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TBR News September 15, 2019

Sep 14 2019

The Voice of the White House Washington, D.C. September 15, 2019:

“Working in the White House as a junior staffer is an interesting experience.

When I was younger, I worked as a summer-time job in a clinic for people who had moderate to severe mental problems and the current work closely, at times, echos the earlier one.

I am not an intimate of the President but I have encountered him from time to time and I daily see manifestations of his growing psychological problems.

He insults people, uses foul language, is frantic to see his name mentioned on main-line television and pays absolutely no attention to any advice from his staff that runs counter to his strange ideas.

He lies like a rug to everyone, eats like a hog, makes lewd remarks to female staffers and flies into rages if anyone dares to contradict him.

His latest business is to re-institute a universal draft in America.

He wants to do this to remove tens of thousands of unemployed young Americans from the streets so they won’t come together and fight him.

Commentary for September 15: “It was obvious that the aggressive and control-freaks in Saudi Arabia and their CIA friends would get nailed by their Shi’ite enemies. We learn that the major oil centers in that country have been so damaged that the price of oil will, for certain, skyrocked in the weeks to come. He who sows to the wind will reap the whirlwind for certain!”

 The Table of Contents

  • Attacks on Saudi oil facilities knock out half the kingdom’s supply
  • Air Force leaders order probe of Trump resort stays
  • Congress Probing US Military Stopovers at Trump’s Scotland Golf Resort
  • Shifting Power in Europe
  • Latest Russian spy story looks like another elaborate media deception
  • Judge blocks attempt to remove Charlottesville Confederate statues
  • How the FBI Increased Its Power After 9/11 and Helped Put Trump in Office
  • Deutsche Bank, the Bayrock Group, Donald Trump and Drug Money Laundering
  • Lawmakers aren’t taking the bank’s word that “suspicious“  transactions by Trump were legal.
  • The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations
  • CIA cover addresses
  • Encyclopedia of American Loons
  • Chinese faking of rare US gold and silver coins
  • Appendix

 

Attacks on Saudi oil facilities knock out half the kingdom’s supply

September 13, 2019

by Stephen Kalin, Rania El Gamal and Dmitry Zhdannikov

Reuters

RIYADH/DUBAI/LONDON (Reuters) – Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group said it attacked two plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry on Saturday, knocking out more than half the Kingdom’s output, in a move expected to send oil prices soaring and increase tensions in the Middle East.

The attacks will cut the kingdom’s output by 5.7 million barrels per day (bpd), according to a statement from state-run oil company Saudi Aramco, or more than 5% of global oil supply.

The pre-dawn strikes follow earlier cross-border attacks on Saudi oil installations and on oil tankers in Gulf waters, but these were the most brazen yet, temporarily crippling much of the nation’s production capacity. Saudi Arabia is the world’s biggest exporter, shipping more than 7 million barrels of oil to global destinations every day, and for years has served as the supplier of last resort to markets.

While the Houthis claimed responsibility for the attack, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo put the blame squarely on Iran, writing on Twitter that there was “no evidence the attacks came from Yemen.”

Amid all the calls for de-escalation, Iran has now launched an unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply,” Pompeo said.

Saudi de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told U.S. President Donald Trump by telephone that Riyadh had the will and capability “to confront and deal with this terrorist aggression,” according to Saudi state news agency SPA.

The United States condemned the attacks and Trump told the crown prince that Washington was ready to work with the kingdom to guarantee its security, according to the White House. The U.S. Department of Energy also said it was ready to release oil from its strategic petroleum reserve if necessary. Energy Secretary Rick Perry also said his department would work with the International Energy Agency, which coordinates energy policies of industrialized nations, if global action is needed.

Saudi Arabia, leading a Sunni Muslim coalition that intervened in Yemen in 2015 against the Houthis, has blamed regional rival Shi’ite Iran for previous attacks, which Tehran denies. Riyadh accuses Iran of arming the Houthis, a charge denied by the group and Tehran.

Coalition spokesman Colonel Turki al-Malki said an investigation had been launched into who planned and executed the strikes. He said the Western-backed alliance would counter threats to global energy security and economic stability.

Aramco Chief Executive Amin Nasser said there were no casualties from the attacks.

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said Aramco would have more information within 48 hours, and it will draw down oil in storage to compensate for the loss. Aramco is in the process of planning what is expected to be the world’s largest initial public offering.

HEART OF OIL MARKET

“Abqaiq is perhaps the most critical facility in the world for oil supply,” said Jason Bordoff, who runs the Center On Global Energy Policy at Columbia University and served on the U.S. National Security Council during Barack Obama’s presidency. “The risk of tit-for-tat regional escalation that pushes oil prices even higher has just gone up significantly.”

Abqaiq is 60 km (37 miles) southwest of Aramco’s Dhahran headquarters. The oil processing plant handles crude from the world’s largest conventional oilfield, the supergiant Ghawar, and for export to terminals Ras Tanura – the world’s biggest offshore oil loading facility – and Juaymah. It also pumps westwards across the kingdom to Red Sea export terminals.

Two of the sources said Ghawar was flaring gas after the strikes disrupted gas processing facilities. Khurais, 190 km (118 miles) further southwest, contains the country’s second largest oilfield.

“These attacks against critical infrastructure endanger civilians, are unacceptable, and sooner or later will result in innocent lives being lost,” the embassy quoted Ambassador John Abizaid as saying in a Twitter post.

Andrew Murrison, a British foreign affairs minister, called on the Houthis to stop threatening civilian areas and Saudi commercial infrastructure.

It was the latest in a series of Houthi missile and drone strikes on Saudi cities that had largely been intercepted, but have recently hit targets, including Shaybah oilfield last month and oil pumping stations in May. Both those attacks caused fires but did not disrupt production.

“This is a relatively new situation for the Saudis. For the longest time they have never had any real fears that their oil facilities would be struck from the air,” Kamran Bokhari, founding director of the Washington-based Center for Global Policy, told Reuters.

Aramco’s CEO said in a statement that the situation had been brought under control. A Reuters witness said the fire in Abqaiq appeared to have been extinguished by early evening.

ESCALATING TENSIONS

Regional tensions have escalated after Washington quit an international nuclear deal and extended sanctions on Iran.

The violence is complicating U.N.-led peace efforts to end the Yemen war which has killed tens of thousands and pushed millions to the brink of famine. The conflict is widely seen as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

The coalition intervened in Yemen after the internationally recognized government was ousted from power in Sanaa by the Houthis, who say they are fighting a corrupt system.

The coalition launched air strikes on Yemen’s northern Saada province, a Houthi stronghold, on Saturday, a Reuters witness said. Houthi-run al Masirah TV said a military camp was struck.

The Houthis’ military spokesman, without providing evidence, said drones hit refineries at both Saudi sites, which are more than 1,000 km (621 miles) from the Yemeni capital Sanaa, and pledged a widening of assaults against Saudi Arabia.

Reporting by Stephen Kalin and Rania El Gamal; Additional reporting by Dmitry Zhdannikov in London, Ahmed Tolba in Cairo, Tuqa Khalid and Parisa Hafezi in Dubai, David Gaffen in New York, Tim Gardner in Washington, David Milliken in London and Reuters team in Yemen; Editing by Daniel Wallis and Marguerita Choy

Note: See Appendix for a listing of top Saudi military and oil industry and foreign intelligence personnel

Air Force leaders order probe of Trump resort stays

Stopovers at Scotland airport have tripled since 2015 and overnight stays in the area are up five-fold.

September 13, 2019

by Brian Bender and Natasha Bertrand

Politico

The U.S. Air Force has ordered a world-wide review of how it chooses overnight accommodations on long flights following revelations that air crews had occasionally stayed at President Donald Trump’s Scotland resort while refueling at a small commercial airport nearby.

The review comes as additional instances of military personnel staying at Trump properties have been uncovered. The C-17 crew’s overnight stay at Trump’s Turnberry resort in Scotland earlier this year, first reported by POLITICO on Friday, was not an isolated incident.

In September 2018, on its way back to the U.S. from Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar, a unit of the Maine Air National Guard landed at Prestwick Airport, the airport closest to Trump’s luxury waterfront resort. The crew and their passengers then spent the night at his hotel, according to one person who was present, an Instagram post and a voucher detailing the crew’s itinerary reviewed by POLITICO.

The Air Force did not immediately respond to questions about that September stay, but Air Force Brig. Gen. Ed Thomas, the chief spokesman, told POLITICO in a statement that “initial reviews indicate that aircrew transiting through Scotland adhered to all guidance and procedures.”

He acknowledged, however, that U.S. service members “lodging at higher-end accommodations, even if within government rates, might be allowable but not advisable. Therefore, we are reviewing all associated guidance.”

He added: “Even when USAF aircrews follow all directives and guidance, we must still be considerate of perceptions of not being good stewards of taxpayer funds that might be created through the appearance of aircrew staying at such locations.”

In a separate interview on Sunday, the deputy commander of the Air Mobility Command, which oversees all Air Force transportation worldwide, said the review is intended to make sure that personnel are following all the rules but also whether staying at the commander-in-chief’s property is appropriate.

“What the chief is getting at is just because you can, we should also be asking ourselves the question about should,” said Lt. Gen. Jon Thomas. “And the question there is, as our crews are following all guidance and directives we also have to be sensitive to the possible perceptions that might be created on where they may stay.”

The review, ordered by Acting Air Force Secretary Matthew Donovan and Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein, covers the active-duty, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve.

POLITICO on Friday first reported that the House Government Oversight and Reform Committee launched a probe of the Scotland operations in April out of concern that the use by the military of the Trump property and the nearby airport could pose a conflict of interest for the president — and to determine whether the Pentagon is helping to boost the fortunes of the struggling Trump’s Scottish golf resort.

That includes a stopover in March of this year in which a seven-person crew of a C-17 cargo plane from the Alaska Air National Guard en route to Kuwait stayed at the plush resort. At least one member of the crew was frustrated that the food and drink was over his government allowance, even though the Air Force has said the nightly rate was less expensive than other potential options closer to the airport.

Accusations that Trump’s properties are unfairly profiting off of his administration have dogged the president since entering office. Ethics officials and lawmakers have raised concerns about foreign officials staying at Trump hotels, and noted that Trump supporters and industry groups regularly throw bashes at Trump-owned locations. Trump is also considering hosting next year’s Group of Seven gathering of world leaders at his Doral resort in Florida, a potential financial boon for the property, and has previously stayed at the Turnberry property.

The Air Force on Sunday insisted, however, that the use of the Prestwick airport — which it said dates back to 2015 — along with the Trump hotel appears to have adhered to proper procedures.

“The availability of civil airfields like Prestwick is essential to ensuring that USAF aircraft can sustain the necessary speed and throughput required to accomplish our mission,” the service said in a fact sheet. They added that Prestwick “has a large parking area, is open 24/7/365, and has been contracted by DOD for fuel at standardized prices.”

The Air Force also said the the decision to stay at the Trump resort would have been the result of “a multitude of factors,” including the lack of suitable lodging closer to the civil airport or at a nearby military base. It did not provide evidence that nearby hotels were cheaper or unavailable at the time of the crews’ stays, however.

The Air Force’s use of the Prestwick airport has also steadily grown. Indeed, the use of the facility has nearly tripled — and overnights in the area increased more than five-fold, the Air Force acknowledged Sunday.

From 2015 to 2019, they said, Air Mobility Command aircraft stopped at the civil airport 936 times. Of those, crews stayed overnight in the area 659 times.

The frequency of the stops and overnight stays has increased steadily each year, from 95 stops and 40 overnights in 2015; 145 and 75 in 2016; 180 and 116 in 2017; 257 and 208 in 2018; and 259 stops and 220 overnights through August 2019.

Lt. Gen. Jon Thomas, the deputy head of Air Mobility Command, said he could not report how many of these overnights may have been at Trump Turnberry.

Officials insist there has been no evidence uncovered of wrongdoing. Nevertheless, the implication that the military is enriching the president is damaging and the service appears eager to quickly assess whether the practice should continue.

Congress Probing US Military Stopovers at Trump’s Scotland Golf Resort

September 7, 2019

by Bill Sanderson

New York Daily News

Congressional investigators fear American military forces are charging ahead to save President Trump’s troubled Scotland golf resort.

When a C-17 supply plane heading back to the U.S. from Kuwait last spring stopped for fuel near Glasgow, Scotland, its five-person crew stayed at the Trump Turnberry resort 20 miles from the airport, said a report Friday night in Politico.

The Alaska-based crew was surprised at the posh seaside digs. One crew member texted “someone close to him” a picture of the pricey resort and noted that the crew’s per diem allowance wasn’t enough to cover the food and drink tab.

Usually C-17 crews refuel at U.S. bases like Ramstein Air Base in Germany, or the U.S. Naval Air Station in Rota, Spain. Fuel is cheaper at the bases than at Glasgow Prestwick Airport, where the Alaskan crew stopped, Politico noted.

If they need to stay off-base, the Pentagon puts up crews at inexpensive hotels picked by midlevel officers — none as ritzy as Trump’s resort. “Master sergeants are cheap,” an Air Force official told Politico.

Congressional investigators are looking into the C-17 stopover and other Defense Department expenses that might be helping Trump’s Scotland resort.

The expenditures might violate a clause in the Constitution barring Trump from receiving “any other Emolument from the United States [government]” other than his salary.

House Oversight Committee leaders in June asked the Pentagon for records of its spending at Trump’s Turnberry resort and at the financially troubled Glasgow Prestwick Airport, which the committee noted “has been viewed as integral to the golf course’s financial success.”

The airport may be another front in the military’s push to help its commander-in-chief’s business interest.

Since October 2017, the Defense Department “has entered into 629 separate purchase orders for fuel totaling $11 million,” the House Oversight Committee says.

The investigators’ interest was piqued by a February report in the U.K.’s Guardian newspaper that said airport executives were making business deals aimed at stemming Turnberry’s losses.

The year Trump took office, the Turnberry resort lost money. But last year, revenue was up $3 million — apparently helped by a boost in military business, Politico said.

“The Air Force takes this very seriously,” Thomas told POLITICO. “The trust and confidence of the American people and Congress is critically important

Shifting Power in Europe

What does Germany’s general political distancing from the US and rapprochement with Russia mean for NATO—and, therefore, for US defence?

Here are some defence data, found on the internet.

  • Russian forces: 1,013,000 men; 2,572,000 in reserve
  • US forces: 1,358,000 men; 811,000 in reserve; 200,000 of the active forces are in Europe. Following the annexation of Crimea, the US sent an additional 200,000 men
  • Total NATO forces: 1,931,000 men, of which 176,000 are German and 355,000 Turkish.

The size of the Baltic states’ defence forces is as follows: Estonia 6,600; Latvia 5,300; Lithuania 18,300.

German and Turkish contribution to NATO are specifically mentioned because political developments in both countries have started to undermine NATO’s defence capabilities; for example, Germany’s recent decision to reduce defence expenditure allocated to NATO in a couple of years’ time. This has never reached the 2% of GDP target established in NATO agreements. Reduced expenditure is not linked to economic hardship as the country’s budget has had a surplus for the past five years; in 2018 the surplus was 11.2 billion euros. This seemed a signal to Russia that Germany has taken the course of not following the US lead. The pro-Russian and anti-American attitudes spreading among voters support the government’s decision to reduce NATO’s defence capabilities.

Turkey decided to buy an S-400 missile defence system from Russia, which will enable the Russians to observe the defence and aiming techniques of US fighter aircraft, as these planes are the main weapons of the Turkish air force and are constantly in the air. This decision has strained US-Turkish relations.

On July 13 the Wall Street Journal reported that the Russian missile defence system had arrived.15 A few days later the US announced that it would cancel the sale of new aircraft to Turkey. Now it seems that either Turkey will leave NATO of its own volition or it will be expelled. The impact of this policy on NATO is clearly shown by the military force comparison above. If NATO continues to exist and Turkey and Germany do not take part in some of its defence operations, the Alliance’s defensive capability will decrease by 27%.

At the annual Munich Security Conference in February 2019 US vice president Mike Pence stressed the need for all NATO members to increase their defence spending to 2% of GDP and condemned Nord Stream 2, which would make NATO countries directly dependent on Russia. Angela Merkel, by contrast, stressed the importance of multilateralism and Europe’s aspiration to find economic and political solutions.

Merkel has been a strong advocate for NATO so far, but it is unclear if this can continue given the change in people’s attitudes towards it.

In April, NATO celebrated its 70th anniversary. For that occasion, a draft report by the NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Political Committee was presented for discussion and finalising. The report summarised NATO’s contribution to the security and stability of the Transatlantic region. Two new external threats were highlighted―international terrorist groups, and a resurgent and assertive Russia―as well as internal challenges.

To combat international terrorism NATO acted under the auspices of the UN under the name International Security Assistance Force. Due to the Russian annexation of the Crimea and attack on Ukraine, NATO had to restore the principle of territorial protection. To achieve this, the regular NATO Response Force was improved and the Very High Readiness Joint Taskforce (VJTF) created. The VJTF includes 19 of the 29 NATO member states. This group now protects the Baltic airspace on a rotational basis.

In addition to external threats, beliefs in the societies of NATO member states have begun to change, which undermines the fundamental pillars of those countries―personal freedom, implementing democracy, protecting human rights and following legal norms. The main indicators of change in society are the populism and illiberalism that have emerged in many countries in recent years.

It appears that Steinmeier’s justification 13 years ago for rapprochement—that close relations and economic ties help to democratise Russia and turn it into a normal country—has failed, as did Willy Brandt’s Ostpolitik. The Soviet Union took advantage of the latter by intervening in Angola’s civil war (by buying off Cuban mercenaries) and occupying Afghanistan. As of today, Russia hasn’t become more liberal and democratic as Steinmeier hoped. Instead of becoming a normal country, the number of state-owned enterprises in Russia has grown and there have been more and more restrictions on human rights. According to the Freedom House report “Freedom in the World 2018”, Russia is considered “not free”, gaining a score of only 20 out of a hundred. For comparison, Finland scored 100, the UK 94, Estonia 94, Lithuania 91, Latvia 87, the US 86 and Poland 85; Ukraine scored 62 (“partly free”) and Belarus 21 (“not free”).

In terms of foreign policy Russia has managed to position itself well in many parts of the world, such as Syria and Venezuela. It also sells around the world weapons built using German technology. German industrialists are, however, tied to Russia by large investments, bank loans and the need for oil, and cannot publicly protest against Putin’s violations of human rights and other restrictions. This mutual dependence could cause great harm to the German economy, as a dictator has the power to turn off the economic taps. The Soviet Union did this with Finland, keeping it neutral in the political battle between East and West.

After World War I the Soviet Union started to develop its military potential with the help of German industry. Putin is doing the same today. The results can clearly be seen. The USSR made a grave mistake when sending its forces into Afghanistan. But Putin has avoided making the Soviet Union’s mistakes. Instead he has taken over areas in several countries with a large Russian population that he considers his; Georgia lost two provinces and Ukraine lost Crimea and the Donbas region. Pressure from Western countries, particularly from the German chancellor Angela Merkel, led to the Minsk agreements, but even that hasn’t managed to bring the war to an end and save Ukraine’s integrity. Georgia and Ukraine were not members of NATO and due to Germany’s opposition never even became candidate members.

What happens if Putin decides to expand his power in the Baltics, conquering areas where there is a large Russian population? Can we be sure that NATO’s Article 5, which is meant to protect, will be invoked if necessary, given the changing beliefs in current NATO countries highlighted as an internal challenge in the Alliance’s 70th-anniversary report?

 

Latest Russian spy story looks like another elaborate media deception

by Alexei Yurchak

The tale of Oleg Smolenkov is just the latest load of high-level BS dumped on us by intelligence agencies

When I was 20, I studied at the Leningrad Polytechnical Institute, in the waning days of the Soviet empire. Most of the Russians I met were amusingly free of stress caused by following news. Why would they bother? Bull-factories like Rossiskaya Gazeta and Leningradsaya Pravda were basically collections of dreary government news releases rewritten to sound like news reports.

I saw newspapers in Leningrad shredded into slivers of toilet paper, used in place of curtains in dorm rooms, even stuffed into overcoat linings as insulation. But I can’t recall a Russian person actually reading a Soviet newspaper for the content. That’s how useless its “news” was.

We’re headed to a similar place. The cable networks, along with the New York Times and Washington Post increasingly act like house organs of the government, and in particular the intelligence agencies.

An episode this week involving a tale of a would-be American spy “exfiltrated” from Russia solidifies this impression. Seldom has a news story been more transparently fraudulent.

The story was broken by CNN Monday, September 9th, under the headline, “Exclusive: US extracted top spy from inside Russia in 2017”:

In a previously undisclosed secret mission in 2017, the United States successfully extracted from Russia one of its highest-level covert sources inside the Russian government, multiple Trump administration officials with direct knowledge told CNN.

CNN’s lede relayed multiple key pieces of information, not one of which was really emphasized in the main of its unconfirmable story:

  • America not only had a spy inside Russia’s government, it had multiple spies, with the subject of this particular piece being merely one of America’s “highest level” sources
  • The “extraction” was completed “successfully”
  • The sources are “multiple Trump administration officials”

The story told us our spy agencies successfully penetrated Russian government at the highest levels (although apparently not well enough to foresee or forestall the election interference campaign the same agencies spent the last three years howling about).

We were also told the agencies saved an invaluable human source back in 2017, and that the story came from inside the Trump administration. But the big sell came in the second and third paragraphs (emphasis mine):

The decision to carry out the extraction occurred soon after a May 2017 meeting in the Oval Office in which Trump discussed highly classified intelligence with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and then-Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak. The intelligence, concerning ISIS in Syria, had been provided by Israel.

The disclosure to the Russians by the President, though not about the Russian spy specifically, prompted intelligence officials to renew earlier discussions about the potential risk of exposure…

So great was this spy of ours, we were told, that he had “access to Putin” and “could even provide images of documents on the Russian leader’s desk.” This was “according to CNN’s sources,” an interesting attribution given passages like this:

The source was considered the highest-level source for the US inside the Kremlin, high up in the national security infrastructure, according to the source familiar with the matter and a former senior intelligence official.

It’s a characteristic of third world countries to have the intelligence world and the media be intertwined enough that it’s not always clear whether the reporters and the reported-about are the same people. When you turn on the TV in Banana Republics, you’re never sure which group is talking to you.

We’re now in that same paradigm in America. CNN has hired nearly a dozen former intelligence or counterintelligence officials as analysts in the last few years. Their big get was former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, but they also now have former deputy FBI chief Andrew McCabe, former FBI counsel James Baker, and multiple former CIA, NSA, and NSC officials.

Meanwhile, former CIA director John Brennan has an MSNBC/NBC gig, as does former CIA and DOD chief of staff Jeremy Bash, and several other ex-spooks. The Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos, who doubles as the CEO of one of America’s largest intelligence contractors.

This odious situation is similar to 2003-2004, when cable networks were tossing contributor deals to every ex-general and ex-spook they could find while they were reporting on the Iraq invasion. At one point, FAIR.org found that 52 percent of the sources in network newscasts were current or former government officials.

The numbers now aren’t quite that skewed, but CNN and MSNBC both employ former senior intelligence officials who comment upon stories in which they had direct involvement, especially the Russia investigation.

The CNN piece about the exfiltrated spy quotes a “former senior intelligence official,” a ubiquitous character that has become modern America’s version of the Guy Fawkes mask. I asked the network what their position was on whether or not they felt obligated to make a disclosure when (or if) a source was one of their own employees. They haven’t responded.

Within hours after the CNN report broke, the New York Times had a triple-bylined piece out entitled, “C.I.A. Informant Extracted From Russia Had Sent Secrets to U.S. for Decades.” Written by three of their top national security writers, Adam Goldman, Julian Barnes and David Sanger, the story repeated the CNN information, but with a crucial difference:

C.I.A. officials worried about safety made the arduous decision in late 2016 to offer to extract the source from Russia. The situation grew more tense when the informant at first refused, citing family concerns…

CNN reported (and continues to report) that the “decision” to remove the spy came “soon after a May 2017 meeting.” The Times, based on interviews with its own batch of “current and former officials,” insisted the “arduous decision” came in “late 2016.” The Times noted the source “at first refused” to be extracted, explaining the delay in his removal.

How to understand all of this? A Washington Post story by Shane Harris and Ellen Nakashima released at 6:06 the next morning, “U.S. got key asset out of Russia following election hacking,” came up with the final formula. To see the complex, absurd rhetorical construction in full, one unfortunately has to quote at length:

In 2017, the United States extracted from Russia an important CIA source…

The exfiltration took place sometime after an Oval Office meeting in May 2017, when President Trump revealed highly classified counterterrorism information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador…

That disclosure alarmed U.S. national security officials, but it was not the reason for the decision to remove the CIA asset, who had provided information to the United States for more than a decade, according to the current and former officials.

The old Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup commercials used the tagline, “You got your chocolate in my peanut butter.” This Post story is, “You got your 2016 decision in my 2017 exfiltration!”

The paper brazenly fuses two unconnected narratives, telling us that a spy who had provided valuable information in 2016 was extracted in early 2017, after the Trump-Lavrov meeting. While that sequence may be chronologically correct, the story’s own authors say the Trump-Lavrov meeting was “not the reason” for the exfiltration. So why mention it? Moreover, who was this person, and what was the real reason his removal from Russia was necessary?

On Tuesday, September 10th, the Russian newspaper Kommersant* disclosed the name of the spy. They identified him as a mid-level Foreign Ministry official named Oleg Smolenkov.

Was Smolenkov a “very valuable agent”? Maybe, but Kommersant – amusingly, playing the same role as transparent mouthpiece for security organs – said no. They quoted a Russian foreign ministry official saying, “Let the CIA prove this.” As to Trump disclosing secrets to Lavrov in that meeting, the official told the Russian paper, “CNN never before thought up such nonsense,” adding that it was “pure paranoia.”

Kommersant further related that Russians instituted a murder case over the disappearance of Smolenkov and his family in 2017.

Disappear, however, Smolenkov did not. He went from Russia to Montenegro in 2017, then ended up in Virginia, where he and his family bought a house in Stafford, Virginia in January of 2019, in his own name! This is the same person about whom the Times this past Monday wrote:

The person’s life remains in danger, current and former officials said, pointing to Moscow’s attempts last year to assassinate Sergei V. Skripal, a former Russian intelligence official who moved to Britain as part of a high-profile spy exchange in 2010…

Smolenkov was so afraid for his safety, he put his family in a house the FSB could see by clicking on Realtor.com! That’s “tradecraft” for you.

To recap: U.S. officials decided to exfiltrate a spy capable of transmitting pictures from Vladimir Putin’s desk (why are we telling audiences this, by the way?) because… why? Although all three of the initial major American news stories about this referenced Trump’s May 2017 meeting with Sergei Lavrov, the actual reason was buried in the text of all three pieces:

In the Times:

But former intelligence officials said there was no public evidence that Mr. Trump directly endangered the source, and other current American officials insisted that media scrutiny of the agency’s sources alone was the impetus for the extraction.

The Post:

In January 2017, the Obama administration published a detailed assessment that unambiguously laid the blame on the Kremlin…

“It’s quite likely,” the official continued, “that the U.S. intelligence community would already be taking a hard look at extracting any U.S. assets who would have been subject to increased levels of scrutiny” after the assessment’s publication.

CNN:

A US official said before the secret operation there was media speculation about the existence of such a covert source, and such coverage or public speculation poses risks to the safety of anyone a foreign government suspects may be involved. This official did not identify any public reporting to that effect at the time of this decision and CNN could not find any related reference in media reports.

That last passage by CNN, in which the network claimed it could not find “any related reference” to a secret source in media reports, is laughable.

Unnamed “senior intelligence officials” spent much of the early months of the Trump administration bragging their faces off about their supposed penetration of the Kremlin. Many of their leaks were designed to throw shade on the new pompadour-in-chief, casting him as a Putin puppet. A January 5, 2017 piece in the Washington Post is a classic example:

Senior officials in the Russian government celebrated Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton as a geopolitical win for Moscow, according to U.S. officials who said that American intelligence agencies intercepted communications in the aftermath of the election in which Russian officials congratulated themselves on the outcome.

We’re constantly told the intelligence agencies can’t reveal classified details out of fear of disclosing “sources and methods,” but this story revealed a very specific capability. If that “Russians celebrating Trump’s win” tale came from a person, it wouldn’t be long before the source’s head would be found in Park Sokolniki.

A more revealing Washington Post piece came in June, 2017. It was called “Obama’s Secret Struggle to Punish Russia for Putin’s Election Assault.” In that article, we’re told at length about how Brennan secured a “feat of espionage,” obtaining sourcing “deep within the Russian government” that provided him, Brennan, with insights into Russian’s electoral interference campaign.

Brennan, the Post said, considered the source’s intel so valuable that he reportedly hand-delivered its “eyes only” bombshell contents directly to Barack Obama in summer of 2016. This was before the story was told to the whole world less than a year later.

In that Post article, it was revealed that the October 2016 assessment of Russia’s role in an electoral interference campaign initially was directly tied to Putin, but Putin’s name was removed because it might “endanger intelligence sources and methods.”

Taken in sum, all of these facts suggest it wasn’t at all Donald Trump’s meeting with Sergei Lavrov that necessitated the “exfiltration.

(Side note: many of these spy stories are larded with Tom Clancy-style verbiage to make the reader feel sexier and more in the know. The CNN story, for instance, ludicrously told us that a covert source was also “known as an asset.” Derp – thanks!).

What is this all really about? We have an idea only because Brennan and Clapper aren’t the only ex-spooks pipelining info to friendlies in the media.

As noted by former CIA analyst Ray McGovern and others, Attorney General William Barr earlier this year directed the Justice Department and former Connecticut Attorney General John Durham to investigate the intelligence agencies. In June, the New York Times wrote:

Mr. Barr has been interested in how the C.I.A. drew its conclusions about Russia’s election sabotage, particularly the judgment that Mr. Putin ordered that operatives help Mr. Trump by discrediting his opponent, Hillary Clinton, according to current and former American officials.

The Times quoted former CIA officials who expressed “anxiety” about this inquiry:

While the Justice Department review is not a criminal inquiry, it has provoked anxiety in the ranks of the C.I.A., according to former officials. Senior agency officials have questioned why the C.I.A.’s analytical work should be subjected to a federal prosecutor’s scrutiny.

We know, because it was bragged about at length in hagiographic portrayals in papers like the Washington Post, that John Brennan was the source of the conclusion that Putin directed the interference. We were even told that the determination of Putin’s involvement was too dangerous to publish in late 2016, because it would compromise Brennan’s magical Kremlin mole.

Now, suddenly, we’re treated to a series of stories that try to assert that the mole was removed either completely or in part because of Trump.

Maybe there’s an element of truth there. But it’s astonishing that none of the major news outlets bothered, even as an insincere gesture to convention, to address this story’s obvious counter-narrative.

If the mole was even that important, which I’m not convinced of – as McGovern told me this week, “They make stuff up all the time” – it seems more than possible we lost this “asset” because our intelligence chiefs felt it necessary to spend late 2016 and early 2017 spilling details about our capabilities in the news media.

This story wasn’t leaked to tell the public an important story about a lost source in the Kremlin, but more likely as damage control, to work the refs as investigators examine the origins of the election interference tale.

In 2017-2018, the likes of Brennan and Clapper were regularly feeding bombshell news stories to major papers and TV stations, usually as unnamed sources. The ostensible subject of these tales was usually Russian interference or collusion, but the subtext was a squalid power struggle between the enforcement bureaucracy and its loathed new executive, Trump.

After this “exfiltration story” broke, Esquire columnist Charlie Pierce, a colleague with whom I’ve sadly disagreed about this Russia business, wrote a poignant piece called “The Spies Are Acting as a Check on Our Elected Leaders. This Is Neither Healthy Nor Sustainable.”

In it, Charlie said something out loud that few have been willing to say out loud:

My guess is that the leak of this remarkable story came from somewhere in the bowels of the intelligence community…

The intelligence community is engaged in a cold war of information against the elected political leadership of the country, and a lot of us are finding ourselves on its side. This is neither healthy nor sustainable.

I personally don’t see myself as being on either side of this Cold War, but his point is true. He’s thinking about the country, but there’s the more immediate question of our business. A situation where the newspapers and airwaves are not for relaying facts but for firing sorties in an internecine power struggle really is unsustainable.

It won’t be long before audiences realize they’re not reading true news stories but what the Russians call versii, or “versions.” Whether it’s the pro-Trump wasteland of Fox or the Brennan-Clapper government-in-exile we see on MSNBC and CNN and in the Washington Post, the news has become two different nations, both intensely self-interested, neither honest. If this continues, it won’t be long before we’re filling overcoats and bird cages with things we used to read.

Judge blocks attempt to remove Charlottesville Confederate statues

  • Statues of Robert E Lee and Stonewall Jackson will stay
  • Lee statue was at heart of deadly far-right violence in 2017

September 14, 2019

Associated Press in Charlottesville, Virginia

Efforts to remove the statue of Robert E Lee which was at the centre of deadly far-right violence in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017 have been blocked in court.

The Daily Progress reported that a three-day civil trial that ended on Friday included a ruling preventing the removal of statues of Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, both Confederate generals in the American civil war of 1861-65.

In August 2017, the planned removal by the city of the Lee statue prompted a white nationalist rally and counter-protests in which a counter-protester, Heather Heyer, was killed.

The statues were covered after the death of Heyer. Judge Richard Moore ordered the covers removed last year.

Charlottesville residents sued the city government over the attempt to remove the statues, citing a state law that protects war memorials, months before the “Unite the Right” rally of August 2017.

The city said that law violated the US constitution because the statues send a racist message.

Judge Moore ruled on Wednesday that the law’s intent was historic preservation, not discrimination.

“I don’t think I can infer that a historical preservation statute was intended to be racist,” he said. “Certainly, [racism] was on their minds, but we should not judge the current law by that intent.”

The judge issued a permanent injunction preventing the removal.

He also said he would award the plaintiff’s attorneys’ fees but would weigh arguments before determining the amount.

 

How the FBI Increased Its Power after 9/11 and Helped Put Trump in Office

September 14, 2019

by Ryan Devereaux

The Intercept

Mike German, a former FBI special agent, had four years on the job when he took an assignment that would change his life forever. It was 1992. A jury in Simi Valley, California, had just acquitted a group of mostly white Los Angeles police officers for the videotaped beating of a black construction worker named Rodney King. Decades of pent-up anger directed at one of the nation’s most notoriously racist police departments spilled out on city streets in a six-day convulsion that left more than 60 people dead. Amid the unrest, white supremacists in southern California saw an opportunity, believing that the riots could be used as cover to launch a race war.

The FBI’s Los Angeles office got wind of the plans, and when his supervisor floated the idea of infiltrating the groups, German, who was in his late 20s at the time, enthusiastically volunteered. For more than a year, German lived undercover, embedded in a network of neo-Nazi skinheads plotting the bombing of a popular African-American church and the assassination of prominent Jewish and black figures, including King himself.

German’s investigation led to multiple prosecutions on federal weapons and bomb-making charges and marked the beginning of a series of undercover operations inside the world of far-right American extremists that spanned more than 12 years. It was a critical time for the FBI, with the trifecta of Ruby Ridge in 1992, Waco in 1993, and Oklahoma City in 1995 having called into serious question the bureau’s domestic counterterrorism tactics and the blowback they had incurred. By the time the new century rolled around, it seemed that the FBI was on track for critical reforms.

A bright, clear morning in September 2001 changed that.

German was assigned to the FBI’s Atlanta office when the planes hit the Twin Towers. Three years later, he was a civilian, having resigned from the FBI after he blew the whistle on a terror investigation gone wrong and became the target of an internal retaliation campaign. In the decade and half since, he has emerged as a critical voice in the post-9/11 era, challenging the war on terror at home and abroad.

As a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice, German has been a go-to source for journalists (The Intercept included) on the civil liberties beat, consistently providing nuanced analysis on matters of law enforcement and justice, often as they pertain to his old employer. In his new book, “Disrupt, Discredit, and Divide: How the New FBI Damages Democracy,” German brings his insights to a wider audience, telling the story of how FBI leadership capitalized on the September 11 attacks, escaping a much-needed internal reckoning to become the most powerful and secretive domestic intelligence agency the country has ever known.

In an interview with The Intercept, German explained that the idea for the project began taking shape years ago, as he grew increasingly concerned about the media’s coverage of the FBI. “It was very sporadic,” German told me. “An abuse here, an abuse there.” Nobody seemed to be digging into the structural problems in the FBI. If they did, German explained, they would see that these seemingly one-off events were indicative of patterns linked to the bureau’s institutional history, its self-perception and attitude following September 11, and the demographic composition of its workforce.

While his personal experiences are deployed as needed, the real story in “Disrupt, Discredit, and Divide” is German’s methodical and damning account of a powerful American institution chronically failing to live up to its mission. The book comes at a critical moment. Driven by a series of high-profile attacks and the president’s ties to white nationalism, the FBI’s relationship to German’s old beat — domestic counterterrorism investigations involving white supremacists — has returned to the media spotlight. At the same time, former FBI directors Robert Mueller and James Comey, who ran the FBI during its troubled post-9/11 years, have ascended to near god-like status in some liberal corners for their respective roles in the Russia investigation affair.

“We live at an interesting time where there’s such polarization over every issue but particularly over the FBI and what role it plays in our society, where liberals who previously had been skeptical of the FBI now are sort of champions of the FBI, and conservatives who were full supporters of empowering law enforcement are now skeptical,” German said. “I’m hopeful that a more nuanced view that isn’t influenced by the politics of either side, but is rather just presenting facts on how this agency actually works, and the problems that are created as a result, will be helpful to a larger effort to conduct a comprehensive examination of where we are almost 20 years after 9/11.”

Targeting Political Dissent

As an army brat who came of age during the Vietnam War, German writes that he “had no illusion that the government always did the right thing, or did it well.” Still, from the time he was a kid, an FBI agent was all he ever wanted to be. German was moved by President Theodore Roosevelt’s original 1909 vision of a Department of Justice investigative agency established to “secure the conviction of the wealthiest and most formidable criminals” in the country, especially those protected by “wide political and social influence.” He writes: “The idea of using the law to protect the most vulnerable in society is what drew me to the FBI.”

At its heart, German’s book is about the FBI’s failure to reflect those principles.

He documents how in the wake of 9/11, FBI leadership embraced a discredited theory of radicalization that had the convenient side effect of ignoring the bureau’s own shortcomings in the run-up to the attacks, while simultaneously laying the groundwork for demands for expanded powers and authorities. The FBI also turned on its own, particularly in cases when agents raised concerns about the legality of operations or failed to match up with the bureau’s overwhelmingly white male demographics. In case after case, German offers examples of the FBI zeroing on agents, particularly Muslim agents and those of Asian descent, as potential threats and would-be turncoats, railroading promising careers without a whiff of evidence.

German chronicles the FBI’s shift from a law enforcement agency concerned with criminal investigations, to an intelligence agency primarily concerned with counterterrorism. He focuses heavily on the bureau’s impact in Muslim communities, where civil society groups were targeted as supporters of terrorism, precarious immigration status became a tool to push people into becoming informants, and agents used their expanded authorities to open “assessments” on individuals in the absence of suspected crimes. It was during this same period, German observes, that the FBI began accepting and integrating the discredited theories of an “Islamophobia network” in its official training materials, sending a message to bigots across the country that anti-Muslim hatred was a government-condoned philosophy.

While the September 11 attacks brought new powers, the FBI of the last two decades has also carried on its longstanding tradition of targeting leftists, anarchists, and environmental activists, German writes. So-called eco-terrorism, he points out, was for much of that time the FBI’s No. 1 domestic terrorism priority, despite the fact that the movement has never claimed a life. For German, that contradiction is precisely the point of the book. While the FBI has devoted enormous time, energy, and resources to filling unconstitutional watchlists with Muslim names and directing its agents to focus on bogus national security threats such as “black identity extremists,” important crimes that the bureau is supposed to enforce have fallen by the wayside.

War without end, the impotence of Congress, and the financial collapse have all contributed to Americans’ plummeting faith in the government, German notes, but the FBI’s post-9/11 evolution also deserves a place on that list. “I believe the FBI contributed to this breakdown of public trust in government institutions, not just by who it chose to target for disruption but, just as important, who it didn’t,” he writes.

Take the torture program. German writes that experienced FBI interrogators, who understood that torture produces unreliable information in addition to being illegal, were well-positioned to take the investigative lead following 9/11. Instead, the FBI took a back seat to the CIA, even as it became clear — at times through concerns raised by its own agents in the field — that the intelligence agency was breaking the law. But it’s not just the classified programs devised behind closed doors in Washington, D.C. The FBI has a mandate to enforce civil rights violations by police officers. According to German, if data on police killings and violence disproportionately impacting people of color says anything, it’s that the FBI could keep itself quite busy investigating police abuses — if that’s what FBI leadership wanted to do.

Instead, recent history has shown the FBI targeting Black Lives Matter and partnering with a private intelligence company that infiltrated the Standing Rock protests. In the case of Standing Rock specifically, German notes, it’s worth remembering that it’s also part of the FBI’s mandate to prosecute crimes against Native Americans on reservations — there, too, the bureau has fallen short. “Though too often ignored as crime victims,” German writes, “Native Americans draw unwarranted law enforcement attention when they protest government policies that negatively impact their communities.”

From Pine Ridge to Wall Street, the FBI’s prioritization problems run deep, German argues. In 2004, he writes, FBI headquarters received repeated warnings that mortgage fraud was an “epidemic” with the potential to trigger an economic crisis. As FBI director, Mueller had transferred hundreds of white-collar crimes investigators to counterterrorism. “Congress denied the FBI’s requests for more agents,” German writes, meanwhile, “Mueller refused to reprioritize his national security assets.” Even when there was evidence that financial institutions were engaged in actual criminal activity, German writes, executives didn’t go to prison.

“Like J. Edgar Hoover’s bureau,” he argues, “The new FBI saw protecting the establishment as its mission and disrupting the political mobilization of dissident and disenfranchised communities as its most potent weapon.”

The Rise of the Right

In 2016, German witnessed something disturbing. A Ku Klux Klan rally in Anaheim, California, was interrupted by a group of anti-racist protesters. Three protesters were stabbed by a Klansman. Initially, five Klansmen were arrested, though the police later released them, taking the position that they had acted in self-defense. Meanwhile, seven of the protesters were charged with a variety of crimes.

In years past, law enforcement would keep racist groups and anti-racists apart. In this case, they didn’t. As this pattern repeated itself again and again through the election and after Donald Trump’s inauguration, it became clear to journalists and researchers that the same far-right figures, some with records of serious criminal violence, were popping up again and again at the events. And yet the FBI appeared loath to take action. With scenes from Ferguson and Standing Rock still fresh in the public consciousness, German writes, “It was perplexing to watch convicted felons engaging in unpoliced violence at these white nationalist rallies and, rather than being arrested, becoming featured speakers at the next rally.”

In telling the story of the FBI’s failure to confront the threat of white supremacist violence, German argues that it’s not a lack of authorities, but an absence of institutional interest in recent years to take basic steps to understand the problem — let alone bring and close cases. “After 9/11, I noticed the FBI officially de-emphasizing white supremacist violence,” German writes, despite the fact that extremists typically described as part of the far right “kill more people in an average year than any other terrorist groups.”

During the Obama administration, which saw a surge in far-right group membership and activity, FBI analysts were reporting a decline in white supremacist violence even as outside researchers, like the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point, were reporting the exact opposite. For German, the resurgence of far-right violence and Trump’s rise to power cannot be divorced the security politics and failures of post-9/11 America. “The Trump campaign grasped that fifteen years of political polarization and constant terror warnings had created an appetite for a strongman candidate, which he could whet with messages of fear and anger,” he writes.

Bound up in the narrative of Trump’s ascent is, of course, one of the biggest FBI stories of all time: the Russia investigation. Here, German argues, the FBI’s running list of post-9/11 failures ascended to new heights. German’s assessment of former director Comey’s actions through this period is perhaps the most withering section of his book. Not unlike Trump, Comey had a tendency to take a blowtorch to the norms and obligations he was bound by. On top of that, German writes, “The available evidence suggests Comey’s FBI did not pursue allegations that Russia was illicitly supporting the Trump campaign with the necessary urgency, at least if you believe that a hostile foreign nation’s effort to influence a U.S. presidential election presents a national security threat of the highest dimension.”

In German’s view, the Russian government either successfully conspired with the Trump campaign to undermine the most important presidential election in modern American history, or it didn’t. “If it did, the FBI’s and its partner agencies’ inability to interdict the plot before a corrupted election elevated an illegitimate president to power is an intelligence failure of a magnitude rivaled only by the failure to quickly bring the conspirators to justice afterward,” he writes. “If not, the FBI and other intelligence agencies have used their covert intelligence powers to undermine a duly elected U.S. president and his administration in ways that would make J. Edgar Hoover blush. Either possibility suggests a significant part of our government has forfeited its legitimacy and is no longer serving in the public interest.”

As for Trump himself, German sees in the president a man whose entire life and business history, not to mention his associates, reeks of potential criminal liability. And still, he seemed to generate a considerable amount of wealth and obtain the most powerful position in the world without a serious look from the FBI along the way. “The practical immunity Trump and his retinue enjoyed as they amassed wealth and power also gives lie to his supporters’ contention that Mueller, Comey, and the FBI somehow had it in for Trump and manufactured a case against him,” German writes. “The failure to prioritize the economic crimes of the politically powerful left the nation vulnerable to a hostile foreign nation’s effort to delegitimize U.S. elections. This is exactly the sort of threat a domestic intelligence agency is supposed to protect against.”

German still believes in the FBI’s capacity to be a force for good. At the same time, he recognizes that many people in the advocacy community he’s become a part of in the last 15 years do not. “It’s easier for me to have more confidence in the ability to reform law enforcement institutions because I’m not the prime target of abusive law enforcement actions,” he acknowledged. German sees his role in building a more just future as discreet — he knows the FBI and has a deep understanding of where its problems come from. What members of civil society do with that information is up to them.

“We can’t work on effective solutions if we don’t really understand the problem,” German said. “My goal with this book was to make sure that we’re understanding the structural and attitudinal problems that allowed the FBI to be a threat to democracy rather than protective of it.”

 

 

Deutsche Bank, the Bayrock Group, Donald Trump and Drug Money Laundering

The large German financial conglomerate Deutsche Bank, later to become one of Donald Trump’s favored institutions, became entangled with Russia after the bank bought boutique investment bank UFG in order to gain entry into Moscow’s financial markets. UFG’s chairman, Charles Ryan, was an American banker; his partner was Boris Fyodorov, formerly Russia’s Finance Minister in the Yeltsin administration. Deutsche’s future co-CEO, Anshu Jain, was the one who wants Deutsche to become more involved with Russia.

Other investment banks soon found Deutsche’s business practices suspicious. Christopher Barter, at the time the CEO of Goldman Sachs Moscow, said later: “They were doing some very curious things. Nobody could make sense of their business. We found the nature and concentration of their business with VTB (Vneshtorgbank) quite galling. Nobody else could touch VTB.” VTB was known to be deeply connected to Russian intelligence, the FSB.

Deutsche Bank AG is a German multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany.

The bank is operational in 58 countries with a large presence in Europe, the Americas and Asia. As of April 2018, Deutsche Bank is the 15th largest bank in the world by total assets. As the largest German banking institution in the world, it is a component of the DAX stock market index.

The company is a universal bank resting on three pillars – the Private & Commercial Bank, the Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) and Asset Management (DWS). Its investment banking operations often command substantial deal flow and maintain different “sell side” and “buy side” departments.

Relationship with Donald Trump

The bank kept writing checks even after Trump defaulted on loans worth hundreds of millions and sued it. Now Congressional investigators are going to court to uncover the financial records behind their relationship.

The remarkably troubled recent history of Deutsche Bank, its past money-laundering woes — and the bank’s striking relationship with Trump — became the subject of investigation by the German State Attorney’s office. The German bank loaned a cumulative total of around $2.5 billion to Trump projects over the past two decades, and the bank continued writing him nine-figure checks even after he defaulted on a $640 million obligation and sued the bank, blaming it for his failure to pay back the debt.

  • Deutsche Bank’s private wealth unit loaned Trump $48 million — after he had defaulted on his $640 million loan and the bank’s commercial unit didn’t want to lend him any further funds — so that Trump could pay back another unit of Deutsche Bank.
  • Deutsche Bank loaned Trump’s company $125 million as part of the overall $150 million purchase of the ailing Doral golf resort in Miami in 2012. The loans’ primary collateral was land and buildings that he paid only $105 million for, county land records show. The apparent favorable terms raised questions about whether the bank’s loan was unusually risky.
  • To widespread alarm, and at least one protest that Trump would not be able to pay his lease obligations, Deutsche Bank’s private wealth group loaned the Trump Organization an additional $175 million to renovate the Old Post Office Building in Washington and turn it into a luxury hotel.

Like Trump, Deutsche Bank has been scrutinized for its dealings in Russia. The bank paid more than $600 million to regulators in 2017 and agreed to a consent order that cited “serious compliance deficiencies” that “spanned Deutsche Bank’s global empire.” The case focused on “mirror trades,” which Deutsche Bank facilitated between 2011 and 2015. The trades were sham transactions whose sole purpose appeared to be to illicitly convert rubles into pounds and dollars — some $10 billion worth.

The bank was “laundering money for wealthy Russians and people connected to Putin and the Kremlin in a variety of ways for almost the exact time period that they were doing business with Donald Trump,” “And all of that money through Deutsche Bank was being channeled through the same exact legal entity in the U.S. that was handling the Donald Trump relationship in the U.S. And so there are a lot of coincidences here.”

It wasn’t just Donald Trump who maintained a warm relationship with Deutsche. The German bank looked after his entire family. Jared Kushner, Ivanka, and Kushner’s mother Seryl Stadtmauer were all Deutsche clients.

The large German financial conglomerate Deutsche Bank, later to become one of Donald Trump’s favored institutions, became entangled with Russia after the bank bought boutique investment bank UFG in order to gain entry into Moscow’s financial markets. UFG’s chairman, Charles Ryan, was an American banker; his partner was Boris Fyodorov, formerly Russia’s Finance Minister in the Yeltsin administration. Deutsche’s future co-CEO, Anshu Jain, was the one who wants Deutsche to become more involved with Russia. Other investment banks soon found Deutsche’s business practices suspicious. Christopher Barter, at the time the CEO of Goldman Sachs Moscow, said later: “They were doing some very curious things. Nobody could make sense of their business. We found the nature and concentration of their business with VTB (Vneshtorgbank) quite galling. Nobody else could touch VTB.” VTB was known to be deeply connected to Russian intelligence, the FSB.

An issue was a very large sum of money that Trump borrowed from the German bank in 2005 to fund the construction of the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago. Trump had personally guaranteed to repay the $US640 million ($828.7 million) debt.

Since then, a global financial crash had arrived. Trump had defaulted on payment, with $US330 million still outstanding. In late November 2008, Deutsche was seeking an immediate $US40 million from the tycoon, plus interest, legal fees and costs.

In 2010 Trump settled his feud with Deutsche. This was done, extraordinarily, by borrowing more money from … Deutsche Bank.

Shut out from its real estate division, Trump turned to another part of the same institution – Deutsche’s private wealth division, which typically deals with high net worth individuals. It doesn’t normally do property. Still, the unit lent him the money.

And later gave him another $US25 to $US50 million in credit.

According to one estimate, Deutsche Bank’s Moscow subsidiary began notching up profits of $US500 million to $US1 billion a year, with VTB generating somewhere between 50 and 80 per cent of all revenue. In Moscow, a Russian client bought blue-chip Russian stocks from Deutsche Bank Moscow in companies like Gazprom or Sberbank. The payment was in roubles. The size of a typical order was $US2 million to $US3 million. Shortly afterwards a non-Russian “customer” sold exactly the same number of securities to Deutsche Bank in London, paying in dollars.

These “mirror trades” were fake and had no economic logic. The selling parties were based in offshore territories like Cyprus or the British Virgin Islands. Billions were moved out of one Deutsche Bank, from its modern glass office at Building 2, 82 Sadovnicheskaya Street, to another Deutsche Bank, at 60 Wall Street. There were nearly 6000 transactions. Nobody in New York or London or Frankfurt or any of the international financial centres really noticed.the chairman of Trump and his companies’ estimated $360 million in outstanding loans from Deutsche Bank.

Trump’s assets manager at Deutsche, Rosemary Vrablic, specialized in real estate and is close enough to Trump and his family — both Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are clients — that she was invited to attend the inauguration. In the past decade, the Deutsche Bank private wealth unit helped finance three of Trump’s properties, including a golf resort near Miami (Doral), a new hotel in Washington DC and Trump Tower in Chicago, all of which include personal guarantees by Trump. He and his organization currently owe Deutsche Bank over $300

“Deutsche Bank is our long-standing partner and has been working in Russia since 1881 … It would take ages to describe everything that Deutsche Bank is doing in Russia,” Putin said at the time.

The bank kept writing checks even after Trump defaulted on loans worth hundreds of millions and sued it. Now Congressional investigators are going to court to uncover the financial records behind their relationship.

The remarkably troubled recent history of Deutsche Bank, its past money-laundering woes — and the bank’s striking relationship with Trump — became the subject of investigation by the German State Attorney’s office. The German bank loaned a cumulative total of around $2.5 billion to Trump projects over the past two decades, and the bank continued writing him nine-figure checks even after he defaulted on a $640 million obligation and sued the bank, blaming it for his failure to pay back the debt.

  • Deutsche Bank’s private wealth unit loaned Trump $48 million — after he had defaulted on his $640 million loan and the bank’s commercial unit didn’t want to lend him any further funds — so that Trump could pay back another unit of Deutsche Bank.
  • Deutsche Bank loaned Trump’s company $125 million as part of the overall $150 million purchase of the ailing Doral golf resort in Miami in 2012. The loans’ primary collateral was land and buildings that he paid only $105 million for, county land records show. The apparent favorable terms raised questions about whether the bank’s loan was unusually risky.
  • To widespread alarm, and at least one protest that Trump would not be able to pay his lease obligations, Deutsche Bank’s private wealth group loaned the Trump Organization an additional $175 million to renovate the Old Post Office Building in Washington and turn it into a luxury hotel.

Trump began doing business with the Bayrock Group, a real estate development organization with its headquarters in the Trump Tower. He met founder Tevfik Arif, a Russian born in then-Soviet Kazakhstan, and Russian-born American businessman Felix Sater 1, COO of Bayrock and a convicted felon, through a Trump Tower leasing agent. Bayrock arranged for the Trump Organization to become involved in multiple developments that were marketed under the Trump name.

The first Trump-Bayrock deal, a 19-story condominium tower and hotel complex in Phoenix, fell through in 2005 after organized resistance from residents. A follow-up project in Fort Lauderdale also collapsed after lawsuits and claims of criminal fraud tarnished the project’s reputation. Trump dodged the lawsuit by asserting he was not the developer and bore no responsibility for the problems.

Eventually, Trump and Bayrock engaged in a series of deals leading to the construction of the Trump SoHo in New York, which became the centerpiece of a RICO investigation. The firm’s organizational structure was deliberately designed to make it difficult to determine how it worked, or who profited from what business dealing.

Trump had turned to Bayrock after a series of six straight corporate bankruptcies devastated his portfolio; he was now essentially an entertainer portraying himself as a business mogul who was actually struggling to re-establish himself and his brand. “[T]he massive illicit outflows from Russia and oil-rich [former Soviet Union states] like Kazahkstan and Azerbaijan from the mid-1990s provided precisely the kind of undiscriminating investors that he needed. These outflows arrived at just the right time to fund several of Trump’s post-2000 high-risk real estate and casino ventures – most of which failed.”

His financing opportunities were severely limited, as most of the banks he previously did business with wanted no further dealings with himMarch 1, 2018: Top Trump Fundraiser Sought $75 Million Fee for Persuading DOJ to Drop Money Laundering Investigation

According to media reports, Elliott Broidy, a convicted felon who is now a deputy chair of the Republican National Committee and a top fundraiser for the Trump campaign with inside access to Trump and his administration, sought a $75 million fee if he could persuade the Justice Department to drop an investigation into an investment deal involving the Malaysian Prime Minister.

 

Lawmakers aren’t taking the bank’s word that “suspicious“ transactions by Trump were legal.

June 6, 2019

by Bess Levin

Vanity Fair

Last month, the New York Times reported that anti-money-laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank had flagged “suspicious activity” on the accounts of both Donald Trump and Jared Kushner in 2016 and 2017, advising that they be reported to a financial-crimes regulator—only to be told by higher-ups that their concerns were unfounded and to stop being so “negative.” And you’ll never believe it, but some people think that warrants further investigation!

In a letter sent to the Federal Reserve on Thursday, seven Democratic senators demanded that Fed chair Jerome Powell and John Williams, the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, examine the transactions and whether Deutsche Bank complied with the law after employees raised the alarm. “Only by conducting a thorough review of the full range of this activity can we better understand what happened in these cases; what practices, procedures, or personnel may need to be changed at the bank; and what regulators should do to ensure the Federal Reserve’s ability effectively to monitor compliance with anti-money-laundering laws,” wrote Senator Chris Van Hollen. “This is a test of the Fed’s independence,” he added in an interview with the Times. “It would be gross negligence if they weren’t investigating.” Other Democrats who signed the letter include Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown.

According to the Times, just after Trump was elected president, transactions involving the Trump Organization were reviewed by the anti-financial-crimes Special Investigations Unit, resulting in multiple suspicious activity reports “involving different entities that Mr. Trump owned or controlled, according to three former Deutsche Bank employees who saw the reports in an internal computer system.” Yet the bank executives chose not to file the reports with the Treasury Department, despite the fact that three former employees said it was “unusual for the bank to reject a series of reports involving the same high-profile client.“ A similar situation occurred the year prior, wherein the company’s software flagged “a series of transactions” involving the real estate company of [Jared] Kushner,” which were then reviewed by longtime anti-money-laundering specialist Tammy McFadden, who found that “money had moved from Kushner Companies to Russian individuals.”

McFadden concluded that the suspicious transactions needed to be reported to the government and drafted a “suspicious activity report,” along with a number of documents supporting her decision. Then, strangely, the case went not to an unbiased group of anti-money-laundering experts but instead to the private-banking division, where managers had a relationship with Kushner. From there, the executives reportedly decided McFadden’s worries were “unfounded” and decided not to submit her report to the government, a decision she and her colleagues believe was made “to maintain the private-banking division’s strong relationship with Mr. Kushner.”

Last year, months after she started raising concerns about how the German lender was scrutinizing—or in this case, not scrutinizing—the accounts of high-profile customers, McFadden was fired. (Deutsche Bank says she wasn’t processing enough accounts, but McFadden says her supervisors cut the number of transactions she was assigned to review after she started asking questions, and both she and two former managers believe her firing was retaliatory.)

Deutsche Bank has been condemned by the Fed multiple times since the early 2000s over issues ranging from poor risk management to “sloppy financial accounting.” In May 2017 the central bank fined Deutsche $41 million and demanded it strengthen its money-laundering systems which had, among other things, reportedly processed billions of dollars in illicit transactions involving wealthy Russians.

Last month, much to Trump’s dismay, a judge ruled against the president’s attempt to block Deutsche Bank and Capitol One from turning over records about the Trump family and its businesses to the House Financial Services and Intelligence committees (the case will now go to an appeals court.) So today’s news is unlikely to boost his mood!

 

The CIA Confessions: The Crowley Conversations

September 15, 2019

by Dr. Peter Janney

On October 8th, 2000, Robert Trumbull Crowley, once a leader of the CIA’s Clandestine Operations Division, died in a Washington hospital of heart failure and the end effects of Alzheimer’s Disease. Before the late Assistant Director Crowley was cold, Joseph Trento, a writer of light-weight books on the CIA, descended on Crowley’s widow at her town house on Cathedral Hill Drive in Washington and hauled away over fifty boxes of Crowley’s CIA files.

Once Trento had his new find secure in his house in Front Royal, Virginia, he called a well-known Washington fix lawyer with the news of his success in securing what the CIA had always considered to be a potential major embarrassment.

Three months before, on July 20th of that year, retired Marine Corps colonel William R. Corson, and an associate of Crowley, died of emphysema and lung cancer at a hospital in Bethesda, Md.

After Corson’s death, Trento and the well-known Washington fix-lawyer went to Corson’s bank, got into his safe deposit box and removed a manuscript entitled ‘Zipper.’ This manuscript, which dealt with Crowley’s involvement in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, vanished into a CIA burn-bag and the matter was considered to be closed forever.

The small group of CIA officials gathered at Trento’s house to search through the Crowley papers, looking for documents that must not become public. A few were found but, to their consternation, a significant number of files Crowley was known to have had in his possession had simply vanished.

When published material concerning the CIA’s actions against Kennedy became public in 2002, it was discovered to the CIA’s horror, that the missing documents had been sent by an increasingly erratic Crowley to another person and these missing papers included devastating material on the CIA’s activities in South East Asia to include drug running, money laundering and the maintenance of the notorious ‘Regional Interrogation Centers’ in Viet Nam and, worse still, the Zipper files proving the CIA’s active organization of the assassination of President John Kennedy..

A massive, preemptive disinformation campaign was readied, using government-friendly bloggers, CIA-paid “historians” and others, in the event that anything from this file ever surfaced. The best-laid plans often go astray and in this case, one of the compliant historians, a former government librarian who fancied himself a serious writer, began to tell his friends about the CIA plan to kill Kennedy and eventually, word of this began to leak out into the outside world.

The originals had vanished and an extensive search was conducted by the FBI and CIA operatives but without success. Crowley’s survivors, his aged wife and son, were interviewed extensively by the FBI and instructed to minimize any discussion of highly damaging CIA files that Crowley had, illegally, removed from Langley when he retired. Crowley had been a close friend of James Jesus Angleton, the CIA’s notorious head of Counterintelligence. When Angleton was sacked by DCI William Colby in December of 1974, Crowley and Angleton conspired to secretly remove Angleton’s most sensitive secret files out of the agency. Crowley did the same thing right before his own retirement, secretly removing thousands of pages of classified information that covered his entire agency career.

Known as “The Crow” within the agency, Robert T. Crowley joined the CIA at its inception and spent his entire career in the Directorate of Plans, also know as the “Department of Dirty Tricks. ”

Crowley was one of the tallest man ever to work at the CIA. Born in 1924 and raised in Chicago, Crowley grew to six and a half feet when he entered the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in N.Y. as a cadet in 1943 in the class of 1946. He never graduated, having enlisted in the Army, serving in the Pacific during World War II. He retired from the Army Reserve in 1986 as a lieutenant colonel. According to a book he authored with his friend and colleague, William Corson, Crowley’s career included service in Military Intelligence and Naval Intelligence, before joining the CIA at its inception in 1947. His entire career at the agency was spent within the Directorate of Plans in covert operations. Before his retirement, Bob Crowley became assistant deputy director for operations, the second-in-command in the Clandestine Directorate of Operations.

Bob Crowley first contacted Gregory Douglas in 1993 when he found out from John Costello that Douglas was about to publish his first book on Heinrich Mueller, the former head of the Gestapo who had become a secret, long-time asset to the CIA. Crowley contacted Douglas and they began a series of long and often very informative telephone conversations that lasted for four years. In 1996, Crowley told Douglas that he believed him to be the person that should ultimately tell Crowley’s story but only after Crowley’s death. Douglas, for his part, became so entranced with some of the material that Crowley began to share with him that he secretly began to record their conversations, later transcribing them word for word, planning to incorporate some, or all, of the material in later publication.

 

Conversation No. 66

Date: Wednesday, February 12, 1997

Commenced:  11:15 AM CST

Concluded:  11:45 AM CST

RTC: That has to be you, Gregory. Such timing. Corson was speaking with me a few minutes ago about you. Are your ears still ringing?

GD: No.

RTC: Ah, you are so popular. Bill was warning me that we had both best cut you loose because the wrath of God might descend. Bill has a paper asshole.

GD: Who is it this time? The Pope?

RTC: No, the Kimmel people. He regularly turns his Justice people loose on both of us. I think they need a new record. The current one gets stuck. Is it true you killed Abraham Lincoln, Gregory? I mean it’s pretty well set that you are the illegitimate son of Adolf Hitler, or is it Josef Stalin? I can’t seem to remember, it’s all so mixed up. Anyway, you are pure evil and have to be kept away from. And do let’s keep the Pope out of this. I had enough trouble with that one.

GD: Which Pope?

RTC: John Paul I. We also went after John Paul II but that one didn’t work, and we didn’t want to try it again.

GD: Why, in God’s name, did you want to kill the Pope? And out of curiosity, how did you pull it off?

RFC: The first one was going to put a terrible crimp in our drug business out of Italy and we tried to do the second one to blame the Russians. It was a sort of a game with us. Always try to do a bad bit and make it look like the Russians did it.

GD: The drug business? What did the Pope have to do with drugs?

RTC: He didn’t. It was the bank there that did. He had nothing to do with it but it was the Vatican bank.

GD: The Vatican bank was involved with drugs?

RTC: No, we used it to launder money. Who, I ask you, who would ever question the Vatican bank? It was the Mafia who had the inside bank contacts and, believe me, there was a lot of money moving around. Let’s see, the Pope was elected in, I think, August of ’79. He replaced Montini. Former Vatican Secretary of State….he was Paul VI. Anyway, we had a fine working arrangement with the Italian Mafia about the movement of money as I said.

GD: I met Montini once, I think in ’51.

RTC: The new one had been in Venice….Luciani….

GD: There was another one from Venice….

RTC: I know but not the same one. That was back in the ‘60s. But the new Pope posed quite a problem. He had been told that there were certain irregularities in the IOR…that’s the Vatican bank. And the new Pope was inclined to be honest and was demanding a full review of the books and so on. If this had happened, a good deal would have been uncovered, so the Pope had to go. It was that simple, Gregory. Politics had nothing to do with it, nothing at all.

GD: Couldn’t someone have cooked the books? Was murder necessary?

RTC: You don’t understand the whole picture, Gregory. The Mafia was involved in this up to their eyebrows and if any of it had come out, someone would have talked and pointed to us. We couldn’t have that. We had to get rid of Dag Hammarskjold because he was interfering with the uranium people in the Congo. It was nothing personal at all.

GD: How did you do it?

RTC: Our Station Chief in Rome ran the show. Contacts in the Vatican and especially with Buzonetti, the Pope’s doctor. My God, old Renata cost us plenty. On our payroll since God knows when. And our Political Psychological Division worked on this to put the blame on the KGB. And the P-2 Lodge was also involved and they were ours.

GD: The what?

RTC: The P-2 Lodge was an Italian Masonic group and early in 1970, we got our hands on it. It was designed to attract right wing Italian bankers and businessmen to combat the very active Italian Communist party.  No, if the Pope had started something, it would have wrecked years of hard work on our part and ruined some of our more important assets. In the end, it was money, not Renaissance-style politics, that did Luciani in.

GD: Does the Vatican know now?

RTC: Suspects, but would rather not know anything. After the Pope assumed room temperature, we consolidated and revamped the system. There was quite a bit of mopping-up to do. We had to kill off a number of Italian players who had been pushed out of the picture and were longing to get back into the money. One hanged himself from a bridge in England. Obviously killed himself out of remorse.

GD: Stalin said once that it was not difficult to execute a murder, but much more difficult to arrange a suicide.

RTC: Josef was a clever man.

GD: And, he said, “No man, no problem.”

RTC: That one I know. A friend and co-worker had that up over his desk. I am not joking.

GD: Oh, I believe it, Robert. It is lawful to be taught by your enemies.

RTC: I detect a critical attitude here, Gregory. You have to realize that the amount of money we were, and are, making from our drug partnerships is nothing to walk away from. Vast sums of money, Gregory, and enormous political power therefrom.

GD: I can see that, but one day they will go too far.

RTC: The Kennedy business is a classic example why nothing will ever come of this sort of thing. If you publish the ZIPPER material you already have and what I am going to give you, you will only excite the conspiracy buffs, all of whom will gather together and hiss at you and heap coals of fire on your head. Let us say that you write a newspaper article on what I just told you. It would never get published and within minutes of your submitting it to an editor, we would be notified.

GD: And then you’d shoot me?

RTC: No, trash you. Laugh at you. Get our little broken down academics to piss on you. The press would ignore you completely and eventually, you would find something else to do. Now, on the other hand, if you had been one of us and had inside knowledge and worse, proof, you would perish very quickly. The faulty brakes while driving on dangerous mountain roads, an overdose of some kind of popular drug and dead in an overheated apartment. Things like that. But as an outsider, just laughter and silence. Of course, there are those who would believe you and if you wrote about this business with the Pope and mentioned some Italian names, you might get different treatment. The bomb under the front seat of your car or something crude like that. But we wouldn’t have done it and I would recommend against stirring those people up. We would look into your tax records and turn the IRS loose on you or let your wife know you were boffing a nice waitress at a cheap local motel. Or one of your nice children would be introduced to dangerous drugs. That’s more effective than a bomb in the car or someone shooting you dead in a parking garage. The Italians tend to be very emotional, and we do not.

GD: The Italians once said that he who went softly went safely and he who went safely went far.

RTC: It would be less messy if they actually practiced that sentiment.

GD: By the way, Robert, why did you go after the other Pope? I assume that’s the one that got shot by the Arab in front of the Vatican.

RTC: Yes, but not an Arab, a Turk. They do not like to be equated with Arabs. That one? Actually, we thought that if we had him done in right in front of everybody, it would draw a lot of attention and we could really blame it on the KGB. It was a perfect set up. He was a Polack who was agitating the Solidarity people against Russia, so who would be the most logical suspect? And we had been financing the Turkish Grey Wolves for some time. They got the hit man for us. Of course, he didn’t know anything so no one shot him in the courtroom.

GD: Que bono! But for no other reason?

RTC: Isn’t that enough? Turn all the world’s Catholics against the Russians in a hurry.

GD: Let’s see here. One Pope for sure, another shot at, a dead UN chief, a dead American president, assorted deceased South American leaders, a Pakistani or two, at least one high level Indian, and so on. I would hope not all for such trivial motives.

RTC: Turning huge number of people against Russia is not a trivial motive at all.

GD: The wheel does turn, Robert, it does. And what is now at the bottom comes to the top. Out of curiosity, have you killed any Israelis?

RTC: No, they know just how far to go, and we work very closely with them. They do a lot of our dirty work for us. They blew up the Marine barracks in Lebanon and, of course, we blamed it on the Arabs. It goes on, Gregory, and if you had sat in my chair and walked in my shoes, you would be a bit more understanding.

GD: This is not aimed at you, of course.

RTC: If it were, I wouldn’t be defending you to the monkeys when they jabber about you. They aren’t worth much. I think your problem is that you never were in a position of command and at a high level. If you had been, you would be less judgmental.

GD: I am just an amateur, Robert, just a dilettante. Thank God.

 

(Concluded at 11:45 CST)

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Encyclopedia of American Loons

Ileana Paugh

Ileana Johnson Paugh is an author, blogger and columnist, who has for instance written for the WND, which is sufficient to establish with some confidence that she is a serious loon. Paugh delivers. In 2013, for instance, Paugh criticized Pope Francis’s commitment to social justice teachings (really a core component of the Roman Catholic Church doctrine, to the discomfort of numerous wingnuts) and tied them to the KGB, no less. So, in her column “Communism and the Pope,” Paugh “traces Francis’ thinking to KGB-influence in S. America”, claiming that social justice is foreign to the teachings of Jesus Christ but instead a “Soviet communist-led idea” that have helped the KGB “infiltrate” the Catholic Church. It’s worth noting that she relies to a large extent on the writings of Ion Pacepa (Paugh, like Pacepa, apparently grew up under communism in Romania).

Perhaps Paugh’s main schtick, however, is Agenda 21 conspiracy theories. She has even written a book, U.N. Agenda 21: Environmental Piracy, where she describes Agenda 21 as a nefarious conspiracy that “has been in the works for decades, spearheaded by environmentalists, foreign individuals, third world countries, and non-profit organizations around the world. In the name of protecting the environment, socialist global governance has been quietly implemented at all levels of government” to mandate “population re-distribution in the name of biodiversity”, brainwashing our kids and “rezone us, resettle us, reduce our numbers, and tax us into the sustainable community described in the Wildlands Project Map.” In short, it is an agenda to control and oppress us all: “Our sovereignty is at stake. We must stop U.N. Agenda 21 before it is too late. Every chapter of it violates our Constitution.” Yes, environmentalism is a depopulation conspiracy.

Of course, Paugh is a hardcore global warming denialist (when you’ve already decided that the UN is an evil conspiracy to oppress us all, you better make the data fit), claiming that the global warming idea “lacks academic rigor” and “intellectual honesty” (Paugh seems to have no scientific background and doesn’t seem to be able to distinguish scientific rigor from stream of consciousness ranting if her life depended on it); instead, it is apparently a conspiracy among scientists to take our money and give control of the world to George Soros (or perhaps, it seems, Maurice Strong).

Her other books are Echoes of Communism and Liberty on Life Support

Diagnosis: Crazy as they come. That this is standard wingnut fare does not exactly make it any better.

 

Carmen Pate

 

Another day, another fundie wingnut talkshow host. This time it’s Carmen Pate, currently producer and host of Saving Grace, a podcast ministry of Grace School of Theology. She is apparently also a “Principal with Alliance Ministries, Inc.,” and affiliated with the Human Coalition. Her podcast/show is devoted to the promotion of ridiculous fundamentalism (this kind), in particular from the Truth in Action Ministries, with a clear focus on – of course – anti-gay conspiracy theories associated with the “gay agenda”, such as “the sad belief that they [i.e. gay people] have that they were born with this propensity to engage in sexual sin.” And it really is a conspiracy; given all the homosexuals “struggling with that lifestyle” and “desiring to leave it”, says Pate (ex-gays are systematically oppressed by the media and the government, apparently), it’s really important that religious fanatics step in “when we consider that our government ignores the truth and instead supports an agenda that really keeps them in bondage;” it is “important that we speak truth so they might find that healing and restoration.” Pate does not speak truth.

She did, however, use to host (and may still be – we cannot really be bothered to pay close attention) Truth in Action Ministries’ flagship radio program Truth that Transforms. She is also a former Concerned Women for America president.

But not only is society being corrupted by homosexuals; Pate also complains that evolution and feminism have “infiltrated” almost all aspects of society: “our education system, even our churches and certainly our entertainment, our media,” which means that “we have lost sight of what God’s word has said about the protection of the innocent.” You fill in the blanks in that piece of reasoning. In particular, the education system is controlled by “those who really don’t want our kids to understand what the Constitution has to say”, which is apparently (as John Hostettler put it) that “government is an institution that is not just a God-centered one, but it was ordained by God,” which of course means that e.g. the separation of church and state is a myth and that the Bible should be the central book of all education by Constitutional demand. Why don’t you know that? “Not to sound conspiratorial here,” says Pate, and promptly goes full frontal conspiratorial: it is because of “attempts perhaps by those secular humanists, those on the left, to really not allow or to take away some of the opportunities for learning more about what the Constitution has to say.” It must have worked very well. At least Carmen Pate has no idea what the Constitution says.

She is also worried about the “occult underlying themes” in children’s cartoons and books like Harry Potter, suggesting that public school-sponsored Earth Day events have a “focus on Gaia worship” and the “worshiping of Mother Nature.” Of course, when you have no reasoning abilities yourself, any opinion or belief anyone else holds will probably seem like a matter of blind faith, too.

Pate has also participated in a number of religious right promotional efforts, such as their short film Losing Liberty, about the alleged moral decline and spiritual collapse of America.

Diagnosis: Pretty much a personification of everything that is wrong with everything. And yes, that’s the same diagnosis as former entry’s Janet Parshall. Like Parshall, Pate wields quite a bit of influence on the religious right as an enabler of all sorts of deranged fundie extremism.

 

Chinese faking of rare US gold and silver coins

September 14, 2019

by Christin Jürs

Several years ago, the coin world was breathlessly told about the alleged “wreck of the SS New York” in a violent storm in the Gulf of Mexico, and the very rare gold coins she might have been carrying. It appears that lucky divers just happened to locate the wreck and extract the rare coins which were now being offered to elite collectors by a coin merchant.

It was subsequently charged that there was no such ship, no such storm and no such sinking and that the story had been invented out of whole cloth, based on ‘Issac’s Storm” book on the devastating 1900 Galveston hurricane and the finding of the SS Central America.

This was used to explain the appearance of rare gold and silver coins now being minted in China.

It has become very evident that these coins are: Morgan silver dollars of every year and mint, gold U.S. Indian head $2.50, $5.00 and $10 denominations and, of course, the coins purported to have been fished up from the Gulf of Mexico.

It is known inside the coin collecting, and selling, world that the Chinese government makes these coins for the American gullible coin trade and that by doing so, they are counterfeiting American coinage.

Coin collecting, especially gold coin collecting, has gained momentum given recent economic and internal political disasters,and shrewd businessman that they are, the Chinese have rushed to take advantage of the interest.

Note, that the Chinese do not make their forgeries from the same caret of gold or silver as the originals. Therefore, a fake rare U.S. gold coin or a relatively common Morgan silver dollar will weigh less than the original.

And the gold coins, and bars are not made of gold but are gold-plated tungsten, a metal that weighs almost the same as gold.

Interestingly enough, these coins have to enter the US through US Customs and although there is ample awareness of the forgeries in the United States, Customs never interdicts any Chinese coin (and bar) import.

 

The most frequently seen Chinese counterfeit or altered U.S. coins:

  • 1856 Flying Eagle cent
  • 1909-S VDB Lincoln cent
  • 1955 double-die Lincoln cent
  • 1916-D Mercury dime
  • Cincinnati commemorative half dollar
  • 1804 Bust dollar (a million dollar rarity)
  • 1893-S Morgan dollar
  • Saint-Gaudens high-relief double eagle

Other frequently seen counterfeit  U.S. coins, according to experts +

and dealers, include:

  • 1914-D Lincoln cent
  • 1922 Lincoln cent
  • 1943 bronze Lincoln cent
  • 1912-S Liberty Head nickel
  • 1913 Liberty Head nickel (a million dollar rarity)
  • 1937-D three-legged Buffalo nickel
  • 1944 copper-nickel Jefferson nickel
  • 1799 Bust dollar

 

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42.marsolgp Geary 96638785032 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Government Marsolais geary101@yahoo.com Aramco

43.ocheltree7 Rashid 6090000 ext 3724 Industry/Manufacturing Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Education Ocheltree ocheltree7@hotmail.com Booz Allan Hamilton

44.diaa ahmed diaa 6606624 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Other ahmed diaa ahmed@hotmail.com saudiTKT

45.diaa ahmed1 diaa 6606624 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Other ahmed diaa ahmed@hotmail.com saudiTKT

46.meobserver middles east 055425932 Industry/Manufacturing- Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Finance observer meobserver@yahoo.com company

47.ahmednaveed Ahmed 907 0000000 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Other Naveed  nav@saudia.com  ANRS Corporation

48.rufruf13 Khalid  2341939 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia LegalAl Fadil khalid@safari.com.sa  safari c.

49.Paul in Saudi Paul 966-03-857-1100 x1009 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing- Defence Adkins  tinsman99@hotmail.com     RSAF?LMMES

50.rgkl Roger 0094427340099 Saudi Arabia Leyland gail.roger@talktalk.net British Aerospace

51.ahmadifaisal Faisal96638745255 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Ahmadi  ahmadifaisal@yahoo.com Aramco

52.jovellag arturo  966 1 285 1038 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other jovellano jovellag@aramco.com.sa SAUDI ARAMCO

53.waqasriazpk  Waqas 0333-4217311 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Riaz  waqasriazpk@yahoo.com Institute of Computer Sciences

54.bilbo1 philip 00966 3 5941109 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Education shanahan philipshanahan2000@yahoo.com College of Technology,Al Ahsa

55.U.Etterich Udo ++96655255914  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy Etterich ue.ciss@web.de Ibcol

56.ons pk Omer +9665459445 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Siddiqui ons pk@yahoo.com  SAP

57.c6g96230 abdulkarim 96653684412 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Education halwani c6g96230@ayna.com without

58.dttlib a 125647 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army a chuaw@magix.com.sg sd

59.AIW Alasdair +966 1 476 2726 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager SaudiArabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport/Defence Watson  alasdair.watson@mowag.com.sa MOWAG Motorwagenfabrik AG

60.gAYLON2001 Gaylon  757-460-3691 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Air Force mONTGOMERY GAYLON M@HOTMAIL.COM RSAF

61.aalzuhair Abdullah +966-5-449-1938 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Law Enforcement/Security Alzuhair aalzuhair@aol.com  AZ

62.C.I.A agent Ahmed 2515635 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Other Ministry El Taher ahmedeltaher2002@hotmail.com The X Man

63.awaismisriAwais 966 02 6762477  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Misri awaismisri@hotmail.com Zaiqa Foods Industries Ltd

64.TOPSBSMAN  AHMAD 6362855 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual SHAAR ASHAAR@ALTAVISTA.COM SLEEP HIGH

65.nigelz  nigel 03.882.3050 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence human  nigel@candogoldcoast.com bae systems

66.Maasho  Maasho  ++96654943620 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other G. Sellasie mashtfl@yahoo.com Al-Theyab Equipment

67.nawafsaj Nawaf +96614786838 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager SaudiArabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Alsajan nawafsaj@hotmail.com  Alasalm aircraft

68.Khaled Khaled +9661 477-6555 ext.111 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Other TAWFIK  kwtawfik@nour.com.sa NOUR Communications Co.

69.emkandji KANDJI  96614503876 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence ELHADJI M. emkandji@hotmail.com Senegal Embassy

70.malomahnews mohammed 4814037 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government arfaj marfaj@kacst.edu.sa kacst

71.abu jafar ali 6642733 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Finance husain abu jafarsa@yahoo.com abc

72.rashid rashid 054988176 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy abduallh rashid616@hotmail.com rashid

73.rashid616 rashid 054988176  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy abduallh rashid616@hotmail.com rashid

74.Comand (UK) Garth +966 1) 4610808 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Priestley garth@rancovillage.net Almisehal

75.ENG MAOODHAH SALEH 0096726666666 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Sea/Shipping       MAOODHAH salehmohsin@hotmail.com SLEEP HIGH

76.Royal Saudi Air Forces Gerald Saudi Arabia Reser I ammr@hotmail.com Royal Saudi Air Forces

77.Mahmoud Mahmoud 6520001 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Al Azzam mazzam@netjets.com NAS

78.lawsontc Terry 817-777-4907 Industry/Manufacturing-SeniorManager SaudiArabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Lawson  terry.c.lawson@lmco.com lockheed martin

79.babuanils Anil 8728672 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Library Sukhavasi sukhavab@aramco.com.sa Origin

80.mrepking Michael ++966-2-653-4460 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Repking mrepking@fgi.netGlobal Aviation

81.Ruzaik Azzam  Ruzaik 966 3 882 9193  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Rauff Azzam    razzam@sa.dhl.com DHL Worldwide Express

82.mansourghofaily mansour 23232377 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia   Air Force ghofaily mansourghofaily@hotmail.com  rsaf

83.christianbain  christian 966-2-685-2192 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Government bain  christianbain@hotmail.com IAP

84.kaziz1977  khalid 0096643211071 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy aziz kaziz1977@hotmail.com   honeywell

85.shahiday Shahid  966-2-6448880 x 2550 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  International Organization Ayaz  shahiday@tri.net.sa lesayi Technologies

86.ziausmani Zia  8211395 OtherIndustry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Usmani ziausmani@netscape.ent  AAHI

87.magdygamal magdy oo96626557826 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual gamal magdygamal@hotmail.com privet

88.has002 hasan  2061255 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia   Ministry of Defence  asiri  hasan002@yahoo.com  command&staff college

89.jimpartyka  jim 966-3-876-4837  Other Industry/Manufacturing   Saudi Arabia Private Individual partyka jimpartyka@yahoo.com  Aramco

90.Mohdrashid us Rashid 00966+3+8405421 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence Khan  mohdrashid us@yahoo.com  MCHS

91.middleturk  Paul 00968613973 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence Lake middleturk@yahoo.com  MOD Oman

92.mohdrashid us  rashid  0966+3+8405421  Other Gov/MoD   Saudi Arabia    Ministry of Defence Mohammad  mohdrashid us@yahoo.com   Military College of Health Sciences

93.Porki Paul 00966 1 4850288 Ext 161 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace  Conyers peecee@zajil.net  BAE Systems

94.mmartaa1 mohammed 5 Other Military Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air martaa  mmartaa1@hotmail.com  saudi arabian airlines

95.mapor2000 Michael + 966-1-4728721 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace  O’Reilly mapor2000@yahoo.com BAE Systems

96.Richard Harchick Richard 966 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Harchick richardsaudi@hotmail.com Alsalam Aircraft Company

97.RichardH  Richard 966-1-220-3966 ext 149  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Harchick richardsaudi@hotmail.com Alsalam Aircraft Company

98.abohatim4 ibrahim 055783031 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy  zahrani abohatim4@hotmail.com s a navy

99.nimr 2000 Adam 123456789 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-AerospaceBrown nimr 2000@hotmail.com  Public

100.tidore abu-maryam 02-6726799  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  International Organization constantia  constantia@maktoob.com  manarat

101.tuanguru abu-maryam 02-6726799 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia International Organization constantia      constantia@maktoob.com manarat

102.dayeer ahmed +96638561169 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Sea/Shipping mohammed  layan@yahoo.com AMSG

103.Jackson53 Joe +9665-844-0136 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Jackson patrick1@sahara.com.sa The Jacksons

104.Martha1984  Martha 000-00-00 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force Wang  jn-w@sohu.com USMTM

105.atheer.net.sa Philip 250 1373 #281 Other Military Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Thomas text@hotmail.com  BAE

106.viper46 abdul  96652214548 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia    Army j army 68@hotmail.com avithion

107.henrykjoseph Henry 96655856471 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Road  Joseph  henrykjoseph@hotmail.com  Middle East Est

108.texthoma  Philip  250-1373 #281  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Thomas tex t@hotmail.com   British Aerospace plc

109.texthoma@atheer.net.sa  philip  250-1373 #281 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace thomas  tex t@hotmail.com BAE

110.menoufey Sameer +9661-4870911(ex) 333 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance Wisa edesk@al-jazirah.com.sa samco

111.priorwd William 01-966-1-246-3200-2457 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other Prior priorw@vinnellarabia.com  Vinnell Arabia

112.eabuan Erwin 966-4524295 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia       Other Abuan eabuan@stc.com.sa Saudi Telecom

113.saad Saad +96662273333 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia    Media Asswailim asswailim@yahoo.com Alwatan Newspaper

114.hamdan hamdan 0096615400601 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Air Force  shehri  hamdan3000@hotmail.com   rsaf

115.wahab nk Abdul Wahab  00-966-1-4764343 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Road NK wahab nk@yahoo.com  Shibh Al-Jazira Contracting Co. Ltd

116.bentai22 clayton na  Military-MiddleRank Saudi Arabia Army    tuttle clayton tuttle@hotmail.com   us army

117.LuisDomingo  Luis Domingo  + 966 1 465 2600 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia  Other Ministry  Mendiola earab@nesma.net.sa   EMBASSY OF ARGENTINA

118.musalli hassan  6361400 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia   Government  musalli hassan 1@arabia.com    idb

119.twergy  abdullah  0096655466376   Government/MoD-Senior level  Saudi Arabia  Education  twergy  Dr.twergy@ceoexpress.com  ksu

120.saadsm  Sam +96626574457  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Sa   saadsm@hotmail.com   eBC

121.colt22  wasim +96664431626 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Other Ministry  malik wsmalik@medu.net.sa   ministry of health

122.yarub1 Yaarub +96614196600 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Al-Daghither    yarub1@hotmail.com  BAE Systems

123.map3820 Mark  478-1753 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army    Pote   map3820@hotmail.com    USMTM

124.Mahmoud Azzam Mahmoud 009666520001 x401 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Al Azzam  mazzam@netjets.com  National Air Services

125.PADops pa 009661 4195957  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force   Dops CFerguson2@deso.dpa.mod.uk  MOD

126 fadolfa Fuad 966 4 3964249 OtherIndustry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other  Fadol Fuad fadol@hotmail.com SAMREF

127.desertmole Charles 966-1-246-3200×2275  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Wohlrab patriot1x29@hotmail.com home

128.rdaza  Rhikk 96626547171 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy Daza rdaza@softech-corp.com Zuhair Fayez Partnership

129.Louai  Louai  0096655644728 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia    Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Airbaissa  silver bullet79@hotmail.com  sam

130.alcabdi alcabdi 65325862 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia    Ministry of Defence isack uudow@hotmail.com   embbassy

131.ABS333 ABS  44139934  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Education SOUL   SSAA51@AJEEB.COM  STUDENT

132.nasser nasser  096655444327  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia    Navy ham  nassa429@hotmail.com  nasser

133.ALOAHEED ABDULAH 4348404 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force   MUTAIRY abdulah.mutairy@psab.af.mil  rsaf

134.zuhair  Syed Moizuddin 2327019 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other  Zuhair  syed moizuddin zuhair@hotmail.com     none

135.anwar Anwar +966457893256  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army   Onassar anwarm@genie.it Gcc

136.drsidpk Siddique  096616225090 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Shahid  drsidpk@hotmail.com    MOH

137.tsida T. 96626722775 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia   Media   Sida   tsida@yahoo.com  Saudi Gazette

138.tsida2  T.96626722775 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia    Media   Sida  tsida@yahoo.com Saudi Gazette

139.faris aq  Imad +96655821678  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  Abdulqader faris aq@yahoo.com      RSAF

140.hani hani ********* Other Military  Saudi Arabia  Air Force   zahrani h al zahrani@hotmail.com  supply

141.REMA  ali 055461364  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence alhafez JMHOOR687.COM@HOTMAIL  KFAA

142.REEMA ALI  055461364 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence  ALHAFEZ ALIHAFEZ377.COM@HOTMAIL  KFAA

143.REEMAA ALI 055461364 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence  ALHAFEZ ALIHAFEZ377.COM@HOTMAIL   KFAA

144.assayegh Moh’d 96612213400  Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia   Government  Al-Sayegh  assayegh@hotmail.com   King Khaled Int’l Airport

145.zemfam Mohammed A. 966-03-6786076  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Finance Al-SAleh ttsd tsu@yahoo.com Saudi Aramco

146.REMA377 ali 055461364  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia    Ministry of Defence ALHAFEZ alihafez377@hotmail.com  KFAA

147.tawbah Ahmad +966 5 5809850  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Rail El-Tawbah  tawbaham@alj.com  ALJISR

148.rsaf 21 abo mohmmed  +96605404477 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Air Force  al aqeel leopard 42@hotmail.com Royal  Saudi arabia force

149.reemaa ali 055461364  Military-SeniorRank  Saudi Arabia      Ministry of Defence  alhafez alhafezali@hotmail.com  kfaa

150.thuqbah scott 96638720148 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization  miller  thuqbah1@netscape.net  Saudi Aramco

151.zipirzada Zia 966-3-887-0362 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  International Organization Pirzada zipirzada@hotmail.com  Lummus

152.jemeehan John 966-02-691-5380 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport/Defence  Meehan jemeehan@yahoo.com   Raymes

153.petem Pete na Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia    Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Moran   lisnpete@yahoo.com   BAE Systems

154.Cas Jim +96672213088 ext5489Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  ndustry/Manufacturing-Defence    Walkerj&dwalker@globenet.ath.cx BAE Systems

155.soweldb Dale(965) 395-1120  Other Industry/ManufacturingSaudi Arabia  International Organization  Sowell soweldb@hotmail.com      ChevronTexaco

156.shawal10 saleh 4774209 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  l  Education alkhathlan skhatlan@yahoo.com   King Saud University

157.hass#1 HASAN 0096655904332 Military-Middle Rank  SaudiArabia Navy  AL-AMRI hass nav off@yahoo.com SAUDI ROYAL NAVAL FORCES

158.gkirbage George +966-1-4600660  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Private Individual  Kirbage gkirbage@yahoo.co   First Media

159.hemie tuan 053609623 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia    Education tidore  constantia@maktoob.com  manarat

160.ewstaif abdullah +96627273769 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  al-gathami  comoff2000@yahoo.com ews

161.etwRIGHT Eric  01-1-966-246-3200 ext 2729 Other Gov/MoD   Saudi Arabia   Other  Wright  ewright@vinnellarabia.com Vinnell Arabia

162.johnhenry John  01196672212223×4224 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia   Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Anthes  johnanthes@hotmail.com  Dyncorp Inc.

163.dickmid Richard +96655369933 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace  Midwinter    dick@themidwinters.co.uk  BAE SYSTEMS

164.mshogair Mohammed +96614032115 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Other  Shogair mshogair@four-systems.com  Four Systems

165.BullseyeBBQ  Usama  1-800-get-bent  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia   International Organization  Bin Laden usasux@hotmail.com      al-Qaeda

166.Alsalam Aircraft Company Ltd   Michael 966.1.220.3966×181        Riyadh  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia 11482   Industry/Manufacturing Defence PO Box 8012  Kirkpatrick     mkirkpatrick@alsalamaircraft.com.sa   Alsalam Aircraft Company, Ltd.

167.Shoter Omar 96614820000 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Shoter  omarshoter@arabsat.com  Arabsat

168.htamimi Hani +966 2 665 9583 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other  Tamimi  htamimi@sbm.net.sa  TAMIMI CLINIC

169.aziz100 abdulaziz 56202595 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  Alsheikh  aziz100@hotmail.com  RSAF

170.Hansomegizzmo  Hans  685-6166 Government/MoD–Middle level Saudi Arabia   Other Finkbeiner  hansome@sps.net.sa  KAIA IAP

171.roys sebastian  Roy  00966-01-452 5342 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Consultancy Sebastian roys sebastian@hotmail.com Insyst Technologies

172.melksa jesse  23456789 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Air Force  pierce  jessiemelksa@hotmail.com  alasamksa

173.ADEL2002 ADEL  096656200883 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Air Force AL-TWAIJRI l4u2000@HOTMAIL.COM  ROYAL SAUDI AIR FORCE

174lookjr J 378-3390  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia   International Organization Look lookjr@mail.aramco.com.sa    Aramco

175.Solid Snake  Vaibhav 32523652 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Education   Roy  solidus snake86@yahoo.com   Indian International School

176.rashiddaud Rashid  0096648975648   Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Daud    rashiddaud@hotmail.com   jft ltd

177.Sheheryar Sheheryar  96638658330   Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Finance Ali Sheheryar@danah.com  Saudi American Bank

178.adel2002 mmm 096612431889 Other Gov/MoD Saudi ArabiaAir Force  mmm L4U2000@hotmail.com  rsaf

179.eagle sky Friedrich   0966 03 7871777 2622   Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia   Ministry of Defence   Weiss eaglemovies@hotmail.com Saudi Arabia MOD

180.fosterlen    Len  (966)14549191 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization  Foster  fosterlen@hotmail.com  El Seif Advanced Systems

181.joregate Jose Rex  2520088 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other Tenefrancia tenefranciaj@ngha.med.sa King Fahad Hospital

182.imadalkhalil imad 966-1-456-2905  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other khalil  imadalkhalil@yahoo.com  altaif co

183.kbs  khaled 966-5-541-4402 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia    Industry/Manufacturing-Defence alsoor kalsoor@hotmail.com small buissness

184.grahamstott Graham +966 2 646 3166 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance Stott graham@zajil.net   NCB

185.ib-abbas Ibrahim 043324161 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia        Ministry of Defence  Al-Abbas ib-abbas@scs-net.org Reserch Department

186.taylorwa William 966-362-1242 ext 112 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Navy  Taylor  wtaylor999@yahoo.com  King Faud Naval Academy

187.fahad1 Fahd  477-6631 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia   Consultancy  Mashabi noorlase@yahoo.com  ASAS

188.FadolFA Fuad 966 4 396-4249  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  International Organization Fadol fuad fadol@hotmail.com     Samref

189.sajialex SAJI  0096638573464 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy ALEXANDER  saji@albarrak.com    AlFalak Agency

190.zoheir25 Zoheir  966 62 541 21  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Education Beladjila   Zoheir@www.com  DAF

191.b.zoheir Zoheir 966 62 541 21 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Education  Beladjila   Zoheir@www.com     DAF

192.Arabian Advanced Systems AJ  4072154  Riyadh  Saudi Arabia    Sitteen Street  PO BOX 20129 Old Akaria Building, Office 304 Al-Abdul Jabbar erhaiz@naseej.com.sa   Arabian Advanced Systems

193.ponsoribello Ponciano  9661-483-3720  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia   Government  Oribello ponsoribello@naseej.com.sa American Embassy Riyadh

194.avicpons2422 Ponciano 9661-483-3720  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Government  Oribello  ponsoribello@naseej.com.sa   American Embassy Riyadh

195.Nasser Nasser 616085  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy  n  Alamri  nasseralamri@yahoo.com  Navy

196.Siad Abunayyan Trading Est Michael Saudi Arabia  Wagers  Siad Abunayyan Trading Est

197.northbynorthwest Paul  03 771 0449 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  Harrison   harrisonp@mgdl.com.sa  Mansour General Dynamics, Ltd.

198.selbadry salah 8591234 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Navy elbadry selbadry 77@hotmail.com  navy

199.Abuhashem Ibrahim 1245367896  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia   Government  Al-Abbas ib-abbas@scs-net.org  Reserch Department

200.alkhalasi Ibrahim 1245367896 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia      Government      Al-Abbas     ib-abbas@scs-net.org    Reserch Department

201.Ibra Ibrahim 1245367896 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia      Government Al-Abbas ib-abbas@scs-net.org Reserch Department

202.ahabjack Quentin 966 3 883 4080  Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia   Government Hays ahabjack@hotmail.com International Airports Projects

203.windows windows +96638965231 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air dso   mahaziz2000@yahoo.com asd

204.kdamer  Khalid  +96612201350  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Al-Damer        kdamer@aecl.com  Advanced Electronics

205.josedsnake Nathan  333 333 3333 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Mandernach      josedsnake@hotmail.com  OPEC

206.Lousha  Alawi ++966-5-4307595 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Al-Jifri a.aljifri@asdaa.com       Asdaa Public Relations

207.indiash idrees  96644230487 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  binharoon indiash 2001@yahoo.com  rsaf

208.idrees idrees  96644230487 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia    Air Force  binharoon indiash 2005@yahoo.com rsaf

209.Foruksa Foru +9665555555 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Ksa foruksa@hotmail.com  Foruksa

210.mizoellazizo mizo 00975362589  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence lazizo  presedentmizo@hotmail.com  King group

211.wesleichty wesley  96614424440  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other Leichty wesleichty @hotmail.com king Fisal med. center

212.aniort eric  0096626090000  Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia     Navy   aniort aniort@shabakah.net.sa rsnf

213.jaar yahya o55715624 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Education  jaar jaar@yahoo.com  avion

214.fbi003 Mohammad +96655843346 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Library Soliman fbi003@yahoo.com clerk

215.defwingriyadh@hotmail.com  Mustafizur 00-966-1-4194109        Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence Rahman  defwingriyadh@hotmail.com Defence Wing

216.malneil Malcolm 966 7221 3088 5454 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Neil malneil@yahoo.co.uk     BAe Systems

217.Kollsman Saudi Arabia Ltd Mahmoud Riyad Saudi_Arabia   l PO Box 7293  Marghoushi  mkmargoushi@hotmail.com  Kollsman Saudi Arabia Ltd

218.amy.smith Amy 438-212 Other Military Saudi Arabia Air Force      Smith ski@hotmail.com federal gov’t

219.363ets MARK 318-434-2201 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force MULLINS 363ETSLGTMCONTROL3@PSAB.AF.MIL 363 TRANSPORTATION SQ

220.khalidminhas khalid *966-2-6391888 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Media minhas urdu

221.mohammed mohammed 477777777 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Army alsubait alsubait@hotmail.com  ministry of difence

222.udhyasankar udhya 0096638955423 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other   sankarlullupayan@yahoo.com meshaal al alamiya

223.mga20001 MGA 9663 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia    Private Individual MGA  mga20001us@yahoo.com   SEC

224.sajidmalik  sajid 2755545 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Education Malik sajid@jatt.com  Kingdomschools

225.ahmedasiri Ahmed  364-3366  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Navy  Asiri ahmedasiri@hotmail.com   NTT

226.agdavis Aaron 96614760105Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  International Organization Davis agdavis@abugshan.com  AS Bugshan & Bros.

227.viper555  mohd 0096655902797  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force mosa mohdkzn@hotmail.com  royal saudi air force

228.aviationsecurity Mohsen  +966-2-6863838 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air  Elaraby avsec@saudiairlines.com.sa  Saudi Arabian Airlines

229.e1001015 alwseem 0096654769723 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force alwseem alwseem 9@hotmail.com ali

230.kauser KAUSER6760175 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other  BAIG kauser25@hotmail.com  KODAK

231.nelberon  Nelson +966 1 4660423 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle  Manager Saudi Arabia Other Bernard nelberon@hotmail.com ATLAS Factory Company

232.hatim murad hatim  02-667-1617 ext-251 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Othermurad hatim murad@hotmail.com  Saudi Arabian Airlines

233.gopiqpp Gopinath  966-3-8582112 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other JVS  gopinath90@yahoo.com SEC

234.msshelo PAUL  966-1-220-3966 x132 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual BROWN alsalamac@anet.net.sa  Alsalam Aircraft Co.

235.homestead us James 318 434-7714 Other Military  Saudi Arabia    Navy  Burany 363usmccpl03@psab.af.mil  Marines

236.lenfoster Len 14549191 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Foster fosterlen@hotmail.com  El Seif Advanced Systems

237.opticchaisma caroline  009661 4426770  Other Military Saudi Arabia   Army muir weaklikemouse@yahoo.com  KFSHRC

238.fawadnk Fawad  05-2964926 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Private Individual Khan fawadnk@yahoo.com Gulf Net

239.imtzub  imtiyaz 0096654243135 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other  ahmad  najacowf@hotmail.com najaco.com

240.ali1973 ibrahim 0024931131380 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy elnair elnair55@hotmail.com navy

241.MazharullahShareef  Mazharullah 4631277 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Shareef Mazharullah Shareef@hotmail.com Modern Scientific & Electronic Corporation

242.immi74 immi74 nil Government/MoD-Middle evel Saudi Arabia       Education immi74 immi74@hotmail.com student

243.tasawarkhan Tasawar 00-966-01-4887272 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government Khan tasawarkhan2000@yahoo.com Embassy of Pakistan

244.shayemas Mohamed 96614770478 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia   Army  Alshaye shayemas@atheer.net.sa  RSCOE

245.Xavier Xavier 054656734 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Government Gaveriaux gavxav@hotmail.com  SOFINFRA

246.sredwan Salahudeen +966 55621904 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia       Government  Redwan  sredwan@kacst.edu.sa kacst

247.hydery Qaiser 014722750 x 254 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Finance Abbas qaiser@usa.net Riyad Bank

248.ravenbasha raven 2326601 Industry/Manufacturing- Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Library basha ravenbasha@hotmail.com  home

249.Hughie Hughie 966389700316 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing – Aerospace Johnston hue 2553@hotmail.com    Bae systems

250.hadi Hadi +966 2 6693585 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Bahra hadi@saudia-online.com      Horizon Development Co.,

251.araddadi abdullah  966-2-6841587 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia  Other alraddadi araddadi@yahoo.com saudi royal flight

252 anashaiy Anas 4770477 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia   Other Abdul-Haiy  anashaiy@naseej.com.sa  AAS

253.ggg  Geoffrey 966 2560001 Industry/Manufacturing –Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Gladstone ggg@shaheer.net.sa Asnaf

254.vngrajan vellore 96655948197 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Government rajan vngrajan@sify.com k.khaled gen hospital

255.jgorman Jeff +1.602.373.4801 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Education Gorman  Jeff.Gorman@gepex.ge.com Thunderbird

256.hugues hugues 4026590 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Finance parcevaux  hparcevaux@Alfransi.com.sa  al fransi bank

257.kaiasec saleh   0096626854978 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Air Force nader kaiasec@hotmail.com King Abdulaziz International Airport

258.jubran Jubran 0196614777777/6588 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia       Army  AlAdi jubran aladi@yahoo.com  Engineers

259.bz3t0q Donald  001-966-01-246-3200 ex 2339 Industry/Manufacturing–Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security Clapp donclapp@vinnellarabia.com  Vinnell Arabia

260.s kloth@yahoo.com Paul 96612398446 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia      Army  Kloth s kloth@yahoo.com opm-sang

261.colvillejim Jim 03 341 3029 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government Colville colvillj@rcjubail.gov.sa Royal Commission

262.tommo the great Philip 00966 7 221 3088 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence        Thompson philandjean25@hotmail.com  BAe

263.rezadefence gholam  2812177 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  Private Individual reza  rezagkhan@hotmail.com  hightec

264.nouhhassan Hassan 966154252905  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Noah nouhhassan@hotmail.com  RHE (Jeriasy)

265.bjeswindell Brendan 00966-1-265-3333 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Swindell bjeswindell@hotmail.com  SABIC

266.RFWS fgf 009668957689  Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Air Force hrb Fahaid s@yahoo.com force

267.arshad bari Arshad 966 1 4622335 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Bari arshad bari@hotmail.com   Intergraph

268.yervantar Yervant + 963 21 5712516 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Government Arslanian yervantar@ajeeb.com  ssrc

269.karim knight Karim 966 5480 0000 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia  Government Knight  karim knight@yahoo.com HTE

270.hawkinscw corey 760-758-2718  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia      Other  hawkins hawkinscw@1fssg.usmc.mil  USMC

271.azizmymoon aziz 53820126 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia      Air Force  Al-Rashed azizmymoon@hotmail.com  RSAF

272.stormtrooper b +966-55535325 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Navy b  stormtrooper@maktoob.com  saudi navy

273.dahlawi Abdullah 2022578424  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Government Aldahlwi  dahlawi@ieee.org mod

274.aazim Azim 0096638870024 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Majeed  aazim@arabia.com  GulfStars Technology

275.jaspertate jasper 3643293 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Navy tate jaspertate@hotmail.com  rsnf

276.hansome Hans 966-02-685-6166 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Finkbeiner hansome@sps.net.sa KAIA

277.cnbucce Carol (703)497-8395 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government  Valdez  carol_bv@yahoo.com Government

278.yz1 yy  973-555-222-222 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia       Army zz dp@gj.com syrian army

279.Arabian Advanced hisham 4770477 Riyadh 11455    Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia    .       Consultancy P O Box 20129 Office 304 Old Akaria Bldg wassouf hisham@naseej.com.as Arabian Advanced

  1. mho Martin +966 1 476 2726 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Hofmann m.hofmann@awalnet.net.sa Mowag Motorwagenfabrik AG

281.J59526 Joseph D. 6915380 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager SaudiArabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Yuna J59526@awalnet.net.sa SALTS

282.ayazakn Ayaz 0096614050677×4760 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Khan khanayaz@email.com  STA

283.vicky143  victoria 8475409 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual lopez victoria2ksa@yahoo.com    manufacturing

284.Sandman Erik 434-8977 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia       AirForce  Lara  Erik.Lara@psab.af.mil JSRC

285.cptsky Doug 8592021754 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia   Education Evans cptsky@aol.com SALTS

286.cptsky704 Doug 8592021754 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education Evans cptsky@aol.com SALTS

287.Leanman Paul +96614195957 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia    Ministry of Defence Lenihan opsairsys@dgsap.mod.uk  MOD

288.gregleach G. C. 9661244463200  Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  International Organization Leach gregleach@vinnellarabia.com  Vinnellarabia

289.kitesurf Tim 052345344 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  l International Organization Robinsom  dooziebug@sahara.com.sa  BAe

290.Hepach  Ruediger 054202628 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Hepach  ruediger hepach@yahoo.de Heckler&Koch

291.handsome johnnie Ruediger 054202628 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Hepach  ruediger hepach@yahoo.de Heckler&Koch

292.bbaroos Noor 4657423 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Musa bbaroos@hotmail.com  fhouses

293.alfarsiaas ahmed 6854666 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Air Force alfarsi alfarsiaas@hotmail.com  kaia security

294.wellfj Fred 966-3-874-6647 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Wellman wellfj@yahoo.com  Private

295.falcon2000s raven 055456000 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Education falcon  falcon2000s@arabia.com home

296.snader saleh 26854978  Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Air Force  nader  kaiasec@hotmail.com King Abdulazez International Air Port

297.rehan1501  rehan 0464-510621 EXT 553 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government zia rehan1501@yahoo.com alft

298.randaleroy Randale 966-53-950-733 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Rushing randale@bigfoot.com  apc

299.MarcMoore Marc 966-1-482-2250 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Moore 1shadow24@msn.com Lockheed-Martin

300.zouz14 zouz 0966-2-6526010 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Research 14 ziad@taiba-im.net taiba

301.mw watson@yahoo.ie Mark 685 5614 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Other Watson mw watson@yahoo.ie Dynarabia Co Ltd

302.mutasoma Ahemd 966-3-860 2359 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Education Mutasim mutasoma@kfupm.edu.sa Aerospace Engineering

303.Yann Yann 02 652 14 14 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence MARCHAL marchal y@yhaoo.fr        THALES

304.pltaylor Peter 00966-1-454-9525 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Taylor  pltaylor@awalnet.net.sa   BAE Systems

305.Anti[podese anthony 0800n 045678 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Research nottingham ant nott@hotmail.com ISG

306.bangsimsoli Mohammed +96652924729 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia   Other Ministry  Ismaila kayanaa@hotmail.com  Embassy

307.viperjeong cheol 02-544 8978 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Education  jeong viperjeong@daum.net student

308.lim slp Phoebe 65 90491202 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport/Defence Lim lim slp@yahoo.com          ST Marine

309.hakimsa kim 650225361845 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia      Consultancy per kim kakui69@yahoo.com TNBD

310.welsonang welson 456789056 Other Military Saudi Arabia Navy      ang  welson ang@yahoo.com.sg NA

311.PCHOWATH PRAKASH 0096654598612 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual CHOWATH PRAKASHCHOWATH@YAHOO.COM  SELF EMPLOYED

312.emadamiri emad 2125888 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Media amiri emadamiri@maktoob.com aljah

313.Ody Ody 966.2.691.0828 x3709 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy  Pond odypond@hotmail.com Pond Aviation Services

314.avs Sasha 1054176 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia       Private Individual  Sal avs@mail.rcom.ru  free

315.s.jabri sahel +96394221002 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual jabri s.jabri@microsolutions-sy.com      Microsolutions

316.ahasan245 Ahmed 026476273 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Babkair bkair323@hotmail.com self-employed

317.Elyousef Mohamed 099601254879 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Media Yosef melyousef73@hotmail.com  Al Jazirah

318.Elyousssef Mohamed 099601254879  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Media Yosef  melyousef73@hotmail.com  Al Jazirah

319.jadarienzo@yahoo.com John (966) 05 321 6578       Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Legal Darienzo        jadarienzo@yahoo.com  Nokia Al-Saudia

320.Nizarl Nizar 96655214212 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Zuhair  fly2sky69@hotmail.com  Private com.

321.zengrong haha 67777777 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia        Army hehe zengrong@singnet.com.sg st engineering

322.mmaroof1 mohammed  462 5004 OtherIndustry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia l Other siddiqui siddiqui@nitp.org.sa nitp

323.kareemmonem kareemmonem 966966966966  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace  klm     kareemmonem@yahoo.com klk;l

324.kareemmonem2008 kareemmonem 966966966966 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace  klmkareemmonem@yahoo.comklk;l

325.alhowaiti Ahmed Ali 0096655620236 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy Alhowaiti ah2000ah@hotmail.com Navy

326.Salmoc sa  Sami  01-4767450 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Soubra  salmoc sa@hotmail.com  SALMOC

327.markelliottewilliams Mark   96626692111×251 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Consultancy  Williams        mark.williams@bahksa.com Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc

328.ednen2380 Adnan 4231213 Other Military Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence Shaikh  ednen2380@hotmail.com Government

329 Flying dutchman56 Dirk 26541540 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia International Organization de Boer ddeboer@37.com ICAO

330.ghadah  Ghadah  966 1 211 7545 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Finance Al-Subaie ghadah.al-subaie@samba.com.sa     SAMBA

331.alkuhaimi Mohammad +966-3-847-2777 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Al Kuhaimi      alkuhaimi@alkuhaimi.com  Al Kuhaimi Metal Industries Ltd.

332.chinnd Darrell 966-488-1280  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army Chinn chinnd@state.gov US Army

333.LisaO  Lisa  +96614887788 x 198  Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia      Government O’Brien lisa.o’brien@dfat.gov.au Australian Embassy

334.Prince Turki Saudi Arabia toksaudi@yahoo.com

335.QUDAIH ALI 882-1111 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Education QUDAIHI QUDAAA0F@ARAMCO.COM.SA MUD

336.abokaled22 ali 9665552653 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Army    moh abokaled22@gawab.com ali

337.erichat Eric +9661 2520252 ext 8706  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other Hatashita   eric hatashita@hotmail.com King Fahad Hospital

338.william smith40 william 6695547 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  n  Private Individual smith   william smith40@hotmail.com   hco

339.hmudassir mudassir 882 3057 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other hussain hmudassir@hotmail.com lucy switchgears

340.hansson27 Andreas 02317795 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia LegalHansson hansson@mailcity.com f

341.Tiger2000 K  +96655227672 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia       Air Force YOUSEF  jklove@asia.com   RSAF

342.Jamibly Baaseeri 374505  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Khalid  khal@mail2vodka.com Baaseeri Holdings

343.bhashash Bassem +96656858632 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security       Hashash bhashash@hotmail.com Kuhaimi Metal Industries

344.myownfellow Mustafa 3211014 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Government  Islam  mustafa islam@yahoo.com Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu

345.sami islam40 Sami (966-2) 689-5914 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Other Islam sami islam40@hotmail.com Yanbu Cement Company

346.saeed23263 saeed 0096614343684 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence ghamdi SAEED.GHAMDI@PSAB.AF.MIL rsaf

347.malzamzamy Maher +966 544 29541 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization  Al-Zamzamy      malzamzamy@ibcol-ksa.com  Ibcol technical services

348.aawong  Aaron 2314241 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia   Education  Wong  aawong@singapore.com ACS

349.ABED SAUD 055009090  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force  ABED ABEDSA@C2SSC.SPPN.COM RSAF

350.alsaheer khalid 0096655400956 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Education alsalloum halla3090@hotmail.com   okaz.news

351.hanir hani +96655755490 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force radwan  radwanhani@hotmail.com  Saudi Air Force

352.samaco Khalid +96655681211 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia      Navy  ghonaim Real Dream@Hotmail.com Marine

353.jedrus brett 01196614984355421 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army  jedrusiejko jedrusib@gordon.army.mil army

354.philmils Philip **96644222708 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Mills philmils@hotmail.com Bae systems

355.jauer Philippe 01 402 23 23 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance Jauer pjauer@alfransi.com Al Saudi Al Fransi Bank

356.abumazen ibrahim 00971505661812  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy  abdulrahman ibrahimabdulrahman16@hotmail.com saudi navy

357.fsheri Farooq 2089297 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other   Sheri fsheri@stc.com.sa Saudi Telecomm

358.roperrm Roswell (966) 3-878-0238 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Private Individual  Roper viperdha@yahoo.com  Saudi Aramco

359.djpearce David 318-434-8871 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army  Pearce  david.pearce@psab.af.mil 32d AAMDC

360.whatsup3 Joni 318-434-6339  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia       Air Force Spence  363EOSS/OSW3@psab.af.mil US Air Force

361.Fahad Fahad +9712 446 0434 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia      Ministry of Defence Zarah fzarah@hotmail.com Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defence

362.HUNTER F5 DODE 0096655334455 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Education AL-DODE TIGER F5@HOTMAIL.COM  SA

363.fayez fayez 02-7261721 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force   aalothman  fayez911@hotmail.com  rsaf

364.anasb anas 072231456 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia       Governmenthassan  abuanasb@hotmail.com  airforce

365.abosalih k  96655265544 ndustry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Research  ss  kalsalhi@hotmail.com engineering

366.alweld Jimmy 966-1-545-3090 X 2016 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Berry jimmy berry@udssa.com  United Defense Systems

367.ksavip Abdulaziz 96655384800 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other alsaud1 ksavip@yahoo.com  ksa

368.ash742 ali 6996565 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Government  ahmad ash742@yahoo.com  taif

369.mbarakat Barakat 009-665-420-8562 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other l Mohammad  mohammad.barakat@fourseasons.c Four Seasons Hotel

370.harrissa Stephen 96638785231 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Harrison stephen.harrison@aramco.com Saudi Aramco

371.boxalldr David 966 3 364 1234 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Boxall david.boxall@bahksa.com Booz Allen Hamilton

372.almousa Saleh 02075817070 ext 222  Military-SeniorRank  Saudi Arabia Navy Almousa salehalmousa@aol.com Saudi Embassy

373.pchapelle  philippe 00 966 2 654 88 08 344  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence  chapelle  pchapelle@voila.fr NAVFCO

374.qualitycontrol  Paul 966-3-673-2226  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia   Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Rockwell paul.rockwell@aramco.com Saudi Aramco

375.ahmedkaraki Ahmed 053 109525 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Media  Karaki ahmed karaki@hotmail.com   Riyadh news paper

376.Bongo John 966-1-218-1500, ext.35o Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy Darienzo jadarienzo@yahoo.com       URS Corporation

377.mhmd  mhmd 055336543  ndustry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance   ahmd    mhmd15@yahoo.com   azhar est.

378.waltermartz walter 0966125200881287 ther Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Government  martz martzw@ngha.med.sa King Fahad national guard hospital

379.jbirdsong  John 011-966-1-498-2480 5584 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Other Birdsong  jbirdsong3@aol.com  OPM-SANG

380.tgs1 ted  619-252-6869 Military-Senior Rank Israel stier   tgs1@cox.net judean people’ popular front

381.arkablan Abdulrazzaq  9662 6573333 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Cabalan acabalan@savola.com  Savola

382.xyros 99  munir  966-2-6712100  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Media  ado munirado@yahoo.com  madina news paper

383.kindo 11 mohammed 9665476767 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Media  al jaaber kindo 11@hotmail.com navy

384.fahd68 Fahd  96614602285  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Al fahd68@yahoo.com AG Corporation

385.ouhud adel  +96655221449 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force alsaif  ALSAIF ADEL@Hotmail.com  rsaf

386.helprog Michael 966.1.220.3966×181 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia l International Organization Kirkpatrick     mkirkpatrick@alsalamaircraft.com.sa Alsalam Aircraft Company, Ltd.

387.Fawaz Jon  0096614444444  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  Philip  hail3@hotmail.com Home

388.mcknightk Keith   966-4-421-1015 X168 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  McKnight  mcknightk81@hotmail.com   General Dynamics – Arabia

389.laleh  ms 6523565 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Research laleh lalehpkg@hotmail.com af

390.aliss0a syed   966-3-873-9508   Industry/Manufacturing- Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other  l Ali aliss0a@aramco.com.sa Saudi Aramco

391.dshuya Dale  96614777714  Government/MoD Middle level  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence  Shuya dshuya@hotmail.com Ministry of Defence/Aviation

392.sudzinsaudi  Ian 966 4 422 8960 x267 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arab Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Watson  sudz@tabuk.net  BAe

393.ferdsm  Ferdinand  96614067888 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Finance Matillano ferdsm@hotmail.com Saudi Hollandi Bank

394.www.direct Fidel Almamman  869300346 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Privat Individual el-Bakir Bobbyakhbar@7dni.tv Bobby’s Bicks

395.turkisb Turki  0096655220681 Other Military Saudi Arabia Army  Taleb   turkisb@uae.us  Sanbad

396.odypond Ody  966.2.682.7688 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Pond  ody@hotmail.com Pond Aviation Service

397.Box 7244 Israel via npk@netvision.net via Chezi Keller Box 7244

398.Correlation Systems Ltd erel  972-3-5354358  CEO   Gani Yehuda  Industry/Manufacturing – Senior Manager Israel 1 Havradim St.  rosenberg erel2@netvision.net.il  56905 Correlation Systems Ltd

399.amersh  amer 0-54822614 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Army  asiri amersh@soon.com  army

400.arclark Bob   0000  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force Clark  clark.robert.gbr@psab.af.mil  RAF

401.hanslina   Hans Rudolf  6938770/246  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence   Schmid  hanslina@hotmail.com  oerlikon-contraves

402.Vorontsova  Gary  966-1-488-2288  Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government Black  gary.black@international.gc.ca  DFAIT

403.sumeer  sumeer  966-1-4761414 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  malik   sumeermalik@hotmail.com  united defense systems

404.amri 16 saeed   0096655754381  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence  amri amri 16 2000@hotmail.com     sa

405.alarifi abdul +96655204604  Military-Senior Rank  SaudiArabia     Ministry of Defence  alarifi alareefi@zajil.net  abdul

406.centroplan Eli 972-4-8294605 Government/MoD-Senior level Israel  Naimark  merilend 111@yahoo.com Technicion

407.obhool4 Ali +4970708  Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia    Other Abdulateef obhool4@yahoo.com national guard

408.taifi  firas  96612112020  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy  taifi taifi@anet.net.sa  taifi national trading

409.Al-Areefi Trading Establishment Adbdul Al-areefi Saudi Arabia    11437  Riyadh  PO Box 28249  alareefi@zajiol.net Al-Areefi Trading Establishment

410.maherdaim  m 055491436 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Research  ahmed  maherdaim@yahoo.com  kfshrc

411.Arabasco Tala Saudi Arabia Riyadh 11642 PO Box 87076  Labban  arabasco@hotmail.com Arabasco

412.brano-r1  Brano  00966/3/8211395, ext321   Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence   Rapant  rapant@hotmail.com  Al-Faris&Co for HI

413.stringfield Jeff 66-05-446-5960  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Army Stringfield stringfie@hotmail.com  Vinnell Arabia

414.Tomoe1 Richard 96612499522 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  Timm rft 55@hotmail.com Raytheon

415.kinch229 James  00966 3 787 1777 Ext 2519 ndustry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Army Kinchin-White   kinch229@kkmch.med.sa Northern Area Armed Forces Hospital

416.Acecombat Fouzan 4734940 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Education Qadeer fouzanqadeer@hotmail.com PPS

417.or1234or 89625645 Military-Senior Rank Israel  or peles or@hotmail.co.il  home

418.atls007 ahmd 5481712 Other Military  Saudi Arabia Other mohamd  mm0mm@maktoob.com ahmd

419.sami habib  Sami 966 2 695-2278 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education  Habib   sami habib@hotmail.com  KAAU

420.Hashims Hashim Syed 966-54-164936 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other Mohammad Bin Qasim  Hashims@ns1.shaheer.net.sa CA-ME

421.dwihi ahmed 69926090000ext4231 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy  dwihi abu othman@hotmail.com ahmed

422.DavidJonnix David 009663-364-1234-extn5501 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Navy  Nixon djnixon@hotmail.com Royal Saudi Navy

423.sandhappy Stephen 0096644282977  Other Industry/Manufacturing   Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Roberts stephenpeterroberts@hotmail.com Baesystems

424.mansoume Michel 96638786139 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy Mansour drmichelmansour@hotmail.com     aramco

425.sebouari  samir 966 2 6319123 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy   bouari  sebouari@awalnet.net.sa     Arrow food Dist Co

426.jeddah28 ibrahim 656585644 Military-Senior Rank  SaudArabia   Other Ministry  ibrahim jeddah28@yahoo.com  adminstrator

427.ccloete Colin +96653225608  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Cloete ccloete@attglobal.Elite

428.NBCCELL NBC CELL 0096614781100  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force PSAB NBC.Cell@psab.af RAF

429.ibn usman IBN 96638729926 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other USMAN ahamed ms@yahoo.com SA

430.fahood fahood 5481995 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence  fahood  fahood love@hotmail.com home

431.Tarikhadi Tarik  01 461 0921 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Hadi Tarikhadi2@cs.com  SOMC

432.vip631  vip  non Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education  vipasd vip631@hotmail.com  alqazah

433.megksa  Michael 966 4 428 2977 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Grisedale montpats@nesma.net.sa  BAE

434.saud1420  saud 4969055 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  Education said saud said@hotmail.com TIC

435.ssur3o  E  9662555 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia  Education  Hap     ssur3o@hotmail.com non

436.ssur3o7 E 9662555 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia  Education Hap     ssur3o@hotmail.com  non

437.SALEEM SALEEM 4632005 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  KHAN  mkhan60@hotmail.com   AL RIYADH CENTER

438.jwkelley John 01196644210508 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Other Kelley  jwkelley2@hotmail.com GD Arrabia

439.mnradamas  Mohammed (966-55-408644) Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  AL Sabey  mohammed alsabey@hotmail.com Jash

440.HISHAMWASSOUF hisham 4770477 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy assouf hisham@naseej.com.sa  AAS

441.roveen2 ROVEEN 96635815756  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education  JOE roveen2@hotmail.com class viii

442.guestz2002  ST 00966312584560  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other Lee upthehorse@yahoo.com    MMG

443.ta ansari Tanveer Not applicable Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other  Ahmed ta ansari@yahoo.com  N/A

444.Bollocks Dave 66600769 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Library Dave johnsmith@hotmail.com Dave Inc.

445.yasirh  Yasir Haroon +96654943164 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia        Government Awan yasirh@awalnet.net.sa l NWFP UET

446.jontolson jon 0096644228960X239 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport/Defence  tolson  jon tolson@hotmail.com  BAe Systems

447.Garey Garey 96638788110  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Government  Chayra  gareyc@yahoo.com  Saudi Aramco

448.colonelbooth  LANCE  05-442-3968 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy BOOTH colonelbooth@hotmail.com  cochise consultancy

449.alhobail medical@hotmail.com  ABDULLAH   009661-2066646  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other  AL HOBAIL       alhobail medical@hotmail.com  AL HOBAIL MEDICAL OFFICE

450.jefri mohd 038571814  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other ali maljefri@hotmail.com mohd471.

451.AIJAZ  AIJAZ  * Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education   AHMED AIJAZ AJZ856@YAHOO.COM

452.rickf99 Rick 026940930×6237 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other Fairbanksrickf99@hotmail.com  Aramco

453.mmusallam  m  0033 6 80 26 4378 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Finance musallam  mmusallam@yahoo.com skab co

  1. pollako ohad 53998876 Military-Senior Rank Israel pollak opollak@hotmail.com  o & p

455.prozac Martyn  n/a Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia      Education Low u0203920@nus.edu.sg  National University of Singapore

456.alseraihi fahad  4789000 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army   alharbi alseraihi20@yahoo.com ksa

457.himj99 hashim 6529161 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance ibrahim himj99@yahoo.com  self employed

458.pocst pocst 96614762733 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army  pp pocst@msn.com pp

459.majrooh212nawaf 658475896578  Military Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy albedaiwi majrooh212@hotmail.com rsnf

460.mxgatto Marc 966-3-878-2797  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Gatto mxgatto@yahoo.ca Saudi Aramco

461.nestor lb2278 Nestor  0096653195349  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Briones nestor lb2278@hotmail.com  Safa Medical

462.sathyahari Sathya Kumar+91 422 2542414 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  OtherHari sathya hari@yahoo.com Trading

463.maxcohen max 000 000 0000 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Army cohen uclawyer@aol.com arf

464.aqaqaq ahmad 2234876 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Media  bashar  ahmadbashar@ajeeb.com  abm

465.EZZO MOHAMMED +96652224077 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education  SAAD  MOHAMMED SAAD@MSN.COM ALFAC

466.lillardy Yolanda 011-966-1-478-1100ext. 435-7030  Other Gov/MoD   Saudi Arabia Air Force Lillard yolanda.lillard@usmtm.sppn.af.mil HQ USMTM

467.mazenf-15 mazn  0096657604249  Other Military  Saudi Arabia Air Force al abdaly Egale500@hotmail.com officer

468.asallerton  andrew  009664193179 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace allerton asallerton@hotmail.com  BAE SYSTEMS

469.alnaili hisham  01/4079164   Government/MoD-Middle level  Saudi Arabia  Other Ministry  alnaili hishamalnaili@hotmail.com  saudi Foriegn Ministry

470.dvfrifr Dean 3184348801 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Other Allison dean.allison@psab.af.mil  3rd MAW

471.engeaan1 e 5632523652  Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia    Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security nasser  engeaan@yahoo.com aramco

472.tccinc Edasham 9665-649-5792 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy shicdar edashami@digi.net.sa  Hazat International

473.ANDYM62 ANDY +966 28664000 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy MACKINTOSH ANDYM62@EIDOSNET.CO.UK  HABIT CONSULTING

474.wkashmir Wael 25209131 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia   Other Kashmiri kashmiriw@yahoo.com Saudi Telecom

475.shahrani  mohammed 966 5 519-1963 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy shahrani  shahrani@myway.com  ABV

476.arlin64 ARLIN 00663-864-2881  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air ERCILLA arlin ercilla@hotmail.com  SAUDI ARABIAN AIRLINES

477.dr pathology faraj  055333758 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Government  faraj  dr pathology@usa.com  xxx

478.Chito Ildefonso IV 667-8474 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Reynoso chito@jed.sacir.com  SACIR

479.Difu Ildefonso IV  667-8474  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Other Reynoso chito@jed.sacir.com  SACIR

480.fauzanfazal Fauzan  057438964 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other Fazal fauzanfazal@hotmail.com Hadeed

481.douglasscott Douglas +966 2 6644802 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence  Scott douglasscott@talk21.com Kawasaki Helicopters Ltd

482.SAZH1416 dgfffdb 324367 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy  SAXXX   sazh1416@yahoo.com  SDSDSD

483.sumeermalik  Sumeer 4761414 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Malik   sumeermalik@hotmail.com United Defense Systems

484.gonzalesjohnno1 John  3-843-4142 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other Ministry  Gonzales  gonzalesjohnno1@yahoo.com   Saudia

485.salah78 salah 648522215  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual mosavi  salah mosavi@hotmail.com   Al jawad

486.bondudog  mick 00 966 4 422 2708 xt 179 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  International Organization  hibbert mickh sa@hotmail.com  BAe systems

487.FAISAL1962  FAISAL 4996666 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy ALFAISL ABOFAISAL1962@HOTMAIL.COM navy

488.obhool40  ali +01-4970708  Other Military  SaudiArabia  Other Ministry  abdulatif obhool4@hotmail.com National guard magazine

489.aezrets David 056-373903 Military-Senior Rank Israel Ezrets  aezrets@hotmail.com non

490.loftusdj Donald 96638784795 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Loftus  Donald.Loftus@aramco.com Aramco

491.nbernada Noel 2061150 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Bernada nabernada@hotmail.com Saleh M. Al-Hakbani Est.

492.haskings63 joe 2463200 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence haskins haskhome@hotmail.com   vinnell

493.fahad2003 Fahad A.+96655886611 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force Al-Khalifah free 2 love@msn.com  force

494.mcelrotl Tom 966 3 862-1173 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other McElroy tom.mcelroy@aramco.com  Saudi Aramco

495.WJHamel James 8022234380  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence Hamel WJHamel@adelphia.net Maple Leaf Counseling

496.ksa99 Joel 966-1-482-9329 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  International Organization Brown mojo@cyberia.net.sa  BAE Systems

497.ianstockton an 0096638826780×283 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force  Stockton ianstockton@lotus3.com  7 Sqn

498.bizksk  Suk Ki  966 1 280 0966  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy Kim bizksk@empal.com  Fourth Pyramid Co

499.azzamo Mohammad 00966 2 6573030 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Consultancy Azzam mohammad.azzam@fthgulf.com Financial Transaction House

500.ksadik khaled  966-1-463-2211 ext 18  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  sadik  khaled@samsco.net   samsco

501.saadmariq  saad  0096654749009  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia   Media  mariq  saadmariq@yahoo.com  Aser

502.randyecampbell randy 838 7373 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  Government  campbell randyecampbell@hotmail.com  government school of saudi arabia

503.liwaa ashraf 0096614091613 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia  Finance null barwoma barwoma@hotmail.com  liwa al asma

504.larryspray Larry 3184343767  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force  Spray larry.spray@psab.af.mil USAF

505.zarah Fahad +971506116768 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence  Zarah  f salamh@yahoo.com  Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defence

506.Samer Samer 000000000000 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Education  Ahmed 1-1@myway.com  Samer Ahmed

507.adamyahya Adam  966229856632  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Yahya   adamyahya@hotmail.com adlakjl

508.mike embo  edward  96652976277 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy  embleton  mike embo@hotmail.com   dar al riyadh

509.darsh   darsh  2456875 Other Military  Saudi Arabia Finance hadi    dar nus@hotmail.com   kss

510.fox2000k khalid 055711867 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Air Force al ghalbi  fox2000k@yahoo.com  home

511.fox2000f khalid  055711867  Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force al ghalbi fox2000k@yahoo.com   home

512.fox2003k  khalid  055711867 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Air Force  al ghalbi fox2000k@yahoo.com home

513.fox2003f khalid 055711867 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force al ghalbi fox2000k@yahoo.com  home

514.shannan GHADA  0096394344330  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Other ALHIJA shannan@scs-net.org A.SH CO

515.junk nemr  96614776000  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy  nemr  sharq712@yahoo.com navy

517.saswata Saswata 966 1 4910227  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Maulik  sasma50@yahoo.co.in  Al Essa Industries

518.gohaichoy Joel +96648472151 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government  Manego  gohaichoy@yahoo.com ABV ROCK GROUP KB

519.janes mil kevin  +966-3-341-9451 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other sterling kevinsterling@bigfoot.com   GEMS

520.donazzamo  Mohammad +9662 657 3030  Other Industry/Manufacturing   Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Azzam  mohammad.azzam@fthgulf.com Financial Transaction House

521.beeshaa Abdul-Razak 96638622892  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other AL-Beesh beeshaa@yahoo.com   ARAMCO

522.dajani Mohsen  9662233881 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force  aldajani dajanimohsen@hotmail.com  rsaf

523.hobie17 Nigel 61733196229 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence  Human nigel@hobie17.com BAE Systems

524.tameem2 suliman 96655151078  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia   Ministry of Defence alkhalifah sskhali@hotmail.com m.o.d.a

525.mannyde75 Manny +96612414749 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other de Masi mannyde75@lycos.com WESA

526.diaa120 diaa  966 026 570 527 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Private Individual   ahmed diaa ahmed@hotmail.com alamthal

527.rabih Albert 052338927 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other soueidi rabih48@hotmail.com  specialized food

528.monn Raymund +96646283019 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other  Badilla monnb@yahoo.com IIEE

529.rmbadilla  Raymund +96646283019 Other Industry/Manufacturing   Saudi Arabia  Other  Badilla monnb@yahoo.com IIEE

530.MartinHofmann Martin +966 1 463 3920 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  Hofmann martin.hofmann@mowag.com.sa  Mowag

531.ahaf Lior 99999999 Military-Middle Rank Israel Sahaf lior sahaf@hotmail.com  bla

532.Polska 1 Jakub 466-789 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia International Organization  Fedorow yanusz@aol.com Saudi Oil

533.hotstudio hamza  054981929  Other Military Saudi Arabia Private Individual  alshokani  hotstudio@hotmail.com   khobar

534.firechief00 Anthony +966-5-485-1497 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Cole fyrguru@me.com  Saudi Aramco

535.malayube Mohammed  00 966 57 487147  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Al-Ayubi malayube@hotmail.com   El Ajou Group

536.s3ud saud 4646454445 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Army  saud s3ud 220@hotmail.com saudsaud

537.mohamed taif49 Mohamed 00 966 2 6658667  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Other TAIF mohamed taif49@msn.com  hoome use

538.j3ja Rej Winlove 4191951 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Government  Jaca  j3ja@yahoo.com  SASCO

539.khanbali khaled  0096655253974  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Research  hanbali khaled@jpi.com.sa  jpi

540.naleem  Naleem 0096614568921  Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Government  Varghese  naleem@nahil.com.sa   Nahil

541.g5115g  Abdul 966 55 385858  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  PrivatIndividual  Daham   G5115g@yahoo.com NFJ

542.partykkj  kim  966-3-876-4837 OtherIndustry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other partyka jimpartyka@yahoo.com  Aramco

543.hishamonline Hisham  8919004 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  Education  Alo hishamonline@hotmail.com  UPM

544.gearhead 1 1Steve  966-878-4701 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Smith gearhead 1 1@yahoo.com Saudi Aramco

International Organization  Qadeer tajammul aqadeer@hotmail.com  Jatco

545 firas75 firas  8854784 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Consultancy h firas75@gmx.net  fawaz

546.abm707  abo remas  0096655902740 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Navy mt abm706@hotmail.com av

547.abu3m ana 055555555 ilitary-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Other antom   abommm@hotmail.com  anawantom

548.azrag111 naif  +96655472068 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force alotaibi naif1393@yahoo.com  rsaf

549.azrg-111  naif +96655472068  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force alotaibi naif1393@hotmail.com  rasf

550.naif1393  naif +96655472068  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia   Air Force  alotaibi  naif1393@hotmail.com  rasf

551.bojnik Ramo + 966 3 821 13 95 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Road   Krivdic rkrivdic@hotmail.com Abdullah Al Faris & Co. for Heavy Industries

552.yousefsartawi yousef + 96614882211  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Other saleh yousefsartawi@yahoo.coml korean embassy

553.omarseraj omar 0096653456865 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Education hassn Mulla o@hotmail.com  omar

554.mrevision majed  96612214587 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security alrashidmrevision@aol.com sonic jet

555.luhaidanAbdul+96655472633Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Consultancy  luhaidan  luhaidan@yahoo.com  Nhj

556.sss mmm syed  0096638211395 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence haroon  smharoon@hotmail.com  ahi

557.Pkloth Paul 498 2480 X5201 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace   Kloth   s kloth@yahoo.com  AlSalam

558.jmarom Marom 39445387 Military-Senior Rank  Israel  Jonathan        jmarom@hotmail.com  IDF

559.rawafmr M  3851508  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia    Private Individual   R  rawafmr@yahoo.com a

560.mr mohamed  M  3851508 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  R rawafmr@yahoo.com a

561.iyad1ali Iyad +966-1-2320242 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Ali commercial@al-dhahry-group.com al dhahry group

562.amer222 moh 3171971 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia    Navy tham  aboamer@yahoo.com emb

563.Pawbroon Ken 482 4686 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization  McKenzie ken mckenzie@hotmail.com Zan

564.SHIFAQ1 shifaq  NON  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia    Private Individual   hyfo  WWW.shifaq1@ hotmail AF

565.Tomkins Jane 00 966 3 8981542 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia    Education Lanagan jane lanagan@yahoo.co.uk   N/A

566.blewman James  +966 2 2201794  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Sea/Shipping   Blewman james blewman@yahoo.com   Siyanco Dpa

567.bearddw DW  966-3-8766746 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other  Beard  bearddw@netscape.net  Saudi Aramco

568.garban4u walaa 6954000 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Library garban  garban4u@yahoo.com    library

569.suresh nov suresh  09662 6555793 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy nair suresh.nair@salemyork.com YORK

570.amallpink Zakir 0096658126299  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia   Research Hussain amallpink@hotmail.com  personal

571.pinkamall Zakir 0096658126299 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Research Hussain amallpink@hotmail.com   personal

572.mossad123 Zakir 0096658126299  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Research  Hussain amallpink@hotmail.com personal

573.123 indias  Zakir   0096658126299  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization   Hussain  amallpink@yahoo.com  personal

574.love aha  hassan  000000000000  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  abdoullah love aha@hotmail.com  hassan

575.theneyan theneya 0096655220669 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Library altheneyan  tya103@hotmail.com  obeikan book shop

576.art5970a 5525856 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Government   alsultan tosultan 2002@hotmail.com  employee

577.davidloos david  009245387654365 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Research davidson rbahman81@yahoo.com  alkefah

578.groups2004 fahad 0996655491630 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army  alharbi groups2004@yahoo.com  army

579.sugairas Abdullah 966-3-8774679  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia   nternational Organization  Sugair  sugairas@hotmail.com Aramco Aviation

580.SuluBay Dan 96626820030 x 5580 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence Wood wood@saudiacity.com  Saudi Arabian Airlines

581.shahsyed shah 4862178 nGovernment/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Education  shahsyed11@yahoo.co.uk  middle east school

582.jubran86 Jabran 96654143787 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army Al Adijubran aladi@yahoo.com Engineers Corps

583.ehud am ehud 054-123456 Other Industry/Manufacturing Israel am ehudam@yahoo.com Private Individual

584.baldrick  Barney  09661 45280288Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  Barnes  captain@sbm.net.sa   Barnes

585.PeterHughes Peter   0207240099  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Air Force  Hughes  peter hughes ksa@msn.com   Royal Saudi Air Force

586.janni24 mosa 14561245  Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence mohad fadiatoh@hotmail.com government

587.alrashedboy sss  12345678  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force aaa  alrashedboy@hotmail.com government

588.mojahed M 1236540 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Air Force M themojahed@hotmail.com  air force

589.mazen500 mazen 0096655147884 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force alabdaly Egale500@hotmail.com  ac

590.tariqm tariq 096654967197 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy mesfer  tarigamdi@hotmail.com RSNF

591.alawimh Mustafa 96636781538 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Sea/Shipping  Alawi   alawimh@aramco.com.sa Saudi Aramco

592.mustmh Mustafa 96636781538  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Sea/Shipping   Alawi  alawimh@aramco.com.sa  Saudi Aramco

593.thamerali Thamer 0096655711344 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Education Al-Garni thamer @hotmail.com  King Abdulaziz University

594.hishamonline1 hisham  8728315 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Education ali hishamonline@hotmail.com  upm

595.ALKHERAIJI FAHAD +96614646258 EXT 113  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Other AL-KHERAIJI  alkheraiji@zajil.net AL-KHERAIJI BOOKSHOP

596.ronby Ron 052-427757 private Hod-HaSharon Other Military Israel 4a Neta’ym street Ben-Yosef  ron by@yahoo.com 45310 IDF

597.aelamrousy Ashraf +966 5 411 0374 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence El-Amrousy      setsmd@arab.net.sa  S.E.T.S

598.flaps eric 4671949 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia   Private Individual  rubio flaps74@hotmail.com  na

599.fayezaalothman fayez 7348684 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force aalothman  fayez911@hotmail.com  7th wing

600.someone1 dfg sdf Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Army dfgdg  matija.jekovec@kiss.uni-lj.si  sdf

601.al3mdh khalid 96655101944 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence   rwais   rwais1944@yahoo.com  goverment

602.erw325 Erwin 988-58117800  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Government  Abuan eabuan@stc.com.sa   Saudi Telecom

603.rayyan mazhar +96655292379 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Private Individual  aziz speedbuzz@hotmail.com bex air

604.petroconnectADNAN  0096656654965  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization    KHAN    petroconnect@msn.com  PetroConnect International

605.FARHAN  MOHAMMAD 0096655446861  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  Consultancy  ALFARHAN    FARHAN530@YAHOO.COM  FARHAN ENGINEERING

606.defatnl Joost 6955265 Defence Attach? Tel Aviv  Military-Senior Rank  Israel POBox 33379  de Graauw nldeftel@inter.net.il 61333 ministry of defence

607.alnajem8 mohammed 4777777 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Army alsubait alsubait@hotmail.com land forces

608.polit guy Moh’d 0096652605532 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other  Labib   Polit guy@hotmail.com  Hesco

609.rsafc4i John 96658213952  Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Air Force Griffith jonjibril@msn.com       Kollsman

610.mazen45 mali 009657530169 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia    nResearch  alhaj  sy45sy@hotmail.com dema co

611.martinmcmahon Martin 0096656216385 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Finance McMahon martin.mcmahon@sabb.com.sa  Saudi British Bank

612.zahidayar Zahid  8606392  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education  Ayar  s996081@kfupm.edu.sa   KFUPM

613.ana93 ana  0096612284509 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy  ana mohamedmlahi180@hotmail.com  ana

614.YOUH YSF 4740933 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia   Research  Kathi  YOUH1@hotmail.com  Anchor est

615.abusaleh Abu Saleh M  0096614192007 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Hussain abusaleh@aimcoksa.com Arabian Intl Mktg Co Ltd

616.wewe1 walid 0096655288595  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Research  NASEER  wzreer@hotmail.com  ISE

617.BnSaadan ibrahim NA Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy Bnsaadan  BnSadaan@hotmail.com  SRF

618.inteldave David 011-966-3-859-0085-1947 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Miller  dammad365@aol.com  DynCorp International Aerospace Operations

619.eagre06 eagre 054738002 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air  Force  hunter eagre06@yahoo.com  pilot

620.shmuel roth shmuel  972-58-344674 vp technologies Herzliya    Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Israel  13 Maskit St    roth    shmuel@genoacolor.com  46733 genoa color technologies

621.nasmej Nasir 9661 4192112 ext 40 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Hossain nasir@mejdaf.com Mejdaf Trading Group

622.bari ibrahim Dr, Abdulbari  +966-2-6408010  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Education  Ibrahim bari ibrahim@yahoo.com King Abdulaziz University Hospital

623.hamad3711 hamad 55568241 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Navy al bishi hamad3711@hotmail.com  missile

624.mh0487 Marina 966-2-6823434 ext:308  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other  Hardy mh0487@aol.com Sofab Aerospace

625.nashmi2002 salih  96633306666 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force saeed  ssmmg2002@hotmail.com  F-15

626.cggnaz Conde 96638323788 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other  Garcia  nazco@sahara.com.sa  NAZCO

627.najjarhm Hashim +966-3-874-6695 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Najjar hashim.najjar@aramco.com   Saudi Arabian oil Company

628.brgat ahmad  055590247 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  Government  brgat brgat@msn.com  alfaraj est

629.basemfallatah basem  96659395431 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace fallatah basemfallatah@hotmail.com   aacc

630.jessiemelksa jesse 9662495000 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  pierce  jessiemelksa@hotmail.com  alsalam aircraft

631.hackbd Hack 8372634 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence  Bd  hackbd@rediffmail.com Self Service

632.jeremyparkhouse Jeremy 96638829977 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Parkhouse jeremyparkhouse@yahoo.co.uk  BAE Systems

633.petenadia Peter 0096614540803  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Gaughan petenadia@hotmail.com BAe Systems

634.tallevy tal 972-3-900-8000 Military-Senior Rank Israel levy    tall@bvr.co.il  bvr

635.Dave679 Dave 00966 55 912926 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Simkins dave.simkins@baesystems.com  BAESYSTEMS

636.arams/log AL 696-3940 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other RAMSEY alramsey837@yahoo.com  DIFA/SUPPLY

637.afidas AL 696-3940 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other RAMSEY  alramsey837@yahoo.com  DIFA/SUPPLY

638.sayedma sayed 966 1 477 2606Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other awad sayed@awalnet.net.sa  manco

639.aecom ahmed  0096614825549  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Army  alakresh  ahmed-aecom@saudi.net.sa  aecom

640.sam nov11 Saeed 011-966-5-428-3091 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance Marzouq ssalem@riyadbank.com  Royal Bank

641.tac-p abdullah 096654798425  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force alqahtani shfshf3@hotmail.com rsaf

642.seamanw sea 55371454 Other Military Saudi Arabia Air Force man  seaman010@hotmail.com dahran

643.pilotA300 ABDULLAH 0096653418576  Government/MoD-Middle level   Saud Arabia Government ALMUTAIRI pilotA300@hotmail.com  PILOT

644.ghq07 s 00966145911722 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Other a www.ghq0@yahoo  we

645.asimtahir ASIM  96614527504 Government/MoD-Senior evel Saudi Arabia  Government tahir asimtahir@hotmail.com  stc

646.hlimor Haim 8701935 demolition specialist Haifa Military-Middle Rank Israel Maimon 22 Limor hlimor@matav.net.il  32585 L5

647.aecomsec Zulfikar 966-1-482-5549  Other Military  Saudi Arabia   Other  Salih  aecom@saudi.net.sa  Aecom Security Systems

648.aalsahhaf ahmed 96655481613 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Education alsahhaf aalsahhaf@hotmail.com  jas

649.ahmedalsahhaf ahmed 96655481613`Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Education  alsahhaf aalsahhaf@hotmail.com jas

650.abo riyadh saleh +96653024230 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia   Research harbi   abo riyadh@hotmail.com riyadh est

651.kilpatinksa@hotmail.com Robert  01196633574951 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Kilpatrick   kilpatinksa@hotmail.com Saudi ChevronPhillips

652.ahh54 Abdul Hameed +966-5647-9638  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  OtherHassan  ahh54@hotmail.com Zan Trading Co., Ltd.

653.Neverwinter Aous 011-3331113 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Omran ao neverwinter@address.com scs-net666.jsoujah

654.Jake 96614600033 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security  Soujah  jake@eggme.com EG&G Middle East

655.salehbnm Saleh 966-53408155 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Binmohsen  bnmohsen@orbitplus.net AEC Elctronics

656.ALOTAIBIN  nawaf 2103851808 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army  alotaibi NF1133@yahoo.COM S.A.ARMY

657.bijujose Biju 8340 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Private Individual   Jose  ac8@muhaidib.com Private Individual

658.Fedayn Fedayn 010232245423 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  Fedayn  dahlemtrex@hotmail.com  Home

659.yaghi Husam +966-1-273-5501 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy Yaghi   yaghi@ezalsahra.com   EzAlsahra

660.Wilsonaf  Alvin 966-1-478-2066  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia   Finance  Wilson  wilsonaf@aol.com  Banque Saudi Fransi

661.maldoaij mansour 00966 1 2071000 Other Gov/MoD   Saudi Arabia   Otheraldoaij import@aldoaij.com Mansour al doaij gen. trdg. est

662.arieldinero ariel 0119661249-9538  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace dinero  bkc1961@hotmail.com  al salam aircraft co.

663.mfadol Mohamed 2345678 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  Fadol m fadol@yahoo.com  MAF

664.hussain lsh Hussain 00 966 2 6759045 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  Mahmoud hussain lsh@yahoo.com Logistics Support House

665.or1234or 89625645 Military-Senior Rank Israel or peles or@hotmail.co.il  home

666.gctiep  MOHAMMAD 4461533 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other HANIF AKHTAR gctiep@zajil.net GULF CHAIN TRADING EST

667.regerian Ronie  +966-1-4725516  Government/MoD-Middle level  Saudi Arabia Consultancy Gerian  ssc@saudisecurity.com  Saudi Secuity Consultant

668.timmoran Timothy 4551513ext161 Other Military  Saudi Arabia Air Force  Moran  timmoran@hotmail.com  RSAF

669.rizwanriaz rizwan 4776777 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy  riaz   rizriaz@hotmail.com  military

670.salimss salim 96653610243 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy aloufi p q70@hotmail.com ss

671.Jehova Yonatan 972-58-574761 Herzlia Pituach Military-Senior Rank  Israel Alexander Yanay 16  Bokovza jva@wazup.com    a

672.alzabine baori 054809220 Military Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy  albadr  alzabine@yahoo.com  navy

673.binoytm Binoy +9663 8872700 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Mathew  binoytm@yahoo.com   Al-Bilad Est.

674.alikarim M Ali0096626374391 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Karim  aaksa2003@yahoo.com   Jeddah Cable Company

675.lashanz Sher 4747474 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Other Khan lashanz@hotmail.com Al-Najdain

676.fawad66 Fawad 966 3 8370564 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Fayyaz  fawad.fayyaz@engineer.com   Ali M. Al Ahmed Trading Est

677.kamblepp Peter 873-7660 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other  Kamble kamblepp@aramco.com.sa Aramco

678.rsz2200 omel 4777777 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Army maro   rsz2200@yahoo.com army

679.sulnas sul 96614929238 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force nas sulnas@37.com SRAF

680.lpwall william 00196612413267e1159 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace  wall jr.  lpwall916@hotmail.com    mepc

681.amutab A 053883017 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Government Mutab amutab@yahoo.com  secorty

682.fayez10 fayez  012801339  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  abdu   fayez 79@maktoob.com  rsaf

683.kaljalal Khalid 01-2520252 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia  OtherJalal kaljalal@yahoo.com  NGHA

684.AlanKennedy Alan 966-1-4520000×1345 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Legal  Kennedy alankennedy@graffiti.net SASO

685.eyall Levin -9253607 Software Development Manager Petach Tikva  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Israel  K. Arie 20 Shenkar St.  Eyal

686.saeron cirrus +966052  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force cirrus  saeronx@hotmail.com air force

687.bingodus  bin 4996666 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Navy godus   bingodus@yahoo.com    rsnf

688.xavierlouis Xavier 00966-52854734 l Industry/Manufacturing- Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Consultancy  Louis xlouis@rgtsgroup.com Al Raha Group for Techical Services

689.waqar776  waqar  0096657789843  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia   International Organization rizvi   waqar776@hotmail.com PricewaterhouseCoopers

690.mcevoy784 Richard 099614882239 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Army McEvoy  richard.mcevoy@fco.gov.uk HMF

691.vkdilip Dilip +96655811283 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Research  VK vkdilip@yahoo.com ISS

692.faisalnajib Faisal 0096659421664 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air            NAjib faisalnajib@hotmail.com  ArtEx

693.qute111 ahmed 96655219962 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Government al maimoni qute111@hotmail.com  rsadf

694.egasper Edward  +966 3 8010444 x 143 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other Gasper edwardgasper@rediffmail.com  Schlumberger

695.jessemel jesse 966-2499727 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia International Organization pierce jessiemelksa@hotmail.com   alsama

696.nafiskhan Nafis +966 2 636 0501 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Khan    nafis.khan@att.netHidada Ltd

697.mnarh mohsen +966-53-08420 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia   Library ahmad mnarh@hotmail.com  almanar

698.moony moony X ndustry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance Q moony s@hotmail.com   X

699.lalazar salem 226680  Military-SeniorRank Saudi Arabia Navy salam   lalazar@yahoo.com  cdr

700.NavySection Alan 0096614195957×4045 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Government Shepherd  shipswe@dgsap.mod.uk UK MoD Team SAP

701.Papacharlie  Paul Riyadh 249-9993 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Carlin  paulxcarlin@yahoo.com.sg  Jadawel International

702.thalia KHALED  055583133 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  Army AL-ZAHRANI KHALED-658@HOTMAL.com  ssr

703.club KHALED 055583133 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia    Army  AL-ZAHRANI KHALED-658@HOTMAL.com ssr

704.khalid1404 khalid  09663461918 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Education al-zahrani khaled 658@hotmail.com jubail industrial college

705.voxsam  Samy +95555555555 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Navy sam voxsam1@yahoo.com comp

706.esmail esmail  6846546784 Other Military Saudi Arabia Navy  naddaf  nizar i@email.ro ports

707.tiger80 fahad  0091026770766  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy thakur  fahad thakur@hotmail.com  ARTS

708.Hellfire2003 Caparzo 00966-52823984 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Research  Hellfire joveni 30@yahoo.com WAU

709.Irons Larkland 966-1 217-0056 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other  Irons ironslarkland@hotmail.com  Advanced Testing Technologies Arabia Company Limited

710.fawaz fawaz  055451912 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army  alfawaz falfawaz@yahoo.com  MODA

711.rafhan m 00966 1 4647760 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  j rafhan@excite.com  rafhan

712.howifi ZIZ  4455000 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Law Enforcement/Security  HOWIFI  HOWIFI@YAHOO.COM  CD TELECOM

713.alhefni mohamed 966012463200  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia  International Organization hefny alhefni@hotmail.com  vinnell corporaion

714.Lubyanka  Gordon  0096633400470  Government/MoD-Middle level  Saudi Arabia  Education Logan gordonehil@lycos.co.uk Jubail Industrial College

715.alhulwah khalaf 096655449192 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Government alhulwah  alhulwah@yahoo.com  Ministry of commerce & Industry

716.samrsnf sam 1234 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia      Private Individual  a sami6669@hotmail.com mployer

717.alhejailan conrad +96614761414 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence isidro  cisidro@hejailan.com  alhejailan

718.alhejailangroup faisal +96614761414Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence alhejailan  cisidro@hejailan.com  Al Hejailan Group

719.Al-Abdali  Mohsin  966 53359960  Boss Jeddah Saudi Arabia Private Individual PO Box 2432 Al-Abdal boss@mfaahq.com 9662 668-5023   MFAA

720.Office of Dr Muhhamad Eid El Etaibi  Nenita  455 11 21 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  International Organization      Espena  nitz e@yahoo.com  DR. MUHAMMAD EID EL ETAIBI PRIVATE OFC

721.famhg Fawaz 0096654816124 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  Hashem famhg@hotmail.com Engineer

722.beuzidou hugues 002221 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance parcevaux hparcevaux@alfransi.com.sa   bsf

723.tozan Mueyyet 96638604637 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Education Tozan tozan@kfupm.edu.sa  KFUPM

724.mtozan  Mueyyet 96638604637 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Education Tozan tozan@kfupm.edu.sa KFUPM

725.Farooqi Ahmed 442-7760 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other Farooqi farri32@hotmail.com  King Faisal Hospital

726.bainesms Michael 966-05-900-6374 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy  Baines  bainesms@msn.com U.S. Navy

727.Al-Hejailan Group  Hani E Riyadh 1141 Saudi Arabia PO Box 9175 Defence And Securty Division  Al Dabbagh healdabbagh@ksaits.com Al-Hejailan Group

728.mobysam mohammed 966435456 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Navy sam  mohammedalmossa@yahoo.com.uk  navy sd

729.gjhgfgdfdxcdv mohammad 038151403 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Education jerrar  jerrar25@hotmail.com school

730.Frankinet Philippe 01-2486170 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Frankinet       tesphil@atheer.net.sa FN

731.alsulaim khalid  055828247 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia   Air Force al-sulaim  al sulaim@hotmail.com RSAF

732.de232 abdallh 0033618247282  Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Navy marsal  marsal123@hotmail.com  navco

733.Friedrich101 Friedrich  0966 03 7871777 2729     Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Army Weiss fred sa@hotmail.com KKMC

734.nafnosh NIzar 96612075055 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Other Nakshabandi  nizar97@hotmail.com   KKUH

735.syedshafiahmed  Shafi +966-2-6634276 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization  Ahmed   shafi@elajgroup.com  Elaj Healthcare Services

736.ALSAQER KHALED  026876041 Government/MoD-Senior level  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-AerospaceAL-AMRY RKHALED99@HOTMAIL.COM KHA

737.LOJAIN ALI 055852803  Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Air Force  ALFUSAILY ALFUSAILY@HOTMAIL.COM  SA

738.jabba65 Zahid 4825766 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia      Consultancy  Akhtar  zma777@hotmail.com Al-Falak

739.balinda Balinda +25008412583 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army  Joseph  balinda@rwanda1.com  RDF

740.kibrahims Ibrahim 0096638979956 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancyl Sheriff sheriffik@rabita.net     Rabita Consultancy Service

741.deadheat rommel 4632850  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia    l Private Individual l dizon mohandes@eudoramail.com admc

742.trevd62 Trevor  +966 4 1 485 0288 ext 165    Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia       Industry/Manufacturing-AerospaceDootson trevd62@msn.com BAE Systems

743.kalami kareem 00966-55655497 OtherIndustry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education alami ak47ksa@hotmail.com kfupm

744.davej523 dave 0966387654659 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace jones davej 523@yahoo.co.uk bae

745.dinero ariel 96612499538 Other Military  Saudi Arabia       Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace dinero bkc1961@hotmail.com al salam aircraft

746.fai401 khaled 0096655489960 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Army  alsalem fai401@msn.com rslf

747.robertsr roberto +966 3 8577119 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia International Organization geronimo r.sr.geronimo@ballast-nedam.com Ballast Nedam International

748.frh623326 12 0960124482 Other Gov/MoD  Saudi Arabia Private Individual 155 frh623@hotmail.com njknjknk

749.malkque malk  o966 1 4656012 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual que  malkque@lycos.com Hadagh house

750.mandaragat orlando +966 2 6293366 ext 228  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Other digma orlando.digma@sadafco.com     sadafco

751.moizmuqri Moizuddin 0096656366460 Other Industry/Manufacturing   Saudi Arabia Private Individual  Muqri extreme xman@hotmail.com      None

752.magree Shahryar 0096614777777  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army hafiez  buddy115@hotmail.com saudi army

753.kiken kiken 914028942 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual kiken  therbh@hotmail.com dsad

754.kikenj kiken 0119613911007 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  kiken therbh@hotmail.com dsad

755.securenutt Pete 00-1-966-498-5712 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia       Government Nutt panutt@vinnellarabia.com OPM Security Services

756.gsubhi saeed 96655278385 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Education subhi gsubhi@yahoo.com ksal

757.ASMZQ ali 055909602 Other Military  Saudi Arabia Navy l qahtani aliq373@hotmail.com EFTC

758.BLACKWOLF Black 055902151 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy Wolf blackwolf@gawab.com RSNF

759.BLACKWOLF1  Black 055902151 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia      Navy Wolf blackwolf@MAKTOOB.com RSNF

760.tmardam Talal 966 2 6982222 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Mardam-Bek tmardam@hotmail.com Khojah Group

761.sachinvanjara Sachin 4067888 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Finance Vanjara svanjara@shb.com.sa SHB

762.fozi sabri 00966 3 8822300  Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Research  abdullh sabero80810iap@hotmail.com KFIA

763.alqaissi22 g.s 4589768 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force   aq  alqaissi 22@hotmail.com razy

764.desertr27  rashed  966 01 2791775 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Other rahman desertr@hotmail.com c tech

765.amre999 saleh 056401366 Other Military  Saudi Arabia Other hamed  amre999@hotmail.com saleh

766.aftamoh mohammed 96655655633 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Army  aftan  aftanmoh@hotmail.coml air defense

767.rayquco idrees  96641454554  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  indiash rayquco 2003@hotmail.com  air force

768.kevinscraig  Kevin  0096656845710 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Craig   kevinscraig@hotmail.com  DHL

769.sharukh007  ather 4601040 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia       Army  ahmed ather@anet.net.sa mil

770.HRWILLIAMS  HAROLD 850-939-1619 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Education WILLIAMS BLACK393@AOL.COM  DYNCORP

771.asbz ram 024056210 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy    almori almori6677f2000@hotmail.com contro

772.aamirjanjua Aamir 00966-1-4527518 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Other Mahmood aamir mah85@hotmail.com null STC

773.mdzafarali Mohammed  +96614192112 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Other Zafar Ali mdzafarali@hotmail.com Mejdaf Trading Group

774.mosaed3030 mohammed 966777644333 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force fahhad  mosaed101@hotmail.com rsaf

775.fokkerdseven Tom  4282977 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Air Force Tomlinson desertplanes@mailsnare.net         BAE

776.josemon Josemon 966 14825549 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other k Air@riy-s1.saudi.net.sa AEcom Security Systems

777.porkbelly c 0000000000  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace p    porkbelly@awalnet.net.sa bae

778.usmaneghani Usman +96658898679 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force Ghani usmaneghani@yahoo.com Pakistan Air Force

779.mshar24 mshar 96654677652  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia   Navy sulim  malserhane@yahoo.com fleet

780.maxton2000 maxton  0096612830942 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Government pan  maxton2000@hotmail.com  Embassy

781.azazazcoco abdo  96654624791 Military-Middle Rank SaudiArabia      Navy  ali coco20032@hotmail.com az

782.ahmedimran99 Ahmed 966-1-2311881 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air        Abubaker ahmedimran99@yahoo.com SAMCO

783.azizjama Abdulaziz 966-3-8541607 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Government  Al-Jama azizaljama@yahoo.com MOH

784.yosefomar yosef 00966-53274968  Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  Private Individual kanan k yosef@hotmail.com building lighting

785.s1r7murshed88 saeed 033416578 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Research  alenazi s1r7murshed88@yahoo.nz.co   eng

786.Moazhussain Moaz  966-03-346-5857  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Other Hussian goodguy 450@hotmail.com  Student

787.Moazbinhussain Moaz 966-03-346-5857 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Hussian goodguy 450@hotmail.com Student

788.arjuns223 arjun 00 966 01 4884136 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Government singh consriyadh@hotmail.com Government

789.admiral43 admiral43 96655775577  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  asm  admiral43@lycos.com   RSAF

800.almhlhl mohammed 055201888 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Media aaljabir almhlhl2003@yahoo.com l suaida communication

801.almhlhl2003 mohammed  055201888 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Media aaljabir almhlhl2003@yahoo.com suaida communication

802.busbait Abdulaziz 96638622900 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Busbait abdulaziz.busbait@aramco.com Saudi Aramco

803.DEHME DEHME 026377777 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy    HARBI TA2002HA@HOTMAIL.COM  ROYAL NAVY

804.mazenmalas Mazen +96655418663 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Malas msmalas@hotmail.com   RAMAT

805.rf111c John 0096652876543 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia       Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  Smith dooziebug@hotmail.com Bae Systems

806.pjvr99 Peter +66 5 203 9918 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other van Rensburg  pjvr99@yahoo.com DIFA O&M

807.apple12345 qwerty 123456789 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Government qwerty  qwerty@qwerty.com qwerty

808.Nanji Abbas Waris 3410109 x 3856 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other Nanji nanjiaw@marafiq.com.sa MARAFIQ

809.amufarih ahmed 7172585550 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia        Government almufarih  amufarih@yahoo.com  SANG

810.fahad353 fahad 255666558  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Air Force al kaljfah the scorpion353@hotmail.com  fahad

811.runebakken rune +96655283919 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  International Organization bakken  runebakken@yahoo.com ntsa

812.mam687 Mohammed +966 3 815 1482 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Private Individual Majeed  kits@alkhodari.com  Al-Khodari

813.khouryjane Ibrahim 966 5 5668371 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Consultancy Khoury khoury ib@hotmail.com IAP

814.nayarm syed  966-3-364-0475 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Navy  mohammad  nayarm@hotmail.com rsnf

815.nglover Nat 966-2-699-1601 X-388 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia      Private Individual  Glover natglo2003@yahoo.com  DIFA

816.ajama Aziz 855-to to Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Private Individual Jama azizaljama@yahoo.com MOH

817.MCSAND SALEM  966-53275480 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Education BECK MCSAND@MYWAY.COM ALFAISAL INT’L ACADEMY

818.dbyoung59 David 011-966-2-699-1264 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Young   dbyoung@awalnet.net.sa  ARINC Middle East

819.bedah hamad +9664776777×3401 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Navy alsaleh samsetah@yahoo.com  rsnf

820.cj34 julius  052667062 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Private Individual eduardo 0ff limit29@yahoo.com rkh

821.ADNANKHAN ADNAN  0096656654965 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Private Individual KHAN  ADNANKHANMD@MSN.COM  SMC

822.dalanmiller David 011-966-3-0085-1947 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Miller dammad365@yahoo.com  Alsalam Aircraft Co.

823.imegahed Ibrahim +966 02 6400000 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Government Megahed imegahed@hotmail.com King Abdulaziz University

824.mohamedrafeeque MOHAMED RAFEEQUE 966 1 291 8203  Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  Other ABDUL HAMEED    mrafeeque.weltex@kanalcorp.com  WELTEX SAUDI ARABIA LTD

825.gr7500 Gary 01196654133570 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence Reddick reddick2@hotmail.com RSADF

826.lw6468 Gary 01196654133570 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence Reddick reddick2@hotmail.com RSADF

827.aziz9911 eagle 055709911 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force driver aziz9911@mail.com  saudi airforce

828.smatsa smat 4769999 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Research  est smattsa@yahoo.com smatest

829.ashrafx ahmed 00966505533226 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Private Individual mohamed mr.ashraf@masrawy.com no organisation

830.abdulkhaleg abdul 07979032461 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Education alghamdi abdulkhaleg1@hotmail.com jscsc

831.Laila Laila 4427457 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Kamal lailakamalkhan@yahoo.com  PDMS

832.jmsasser John 966-1-462-2335  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Other Sasser  jmsasser@intergraph.com.sa Atheeb Intergraph Saudi Company

833.faith001 hamdan +96654404477 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force shehri hamdan3000@hotmail.com royial air force

834.fjbfjb farhan 0096626760579 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other bukhari fjbukhari@yahoo.co.uk none

835.abdulmayet abdul 96626643927  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other mayet pakiwaladd@hotmail.com  l none

836.AhmedAlAkresh Ahmed 966-1-482-5549 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security Al -Akresh ahmed-aecom@saudi.net.sa AEcom Security Systems

837.msalkeld michael 0096614883047 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence salkeld michael.salkeld@fco.gov.uk          DESO

838.shunzhi shunzhi 9824122 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia       Navy shunzhi keiichi@baiken.net no

839.hamad12 hamad  96614057023 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy abunayyan ssa@ssa group.com ssa

840.mtrabzon Mohamed 96655420077 Government/MoD-Senior levelSaudi Arabia Research Tarabzouni mtrabzon@kacst.edu KACST

841.ganthis George  966 5 348 4979 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Research  Anthis  ganthis2003@yahoo.ca       Ibralin

842.mtnsh sma 96645485427 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy    al-wead ene151@hotmail.com  ggyert

843.sandhead2001 Luke 96614729390 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air Bowen   luke@arabianc.com Arabian Construction Materials Co. Ltd

844.bobgoodacre Bob  96612203966 Riyadh  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air PO Box 8012     Goodacre  bob goodacre@alsalamaircraft.com.sa Alsalam Aircraft Company

845.elziney Mohamed 00966-59447874 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Education El Ziney  elziney@yahoo.com King Saud University

846.tssm99 TALAL 0096655447509 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace AL MAGHTAWI     tssm99@yahoo.com BAE SYSTEMS

847.SAMJOHN MR:SAM JOHN 009661-4772440 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Private Individual MATHAI  samj@albayan.com.sa AL-BAYAN GROUP

848.belaaly belaaly 00966557733770 Other Military Saudi Arabia Other   123456 tayyby@yahoo.com belaal

849.dul03 dul 03330330303 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education dul dul03@hotmail.com  kfupm

850.compaq2100 abdul 0096654982009 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Air Force alsh h2n22@hotmail.com  rsaf

851.hamadalhasoon hamad 038090910 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Finance alhasoon  hamadalhasoon@yahoo.co.uk arab national bank

852.jhopasky Joven  009661-4725516  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Law Enforcement/Security Pascua  joven@saudisecurity.com  Saudi Security Consultants

853.davidwhite11 David 0096638827711 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Air Force White davidwhite@zajil.net RSAF

854.khamees ali 00966876543  Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Research        hassan  hyshamee1231@hotmail.com almisbah engineering

855.hmomar2004 Hanafy  03 8601858 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Education Omar hmomar@kfupm.edu.sa KFUPM

856.skylimit khalid  014565214 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other al najidi  tareq2000 sa@yahoo.com  non

857.belhoon Mohammed +96612177227 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Private Individual sales@belhoon.com Belhoon Trading Est.

858.ksa777 khaled  055441234 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia        Navy  saad ksa0 0@hotmail.com dds

859.emileseychellesnet Emile 0024 8510828  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Army Pool  emile@seychelles.net SPDF

860.abod873 abod 55727792 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia    Other torg  space prince 2000@yahoo.com  kaau

861.IBAA  Ibaa 011-966-6825000 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Khojah  ibaa xtc@hotmail.com       Khojah Group

862.hadi25 hadi 00966503624398  Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  Education malki  daldodi@hotmail.com King Abdulaziz University

863.sawamleh Sonia +9661 4887788  Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia        Other Awamleh sonia.awamleh@dfat.gov.au Australian Embassy

864.rashamoh Mohammed 703 9678176 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia    Ministry of Defence Algedaiai ben jeday@yahoo.com ADF

865.jerrywaynick Jerry 937-257-2834-6262-5844 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Army Waynick jerry.waynick@opm.sppn.af.mil opm-sang

866.mujahedahmed  Mujahed 96615453090 Ext1026 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence        Ahmed ahmed mujahed@udssa.com  United Defense Systems

867.mujjusait Mujahed 96615453090 Ext1026  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  Ahmed  ahmed mujahed@udssa.com  United Defense Systems

868.samyhab Sami  +96659821136 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Navy Habash  samyhab@wowmail.com HIS

869.Habsam Sami +96659821136 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Navy Habash samyhab@wowmail.com HIS

870.maalie Mahboub 966505418847 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Al-Mahboub maali@mail.com CES

871.saleh4999 asad 0096654353213 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Government  ali sdss2000@hotmail.com sarhan

872.shoaibtaqi shoaib 4862075 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army  taqi shoaibtaqi@hotmail.com defence force

873.luvisij Jennifer 719-556-6184  Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia      Government  Luvisi jennifer.luvisi@peterson.af.mil  AFAA/MAAO

874.ali123sa ali 0584572 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Air alzahrani bbsal@hotmail.com           coman

875.magic600 khalid  0033683778226 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy almazed magic 600@hotmail.com officer

876.Kilgore Daniel  DSN 531-5056 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Army   Kilgore daniel.kilgore@us.army.mil B/101/MI BN/1ID

877.hazem95 Hazem  +96626986774 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Abussaud hazem95@hotmail.com        Symatech

878.mohdmoda Mohd +96655221135 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia      Ministry of Defence  Moda mohdmoda@hotmail.com Moda

879.rayan000sa rayan 0504941394 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia       Navy alrayan rayan000sa@hotmail.com  sa

880.sartaj gurpratap oo96614884038 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia    Other Ministry dhillon gurpratapdhillon@yahoo.co.in Embassy of India

881.khalidalfadil khalid 00966505290044 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  al-FAdil khalid@wacker.com.sa       wacker international

882.lubyanka Gordon  00966 3340 0470 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Education Logan   gordon logan@go.com JIC

883.alllllli ali 96614584586 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy hazza alfaisal h@hotmail.com  navy

884.msmalas Mazen 011966505418657 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Malas msmalas@hotmail.com Saudi Board manufacturing Co.

885.forex Wael 965 2423200 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  International Organization  alyaseen elemdad@yahoo.com forex international

886.raja2508 Gautam 4414747 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Chakraborty g chaks@indiatimes.com  SNC L

887.Arabian Advanced Systems Jose 966 1 4770477 ext 230 Riyadh Saudi Arabia PO Box 20129 Scaria jose@naseej.com.sa Arabian Advanced Systems

888.abidhussain abid  0096673173318 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Private Individual hussain r abid h@hotmail.com       private investegator

889.aborakan fahad 966505210031  Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force alsaneea  fas1957@hotmail.com armed forces

890.najam8202 najam  +96612914011 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia  Consultancy saqib N.SAQIB@CAGKSA.COM capital advisroy froup

891.h2n22 abdulrhman 00966504982009 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  alshomrani h2n22@hotmail.com RSAF892.cruzerloie

892.louie 026517512 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other cruz louiefrancocruz@yahoo.com sales

893.eshaq2002 eshaq 12345698574  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Government albishi eshaq2002@hotmail.com non

894.kturville Keith 1-914-822-4754  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Turville        kturville@snscl.com Saudi Naval Support company Ltd.

895.talharbi tarek 55647734  Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Education  alharbi tarekaalharbi@hotmail.com  adf

896.nader52 saleh  026854978 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Law Enforcement/Security  nader salehnader52@hotmail.com  kaia sec

897.Yasenovo Gordon  00966 3340 0470 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Education Logan gordonehil@hotmail.com JIC

898.fmsa99 Fahad +9661-461-2309 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Army Al fahae@fahad.fm FMSA

899.qahtani Moh +96614056060  Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Education qaht alqahtani@hotmail.com  IDS

900.drgeldhof  Georges 966-1-2520088 Riyadh Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Private Individual PO Box 22490 Geldhof drgeldhof@post.com  King Fahad Hospital

901.magheral Dennis 0502175547 Industry/Manufacturing Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace McConville      magheral@hotmail.com BAE

902.phowarthlees Peter 00966503154231  Industry/Manufacturing – Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Howarth-Lees phowarthlees@humanitariancity.org.sa  Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City

903.stuzoo stuart 0097339410173 Industry/Manufacturing Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization brock stuart.brock@aramco.com   brock inc.

904.Doody Eddie +966-50-2646461 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other  Gepule  vicegrop@hotmail.com  Al Thinayyan Group

905.ibss ib 0505887752 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Navy s ibss@yahoo.com  navy

906.Saberrizk Saber +96614042226 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Rizk saber@aljardan.com Al-Jardan International Group

907.Farooqali Farooq +996 1 273 5525 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  OtherAli farooq@ezalsahra.com  Ez Alsahra Co.

908.idrishasan dris 00966 1 263 5010  Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Government Hasan   hasan idris@yahoo.com  SAGIA

909.zzaab hussam1964 0096653106122 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization buhairi hussam@hmbholding.com   hmb holding co.

910.kingsammy hussam1964 0096653106122  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization  buhairi hussam@hmbholding.com hmb holding co.

911.armypubs Susan  01196614982480 ext5394 Other Gov/MoD Saudi Arabia Army Rasmussen  susan.rasmussen@opm.sppn.af.mil  OPM SANG

912.sidiqqi William +966 1 225 9464 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other   Saverance BillSaverance@hotmail.com SABIC

913.MANONASH Alaa 0096394554167 Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia  Research annuwiri man on ash@hotmail.com ALAA

914.andrebester  Andre 0096638570101  Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Bester  andre g bester@hotmail.com Private

915.FrenchPawbroon Ken 481 0000 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education McKenzie ken mckenzie@hotmail.com  Zan Trading Company Limited

916.AlSwailem Salah +966 1 4883555 Riyadh  Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Education P O Box 59409 AlSwailem    sswailem@kacst.edu.sa KACST

917.salih Abdullah 96614825549 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Law Enforcement/Security Salih  zsalih-aecom@saudi.net.sa           Aecom Security Systems

918.bari Abdulbari +966-2-6405846  Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia  Other Ministry  Ibrahim bari ibrahim@yahoo.com King Abdulaziz University

919.femsteenkamp  Fem +96638782465  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Steenkamp       femsteenkamp@hotmail.com Saudi Aramco

920.bothade Darryl  966 3 8623187 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other  Botha farsidebotha@yahoo.co.uk Aramco

921.Sunilpnair Sunilkumar  4012666 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Nair sunilnair 66@yahoo.com LMT

922.lingonite psaf none Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia      Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security msaf    lingonite99@janes.com   police

923.supervisor fahad 055446817 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia      Air Force  altamimy  shmoksite@hotmail.com  british aerospace

924.jimlander James +6012128800  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia International Organization  Landerjimlander@aol.com  SABIC

925.ferrari19 ahmet 0096614440000 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual mehmet akinozvardar@yahoo.com     playland

926.Dickson Victor 00966 4 396 4602 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Research Dickson victor.j.dickson@samref.com.sa    SAMREF

927.future future +9661 2915956  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Other generation f generation@hotmail.com future generation office

928.kassemk kassem  00961958744 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Education kalaf shadoman@lahaonline.com  jack

929.naji aji 201001  Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force       hatom naji1axle@yahoo.com  axle

930.feedthecamel Paul 00966 3 8785101 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Lord feedthecamel@hotmail.com  BAe Systems

931.dmbford David +44 1786 7541614 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Britchford dmbford@mac.com  Saudi Oger Ltd

932.aquarius  Roger +966-506871461 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Private Individual  Esperanza womatian@hotmail.com international security services

933.csenaratne Chandana 966-3-860-2852 Government/MoD-Middle level   Saudi Arabia Education Senaratne  senar@kfupm.edu.sa KFUPM

934.Samsco Mr Khaled F. +966505448623 Asst. General Manager Saudi Arabia  Riyadh PO Box8946 Samsco Sadik khaled@samsco.net   Samsco

935.gazanfar Gazanfar +966 50744 3278 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Safvi gajju1956@indiatimes.com       SABIC

936.jeffgorman Jeff 966.503.659.210 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Research Gorman  jgorman@global.t-bird.edu           Thunderbird

937.SARAB12523 JAMAAN 00966505704367 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force  ZAHRANI JAMAAN MOHSEN@HOTMAIL.COM  RSAF

938.AAA FRONT 877665545 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  International Organization MISSION WAVESOUND2002@HOTMAIL.COM

939.NizarNCB Nizar +966 501491331 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Finance Salem  Ipa final@yahoo.com NCB

940.mhegazy Fouad 0508126032 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Hegazy mf hegazy@hotmail.com STC

941.raslan Samir +966 3 875 3439 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Raslan  samir.raslan@aramco.com   Saudi Aramco

942.dshdsh2008 Ë« 003856498212 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia Media  µË dshdsh2008@163.com ¡ã뵺µçÊÓÌ

943.PaulCarlin Paul Riyadh 240-6493 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other Carlin  paulxcarlin@yahoo.com.sg        Jadawel International

944.pdsaconnors Paul  0096614549525 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-AerospaceConnors paulconnors8472@yahoo.co.uk  BAe Systems

945.desertmaster Ibrahim 00966 505 815514 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia International Organization Alhajri ialhajri@hotmail.com  Gulf Continental

946.grizz C.N. 96614828850  Government/MoD-Senior level Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence Merry cnmerry@msn.com DIFA

947.shanky44 Ben 00966502708446 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Consultancy  Hur shanky44@hotmail.com  MME

948.dolanjd John Desmond +966-3-874-6454 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Dolan   john.dolan@aramco.com  John Desmond Dolan

949.eedgar E. Edgar +966502162560 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other Bana?a  eedgar@philwebinc.com Thadiq General Hospital

950.watson470 Alasdair 009664761414 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Watson alasdair watson@udssa.com United Defense Systems

951.kunde Hartmut 00966-2-6651586 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence KUNDE hkunde@hotmail.com Oerlikon-Contraves

952.Salmon Hasan +966 3 809 1111 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Private Individual Al-Jifry hassan@albinali1.com       AbdulAziz AlBinAli Group

953.got irfan 9663 882 7070 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy hussain gots@alarrak.com Gulf Orbit

954.noeating  goo 99999999999  Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia    Navy ggo the instinct@hotmail.com  non

955.airattack Kamran  8224965 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Sea/Shipping mahboob@pridedammam.com   Pride

956.almohandes ibrahim 2931160 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy almohandes almohandes@fursan.com.sa          f travel

957.saadalahmed Saad 2325813 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace ALAHMED ajwa@NASEEJ.COM    Air Elite

958.alahmedsaad  Saad  2325813 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace ALAHMED ajwa@NASEEJ.COM    Air Elite

959.guardian225 John 038603779 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Education  Smith jump2k5@yahoo.com   KFUPM

960.ehmartin Erik 966-050-585-7012 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy Martin Sunny74F@yahoo.com USMTM NFD Det Jubail

961.mikeglover Mike  00 966 1 419 6600 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Glover  mike.glover@baesystems.com BAE Systems

962.barhoum Ibrahim 01-404-9414 Government/MoD-Middle level  Saudi Arabia Government Dahhan  idahhan@planning.gov.sa Ministry of Economy & Planning

963.mohersi Mohamoud 966 50 361-2411 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager SaudiArabia  Consultancy Hersi mohersi@yahoo.com      Somconsult

964.bradg2001 brad  966-1-477-6000  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Navy  garlinghouse bradg2001@aol.com   RSNF

965.sos999 sultan  0096633641234 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy alhajjaj www.sultanalhajjaj@hotmail.com  fg

966.Justuju Hashim Syed 966-503-226743 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Media Mohammad Bin Qasim      hashims@ns1.shaheer.net.sa  Self

967.faisalmoon faisal 053451906 Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army  moon  faisal ah64@yahoo.com  faisal

968.elgazali Said  2125551234  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Government EL Ghazzali  elgazali@hotmail.com  MSAUN

969.MOI  Khalid + 966 544 36432 Saudi Arabia Riyadh 11352 Po Box 270093 Alsannat 1-1@myway.com .MOI

970.70RENERENE 966334150607080 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other GADACHO gadacren@yahoo.com  IBN ZAHR

971.Samsco Mr. Khaled f.+966 50 544 8632 Asst. General Manager Riyadh 11492 Saudi Arabia Po Box 8946 Sadik  khaled@samsco.net       .       Samsco

972.Saudi Coast Guard Abid  +966 731 733 18 Coast Guard  Jazan      Saudi Arabia Po Box 699 Hussain r abid h@hotmail.com  Saudi Coast Guard

  1. samire Samir 96655614021 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Ministry of Defence  Eshky  eshky@yahoo.com International Airports Projects

974.sbawazir Saeed 96612915522 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Bawazir sbawazir@atallah.com Atallah Systems

975.banadieha Hassan  05054490575  Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Ibrahim banadieha2004@yahoo.com l Avibras

976.tahirshah133 tahir 8930093847575  Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force shah  tahirshah133@hotmail.com  royal air force

977.saudi5000 saudi +966502222222 Military Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Navy saudi  saudi5000@hotmail.com  non

978.vakman valeed 2916471 OtherIndustry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other khan valeedak@hotmail.com  Obeid Hospital

979.syedmujeebuddin Syed 0096614044469 Government/MoD-Senior level   Saudi Arabia Government Mujeebuddin syedmujeebuddin@hotmail.com         SFH

980.klausbehrmann Klaus +96638250071 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Transport-Sea/Shipping  Behrmann  klaus.behrmann@deugro.com deugro

981.smach2000 smach2000 +9665054561230 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia smach2000  smach2000@yahoo.com private

982.ramiamin rami 461598  Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Government amin ramiamin@scs-net.org ministry of industry

983.tnouri Tareq 00966 503480698 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other   Al-Nouri tnouri@naseej.com.sa   AAS

984.ahmadroom ahmad 966 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia       Air Force ahmad ahmadroom@hotmail.com RSAF

985.ahmadroom2Ahmad  966  ilitary-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force       Ahmad   ahmadroom@hotmail.com   RSAF

986.willsrn william (663)878-2987 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other gentry  willsrn2000@yahoo.com   Aramco

987.zzaazzzzzz  222222222222222 Other Military  Saudi Arabia        Private Individual zzzz antaomery1@hotmail.com   zzzz

988.otaibisu2002  sult00966507476654  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Army  otai otaibisu 2002@hotmail.com   wep

989.lowls Lee Seng  65 6668417 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Defence Low lowls.kinetics@stengg.com  ST Kinetics

990.msalemest salem 4792883 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia        Other  musalam MSALEM EST@HOTMAIL.COM  Msalem

991.flying4all abdullah +966503782335 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Finance alzahrani  webmaster@flying4all.net flying4al

992.peanut3006 Dewey 966-1-2203966 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other White  peanut3006@yahoo.com Al Salam Aircraft Co. Ltd.

993.samyaghi Husam +966507487489 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Yaghi yaghi@kahmas.com Kahmas Technology

994.MAK11 azam 4887792 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Air Force khan  azamkhan71st@yahoo.com air force

995.Adnanahmad  Adnan  +9660506287419 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager  Saudi Arabia Consultancy Ahmad adnan@atco.com.sa Saudi Control Solutions

996.talal123 talal 966144444444  ndustry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Research altalal talal0102@hotmail.com   ff

997.Edasham Ehtesham 966-50-649-5792 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Islam Shicdar edashami@digi.net.sa    Private Consultant

998.ahumaid Ahmed 0096614785293 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy  AlHumaid  alhumaid@royana.com Royana Corporation

999.AISSAOUI  ALI  +966-3-8597138  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Other  AISSAOUI aaissaoui@apicorp-arabia.com       Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation

1000.ltwitch979 Larry 011 966 5 525 4611 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Other Twitchell larry.twitchell@usmtm.sppn.af.mil  US Military Training Mission

1001.ovethsantos  Oveth +9661-2734474 Other Industry/Manufacturing Saudi Arabia Other Santos  ovethsantos@hotmail.com  INet Co.

1002.librastar2591985 james 4468045 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia  Other bondlibrastar2591985@yahoo.com pakistan

1003.F15SDATA HOSAM +966505804297  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force  ALDAMER F15DATA@HOTMAIL.COM RSAF

1004.davegillies9 Dave  00966500053476  Industry/Manufacturing- Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Industry/Manufacturing-Aerospace Gillies dave.gillies@baesystems.com BAE Systems

1005.crgspeak George 966 01 2922317  Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Defence  Abraham courageous@rediffmail.com   Courageous Peak

1006.King Abdul Aziz City for Science & Tech Dr. Khaled  +00966 1 481 4508  Education  Riyadh 11525 Saudi Arabia Po Box 59409  Alhussan  alhussan@kacst.edu.sa  King Abdul Aziz City for Science & Tech

1007.abwrnd  ahmed 2493466 Government/MoD-Middle level Saudi Arabia    Education  alahmd  abwrnd@yahoo.com  abwrnd

1008.aijaz aijaz +966 57901277 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia Industry/Manufacturing-Law Enforcement/Security       ahmed   AIJAZAHMEDARCANE@hotmail.com EPCC

1009.mueyyet mueyyet 8605722 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia  Education  tozan  tozan@kfupm.edu.sa  KFUPM

1010.mgtofficer FAYYAZ 00966506833973  Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Other AHMAD mgt officer@yahoo.com  RAPCO

1011.momo650 mo 0505445631 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia    Ministry of Defence  gh  momo650@excite.com  moda

1012.johnsors  Robert 830-796=7199 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia Other  Johnson johnsors0@yahoo.com Saudi Aramco

1013.almuhammadi hussein 966505943932 Military-Senior Rank  Saudi Arabia Army muhammadi husseinmuhammadi@hotmail.com aviation company

1014.fredmilt Fred  631-348-3535 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Other Miltenberger fred.miltenberger@dasnetcorp.com  DasNet Corporation

1015.alkareemy abdullah +966505909141 Military–Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Navy alkareemy alkareemy@hotmail.com  rsnf

1016.saneea fahad 966505210031 Military-Senior Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force alsaneea  fas1957@hotmail.com  royal saudi air force

1017.mahershatta Maher 3 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Consultancy Shatta  mhdmaher@shuf.com  bcc

1018.sabti ahmed  00966507675344 Industry/Manufacturing-Middle Manager Saudi Arabia Air Force gally  ahmed2391@yahoo.com   compny

1019.FUTURELIGHTS  MOHD.00966502019776 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Other JABIR  jabra313@yahoo.com  almabkharah pours commerce

1020.ryemund77 Raymond 0508057350  Other Gov/MoD  Saudi Arabia  Ministry of Defence Fuentes Ryemund77@yahoo.com  DIFA

1021.tkumarsa Kumar 966-3-8822233×140/134 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia Other Thangaraj  tkumar@mact.com.sa MACT

1022.marek123 marek +966 50 050 9186 Other Industry/Manufacturing    Saudi Arabia  Media kubicki marek.kubicki@arabia.pl Arabia.pl

1023.johncomeaux John +966.50.685.2984 Industry/Manufacturing-Senior Manager Saudi Arabia  Private Individual Comeaux jcomeauxoverseas@yahoo.com  A.M. Al Mutlaq Sons Co.

1024.bander1930 bander 09660505649591 Military-Middle Rank  Saudi Arabia Private Individual aboalola bwba44@hotmail.com   bander

1025.snafi ali 00966505806476  Military-Middle Rank Saudi Arabia Air Force  dhahri  dhahri99@hotmai.com  RSAF

1026.aksamsal aksam 8821753 Other Industry/Manufacturing  Saudi Arabia  Other khaddour  ayh-kh@intra-sy.net labour contripution

 

 

 

 

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