Providing the secret documents of the September 11 attacks in America


The US Federal Bureau of Investigation released the first classified documents related to the September 11 terrorist attacks to the public.

The document includes studies on a Saudi person who is believed to have helped two of the hijackers.


The confidential 2016 document also details the investigation of a Saudi national believed to have aided two of the 9/11 hijackers.

According to the 16-page document, the suspect is Omar al-Bayoumi, who was a student in Los Angeles at the time.

In the documents, the FBI believed that al-Bayoumi was an intelligence agent for Saudi Arabia, and there is evidence and testimonies regarding this.

Al-Bayoumi is said to have financed two of the 9/11 hijackers with the help of travel and accommodation.

President Joe Biden also signed the presidential decree last week, which provides for the release of classified documents related to the September 11 attacks.


There is no information on when the other documents expected to be published will be announced.