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The publications listed on this page - books, reports, newspapers, magazines and web based publications - contain numerous errors of fact about Khalid Bin Mahfouz and his family. Some of them make serious allegations against him, which are manifestly false and defamatory.

Khalid Bin Mahfouz and his family reserve their rights against the authors, editors, publishers, distributors and printers of these publications. Furthermore, it should be noted that they expressly reserve their rights against any person or entity which repeats any of the erroneous allegations contained in these or any other publications.

June 2009: Paris court rules that allegations about Sheikh Khalid bin Mahfouz are false and defamatory.

March 2008: After reviewing the opinion of the New York Court of Appeals, the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit entered an order on March 3, 2008 affirming the dismissal of the complaint

December 2007: State of New York Court of Appeals Confirms Lack of Personal Jurisdiction Over Sheikh Khalid Bin Mahfouz

July 2007: "Alms for Jihad" - apology from Cambridge University Press

October 2006: Apology from Mr Jean-Charles Brisard and Mr Guillaume Dasquié

June 2006: "The Forbidden Truth" / "La Vérité Interdite" by Jean-Charles Brisard and Guillaume Dasquié

April 2006, May 2005: "Funding Evil" by Rachel Ehrenfeld

July 2004: "Terrorism financing: roots and trends of Saudi terrorism financing; prepared by JCB Consulting (France) (December 2002)"

March 2004: "Reaping the whirlwind" by Michael Griffin, published by Pluto Books.

January 2004: The Mail on Sunday (UK)