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Profile: Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef

 
  

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Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef actively participated in the following events:

 
  

November 2002: Saudi Interior Minister Blames Jews for 9/11 Attacks      Complete 911 Timeline

       Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef blames Zionists and Jews for the 9/11 attacks. He tells journalists, “Who has benefited from September 11 attacks? I think [the Jews] were the protagonists of such attacks.” Nayef is in charge of the Saudi investigation into the attacks, and some US congresspeople respond to the comments by questioning how strongly Saudi Arabia is investigating the involvement of the 15 Saudi 9/11 hijackers. [Associated Press, 12/5/02]
People and organizations involved: Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef, Israel
          

November 22, 2002: More Defendants Added to Saudi Lawsuit      Complete 911 Timeline

       9/11 victims' relatives add 50 defendants to the 100 defendants previously named in their $1 trillion lawsuit (see August 15, 2002) against Saudi citizens and organizations. New defendants include Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef and the Saudi American Bank, that nation's second largest financial institution. The suit alleges that Nayef and Minister of Defense and Aviation Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud engaged in payoffs to al-Qaeda. The suit further alleges that the Saudi American Bank, partly owned and managed by Citibank, financed development projects in Sudan benefiting bin Laden in the early 1990s when he was living there. [Wall Street Journal, 11/22/02]
People and organizations involved: Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef, Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, Saudi American Bank, Osama bin Laden, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, al-Qaeda
          

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