Hussein Obama vetoed JASTA favoring the Saudi's, but the Senate overrode his veto in an overwhelming 97-1 vote.
Saudi Muslim immigrantwho attended Al Qaeda’s most notorious training camp, where four of the Sept. 11 hijackers trained.
Muslim thug and fraudster vows, "We are still building an Islamic museum and sanctuary."
Muslims and leftists exploit the true horrors of 9/11 to hype their delusions of systemic post-9/12 oppression and collective victimhood.
“The essence is that millions of people are happy for what’s happening to America after these attacks,” the political guest added.
Shehadeh Abdelkarim - the @CSU maintenance director who power-washed away the 9/11 memorial - is also the President of the Islamic Center of Cleveland.
...teachers are scared that they will be accused by their students of being Islamophobic if they try to teach about 9/11 and its legacy….
College Democrats, the Feminist Equality Movement, Turning Point USA, and Students for Life all condemned the change.
The Religion Of Peace…disturbing the peace.
The Billboard has a very simple message...
“We are still building an Islamic museum and sanctuary," said Ground Zero mosque developer.
The envoy asked: ‘Sir, are you really serious?’ and the heir to the throne replied, ‘Yes I am’.
The assignment aimed to view history from “different contexts.”
“The Saudis were so duplicitous. There’s no question they had a hand in the 9/11 attacks.”
For months now, lobbyists for Saudi Arabia have been using that argument to stir unfounded alarm among veterans
Muslims stepped up their killing in 2016, with almost 3,000 terror attacks this year alone
they would go to Italy, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is paying 14 lobbying firms - including the Podesta Group - to convince Congress to change the law
The Saudis will seek a new bill to scale back the law in lame-duck session or in next session, after lawmakers are relieved from heat of the campaign, people familiar with the plans said.
9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism said they are "outraged and dismayed" by the veto and call his reasoning "unconvincing and unsupportable."