Trillion Dollar, 75 Mile-Long Skyscraper Could Couse 5 Million People

Saudi Arabia has revealed plans for something even more audacious than the Burj Khalifa, for instance, the tallest building in the world. via unexplained-mysteries Saudi Arabia has unveiled plans for a remarkable construction project far beyond the scale of anything seen before. The Middle-East certainly doesn’t shy away from building things big; the Burj Khalifa, for instance, is the tallest … Continue reading

Real Location of Mount Sinai Hidden by Saudis, Bible Researchers Claim

The biblical Mount Sinai is traditionally placed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, but some researchers say it could be located over a hundred miles eastwards on the Arabian Peninsula across the Gulf of Aqaba. Ryan Mauro, the national security analyst at the non-profit anti-extremist Clarion Project, and the Doubting Thomas Research Foundation have released the results of a two-year joint search … Continue reading

Researchers Reveal Evidence of Moses’ Journey From Egypt to Saudi Arabia

Despite a majority of researchers questioning the accuracy of the Book of Exodus, some believe that Jews’s flight from Egypt did indeed take place – and that new evidence of this is poised to “seriously shift” the frame of discussion. Researchers from the Doubting Thomas Research Foundation (DTRF), which investigates the historicity and evidence of Biblical accounts, say they may … Continue reading

Barbaric Saudi Arabia Continues ‘Bloody Execution Spree’

I’m sure we all recall the massive arms deal (worth BILLIONS) that Trump made while cozying up to the Saudi gov’t in the elaborate celebration party type atmosphere during his visit there. I guess why should they change anything or stop their barbaric ways when they receive this type of support and friendship from the US and US president. Sputniknews … Continue reading

‘This Should Really Concern Us’: Donald Trump Renews US-Saudi Marriage Vows

On May 20, US President Donald Trump and King Salman of Saudi Arabia inked the largest single arms sales deal in United States history, worth a staggering US$350 billion. It marks a continuation of the longstanding and cosy relationship between the two countries, a coupling many consider toxic for both the US and the wider world. The announcement ended Trump’s … Continue reading

Trump Hates Radical Islam, Except When You Can Make Money From It

It’s hard to fully capture the irony — not to mention sheer repulsiveness — of Donald Trump’s decision to make Saudi Arabia the first stop on his inaugural foreign trip as US president. In early 2016, he asked the hosts on Fox & Friends: “Who blew up the World Trade Center? It wasn’t the Iraqis, it was Saudi — take … Continue reading

MERS Coronavirus Returns in Saudi Arabia Hospital; 10 Infected

Ten people have caught the MERS coronavirus after an outbreak in a haemodialysis unit in a hospital in Saudi Arabia, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday, without giving details of how the virus was able to spread within the hospital. The potentially fatal Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is thought to be carried by camels and comes from the … Continue reading

Anomalous Snow Storm: Northern Saudi Arabia Desert Blanketed in White

Snow fell over the northern part of Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, December 20, 2016. You don’t believe me? Look at these pictures and videos captured by residents of different towns in Northern Borders Region, close to Jordan. After Algeria and the Sahara Desert, it is now the northern part of Saudi Arabia that is covered by snow… Another weather anomaly! … Continue reading

India Overtakes Saudi Arabia to Become Fourth-Largest Military Spender

India has surpassed Saudi Arabia and Russia in defense spending, making the nation of 1.25 billion the fourth-largest defense spender in the world. As soon as in 2018, India will become the third-largest military spender, taking the slot now occupied by the UK, if Jane’s 2016 Defense Budget Report pans out correctly. India spent $50.6 billion on its military in … Continue reading

Obama Vetoes Bill That Would Allow 9/11 Victims to Sue Saudi Arabia

President Barack Obama has vetoed the legislation that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia. The bill passed unanimously in both the House and the Senate and was met with widespread public support. Known as “Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act” or JASTA, the bill creates an exemption to the doctrine of sovereign immunity established by a … Continue reading

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