91 Points | Fresh news angles kept alive reports about a string of Saudi officials' donations that may have found their way to Sept. 11 hijackers. A Saudi public-relations official unleashed rhetoric designed to shut down the line of inquiry: "It's a feeding frenzy, it's 'let's bash the Saudis' time," Saudi spokesman Adel al-Jubeir complained at a news conference. It's "severe and outrageous criticism which borders on hate." Mr. al-Jubeir made the rounds of TV's soundbite factories insisting that we're "all in this together." And he netted a page 1 Style section piece in The Washington Post that referred to the smooth, American-educated official as the "sultan of spin." But the Saudi regime did not speak with one voice. The Middle East Media Research Institute reported that the Saudi interior minister, Prince Nayef Ibn Abd Al-Aziz, thinks mass media should focus on and condemn terrorism, but they're looking at the wrong culprit. He said Zionists "are behind these [9/11] events." It was "impossible that 19 youths, including 15 Saudis, carried out the operation of Sept. 11," said Mr. Al-Aziz. He said the "Zionist-controlled media" are fanning the flames of 9/11 to create an anti-Muslim backlash.