The New York Post reports that the FBI also confirmed that Qudhaeeins and Shalawis airline tickets for the alleged "dry run" were paid for by the Saudi Embassy in question. The advocates for the case argue that this court filing shows, "a pattern of both financial and operational support" for the "conspiracy from official Saudi sources". According to Al Jazeera, Saudi Arabia has always denied any involvement whatsoever in the attack on the World Trade Center. Waleed Nassar, an international disputes attorney told. Al Jazeera "the evidence, along with much of what has been submitted, is innuendo and circumstantial". It is to be noted that fifteen of the 19 men who carried out the 2001 attacks were Saudi nationals. The class action lawsuit says that the Saudi Arabian government may have even been involved in sponsoring the attacks from the earliest stages, including testing cockpit security. Sean
The New York Post states that the lawyers representing Saudi Arabia have filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, which may be headed towards trial as Congress has cleared diplomatic-immunity related obstructions.