British report: Adoption of the US Congress for the law, "justice against sponsors of
British report: Adoption of the US Congress for the law, "justice against sponsors of terrorism" increases the pressure on Saudi Arabia
Twilight News / Financial Times newspaper published a report on the US Senate vote to pass a law allowing for the families of victims of the September 11 bombings to sue foreign states and officials.
And describes the authors, Geoffrey Dyer, and Simeon Kerr, the law was passed in the Senate that repel Saudi Arabia, which the United States demanded the fulfillment of their relations. The authors believe that the new US legislation might be part of a profound change in Saudi Arabia's relations with the West over allegations linked to religious rigidly, and its conduct in the war in Yemen. They argue that Riyadh remain for the US and British governments an important partner in the fight against terrorism, and in the war against al-Islamic state, but will face more outspoken criticism in many capitals of the world. The report cites Democratic senator, Chris Murphy, was quoted as saying on Saudi Arabia: "I pleaded be careful in defining the goals of the air raids, and Pena them what are the goals that should not hit, did not listen to us, and the message that we address them today is that our support for them conditional". He adds Murphy, according to the Financial Times report: "There is a proportional correlation between Saudi money and Wahhabi that go to certain areas in the world and the success of those in charge of the recruitment of terrorists in their mission." The authors reported that companies such as General Electric and Dow, warned that the law was passed, in support of the position of Saudi Arabia, while the European Union said that the law "is contrary to the fundamental principles of international law." The adoption of this law, according to the authors, amid growing concern about the high number of victims of the war in Yemen, 18 months after the military campaign led by Saudi Arabia in order to repel the Houthi rebellion, backed by Iran.
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