Saudi ‘person of interest’ was guest at White House July 4th party

Was Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, the much-discussed Saudi national once identified as a “person of interest” in the Boston Marathon bombings, at the White House for a 4th of July celebration for military heros and their families?

white_house_july_4Apparent pictures posted on the Internet and a Saudi news outlet say yes.

A Twitter feed appears to show photos of the young man posing before the edifice – decorated with red, white, and blue banners to celebrate the holiday – in addition to close-up photos of the first couple.

They come from the Twitter account of an individual claiming to be Alharbi’s father, though that information has not been confirmed.

According to a professional translation of the account’s information, however, the given name is “‘Ali Al-Salimi Al-Harbi,” and the description reads: “Father of Abd Al-Rahman who was injured in the Boston bombings.”

via What Odd Guest Appears to Have Showed Up at the White House’s July 4th Party for Military Families? | TheBlaze.com.

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