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Where is Prince Bandar “bin Bush”?

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Asia Times Online: By Pepe Escobar

Was Prince Bandar “Bush”, 63, son of Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz (perennial Saudi Defense Minister,1963-2001), semi-perennial ambassador to Washington (1983-2005), and secretive jihad financier, killed by a Syrian intelligence death squad?


Thunderous silence prevails on Syrian, Iranian and Arab media (most of it controlled by the Saudis). The same applies for al-Jazeera. This is DEBKA’s somewhat fanciful take.

Dates are crucial. Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saudmay have pulled off operation “Damascus Volcano” on July 18. He was definitely promoted to head of Saudi intelligence on July 19. And he might have been killed in a bomb attack on the Saudi General Intelligence HQ in

Riyadh on July 22.

One Syrian rumor mill version rules that “Damascus Volcano” came from Saudi intel – with logistics provided by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). This is highly unlikely; the CIA is clueless on how to penetrate Assad’s inner sanctum. The predominant version circulating in the Syrian capital is this was a white coup.

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Posted by on August 6, 2012. Filed under Asia,Behaviour,Hypocrisy,Saudi Arabia. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

2 Responses to Where is Prince Bandar “bin Bush”?

  1. Zubair Khan

    August 7, 2012 at 6:04 am

    It is a repeat post.

  2. Hassan Khan

    August 7, 2012 at 7:51 am

    He was a big spender of free money given to him of countrys loot. He was arrogant big mouth so called prince. He finally met his demise.

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