Now that a good amount of politicians in the U.S. are considering allowing U.S. families of 9/11 victims the chance to sue the Saudi Government for 9/11, one Saudi Daily has allowed the publication of a story that points the blame for 9/11 on the U.S. itself, and goes on to say that they have successful invaded 2 countries already based on. Here's the summary of the article: **On the eve of President Obama's April 2016 visit to Saudi Arabia, the U.S. Congress began debating the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), that would, inter alia, allow the families of victims of the September 11 attacks to sue the Saudi government for damages. Also in April 2016, the New York Times published that a 2002 congressional inquiry into the 9/11 attacks had found that Saudi officials living in the United States at the time had a hand in the plot. The commission's conclusions, said the paper, were specified in a report that has not been released publicly. The JASTA bill, which was passed by the Senate on May 17, 2016, triggered fury in Saudi Arabia, expressed both in statements by the Saudi foreign minister and in scathing attacks on the U.S. in the Saudi press. On April 28, 2016, the London-based Saudi daily Al-Hayat published an exceptionally harsh article on this topic by Saudi legal expert Katib Al-Shammari, who argued that the U.S. itself had planned and carried out 9/11, while placing the blame on a shifting series of others first Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, then Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq, and now Saudi Arabia. He wrote that American threats to reveal documents that supposedly point to Saudi involvement in 9/11 are part of standard U.S. policy of exposing archival documents to use as leverage against various countries which he calls "victory by means of archives."** Excerpts of the article can be seen here: Article In Saudi Daily: U.S. Planned, Carried Out 9/11 Attacks But Blames Others For Them | Middle East Media Research Institute While I definitely think the article has merit, I also can't help but think that the U.S. beginning to shift more of the blame of 9/11 onto Saudi Arabia may well have something to do with the timing of its release. What do others here think?