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The cache was discovered by US authorities and details, written in a memo known as Document 17 in 2003, were released without fanfare by investigators last year.They were only brought to the public's attention when an activist discovered them and wrote about them on his website earlier this week.
A “Sharia compliant” sex shop is reportedly to open in Mecca selling halal products for Muslims.
El Asira, an erotic brand originating in Amsterdam, is branching out to Islam’s holiest city in Saudi Arabia, visited by millions of Muslims a year on the “hajj” pilgrimage.
Founder Abdelaziz Aouragh announced his ambition last year, Morocco-based website “The products we're putting on the market have nothing to do with blow-up dolls or vibrators,” Mr Aouragh told the AFP news agency.“It's not about the sex act, it's what's going on around it.
Our products increase the atmosphere and heighten feelings of sensuality.”Women's freedoms are severely restricted in Saudi Arabia and Islamic codes of behaviour and dress are strictly enforced but El Asira says it strives to lead to "more admiration and love for women" by improving marital relationships.
President Obama's uncomfortable meeting came after officials revealed that the flight certificate of Al-Qaeda bomb maker Ghassan Al-Sharbi was discovered hidden in an envelope from the Saudi embassy in Washington when they arrested him in 2002.
On top of that, there is mounting pressure on Mr Obama at home to declassify a 28-page section of a Congressional report which many believe will point to Saudi involvement in the 2001 plane hijackings, which killed nearly 3,000 people and launched the War on Terror.
Al-Sharbi, who became an Al Qaeda bombmaker, is believed to have learned how to fly with the 9/11 hijackers but did not take part in the attacks.Shortly before his arrest, he buried a bundle of documents, which is believed to have included the certificate.Its website describes all products as “Sharia compliant” and claims they can “provide a deeper meaning to sexuality, sensuality and even spirituality”.Everything sold online and in the brand’s shops has been deemed “halal”, meaning they are permissible according to Islamic law.“All our products are maintaining the integrity, pure humanity and ethics inherent with the Sharia,” the website says.The company, launched in the Netherlands in 2010, specialises in sensual oils and is backed by German adult company Beate Uhse.Barack Obama has met with the king of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh to discuss counter-terrorism and the threat of ISIS, just as fresh information emerged that appears to connect the Arab nation and the September 11 attacks.