The article deals with the conspiracy theory concerning September 11th events. In a response to the article, a reader wrote: "Actually, I think that there is a conspiracy theory concerning September 11th events - why?"
"The cancellation of a Fox News program saying that there were Israelis involved in the events, since the day after the show. Then, the famous program's host was driven away, since he broadcasted information given to him by a senior official in the FBI."
"We all know who did this act. There is no doubt that it is the same element that is the first to gain benefits from it - America…"
"As we know, America invented the Vietnam war and the Gulf war in order to create a rational reason to its people to pay the taxes and raise money from other sources - the Arabs."
"After all (the above mentioned), do we have to believe that the American policy is a noble, true, honest and rational policy?"
- Ar-Riyadh, Saudi government daily, quoting Fahed al-Ahmadi, article entitled "The Last Conspiracy Theory (Part 1 of 2)," May 8, 2002
"Anyone who even skims through The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Pieces on the Chessboard, or the book The World is a Pawn in the Hands of Israel, and follows current events, becomes convinced that the Jews are behind the world's current 'terrorized' atmosphere…"
- The Middle East Briefing quoting Saudi Prince Mamdouh bin Abd Al-Aziz, president of the Saudi Center for Strategic Studies, article entitled "The Jews want to Take over the World;" January 23, 2002
"Six Israelis suspected of involvement in the attacks on New York and Washington were arrested in the US, to be later released. This confirms our strong suspicions about the involvement of Israel's Mossad in the ugly crime. If we look carefully into this matter, we find no more influential sides in the US that the Israeli Mossad agents, who have the ability to penetrate and the capability to execute with high efficiency."
- Okaz, Saudi daily, editorial posted on The Times of India online, November 6, 2001
All translations by ADL unless otherwise indicated.
* Source: The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI)
** Source: Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) as cited by the
Independent Media Review Analysis (IMRA)