Al Riyadh has an article against the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) with a novel approach.
It says that Americans are warning that the bill could "open up the gates of hell." (That phrase actually came from a different Saudi newspaper in May, and was reported by US media.)
The bill would force a re-opening of the investigation into 9/11, and then all of the suppressed evidence will reveal that the Jews are the ones who blew up the twin towers, not Arabs.
It quotes from a 9/11 "truther" organization, AE911Truth, where over 2000 engineers and architects supposedly signed a petition asking to review the evidence for 9/11.
The article also quotes Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, claiming that thousands of Jews were sent text messages warning them not to go to work in Lower Manhattan that day.
Moreover, the site claims that a 1996 movie "The Long Kiss Goodnight" predicted 9/11 since the protagonist said he would kill 4000 people and blame Muslims while referencing the 1993 WTC bombing. (In reality, the false flag attack planned in the movie was a chemical weapon attack against downtown Niagara Falls.)
Anyway, if the Saudis are so positive that Arabs had nothing to do with 9/11, then they should welcome the chance to prove their thesis in court, shouldn't they? JASTA will be great for them!