat on the board.

Again, this demonstrates a nexus of Muslim Brotherhood and wealthy Saudi Royal family collaboration.

Like al-Turki in 1995, Huma traveled to the U.S. from Saudi Arabia to attend college, at George Washington University (GWU) in 1994. While there, she sat on the board of the Muslim Students Association (MSA), another Muslim Brotherhood front group.


This leads us back to Anwar al-Awlaki. In 1996, he left Colorado for San Diego, where he stayed for multiple years. Home base for al-Awlaki was a mosque in San Diego. In 2000, al-Awlaki was introduced to two of the 9/11 hijackers by a Saudi diplomat named Fahad al-Thumairy, who has since been banned from the U.S.

Saudi Diplomat Fahad al-Thumairy (L) and Saudi Gov't Agent Omar al-Bayoumi (R); aided two 9/11 hijackers.

Saudi Diplomat Fahad al-Thumairy (L) and Saudi Gov’t Agent Omar al-Bayoumi (R); aided two 9/11 hijackers.

A Saudi agent named Omar al-Bayoumi is said to have greeted two of the 9/11 hijackers at the airport in early 2000 upon their arrival. That’s according to Michael Isikoff’s 2002 Newsweek article:

When the two Qaeda operatives arrived at Los Angeles International Airport around New Year’s 2000, they were warmly welcomed. Nawaf Alhazmi and Khalid Almihdhar would help hijack American Airlines Flight 77 and crash it into the Pentagon a year and a half later, but that January in Los Angeles, they were just a couple of young Saudi men who barely spoke English and needed a place to stay. At the airport, they were swept up by a gregarious fellow Saudi, Omar al-Bayoumi, who had been living in the United States for several years.

According to a 60 Minutes report, Bayoumi communicated via cell phone with al-Awlaki the same day he welcomed the two hijackers in Los Angeles. Again, we see clear collaboration between al-Qaeda and the Saudi Government.

Approximately one year later, al-Awlaki moved east, where he would attend George Washington University and set up shop as an Imam with the notorious Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Falls Church, VA. Al-Awlaki didn’t just attend the same university that Huma Abedin did. He also belonged to the same MSA branch at that university:

Al-Awlaki on the MSA Board at GWU one year before 9/11 attacks.

Al-Awlaki on the MSA Board at GWU one year before 9/11 attacks.

Al-Turki has more than demonstrated a desire shared by al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood when it comes to America. This puts him on the same page as Osama bin Laden. He’s also part of a network that demonstrates Saudi and Muslim Brotherhood collaboration with al-Qaeda. Until western leaders make decisions based on this very obvious reality, western civilization will continue to lose a very dangerous war.

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