The FBI released a declassified document for September 11

In a presidential decree, the FBI declassified a document related to the September 11 attacks in the United States, which took place 20 years ago.

The 16 pages of the document describe the kidnappers’ contacts with Saudi collaborators in the United States. However, there is no evidence that the government in Riyadh was complicit in the attacks.

5 of the 19 hijackers are from Saudi Arabia. Since the attacks, the Middle East has denied any involvement.

Against this background, the leader of Al Qaeda appeared in a video related to the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the attacks. Since the end of last year, there have been rumors that Ayman Az Zawahiri is dead.

In Shanksville, Pennsylvania, Joe Biden defended his position on the withdrawal from Afghanistan.

“70% of Americans think it’s time to withdraw from Afghanistan and stop spending so much money. But they don’t like the way we withdrew. It’s hard to explain – How else were we supposed to get out?” .

Former President Donald Trump, who met with New York City police, has criticized the current president for his policies toward Afghanistan.

“I’ve seen a lot of speeches that say, ‘We went in and fought the enemy.’ This is true. But they did not say what happened last week. We surrendered. We cannot allow this to happen. Because this is a stain on our country. That’s a shame, “Trump said.

In memory of their fallen colleagues, Florida firefighters symbolically climbed 110 floors, as did the Twin Towers. The culmination of yesterday came with lights in the shape of fallen twin towers in the heart of New York.



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