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Political Leaders from the United Arab Emirates Host al-Qaeda's Leaders in Falconry Camps
and, Why the United Arab Emirates Should Not Control U.S. Border-Ports

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February 24, 2006:  Mr. John Gibson and Judge Andrew Napolitano interview U.C.R. about the royal falconry camps where U.S. 'political allies' from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates entertain al-Qaeda's leaders and weapons merchants as VIP guests.

These royal falconry camps are al-Qaeda's 'Board room', where the worlds most wanted criminals receive cars, cash, and weapons that are gifted at the end of month-long hunting forays across Pakistan and ex-Soviet Asia.

Al-Qaeda's Bank:
the Saudi and U.A.E. Royal Falconry Camps

Ronald Motley Esq.  represents the families of individuals killed in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.  Mr. Motley alleges in his U.S. trillion dollar lawsuit against the Saudis, that the current Saudi Ambassador to the United States, HH Prince Turki al-Faisal bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, passed a one billion Saudi Riyal check to Osama bin Laden during one of his Afghanistan falconry hunts.

Richard Clarke and U.A.E. Sheikhs
Save Osama bin Laden's Life:

Richard Clarke 'tipped off' Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed about an upcoming CIA bombing of an Afghanistan falconry hunting camp, hosted by the U.A.E. Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed who was harboring Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri in his camp for one month. 

After saving the lives of Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed and Osama bin Laden, Sheikh Mohammed 'signed the check' to buy eighty F-16 jets from Mr. Clarke. The full details of this relationship between Mr. Clarke and Sheikh Mohammed were never publicly disclosed at the hearings of the '911 Commission'.

Ongoing alliances with terrorists, provision of material support to key al-Qaeda's leaders, and violations of international border controls by U.A.E. sheikhs all caution against inviting the United Arab Emirates to administer control over U.S. border-ports.

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