The Professional Reporter Mr.Jamal Khashoggi Case:-All The Latest Updates

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    The Professional Reporter Mr.Jamal Khashoggi Case:-All The Latest Updates

    Istaanbul-(Caalami-News)-Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi counsulate in Istanbul on October 2 to obtain a document certifying he divorced his ex-wife - never to be seen since.

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Istaanbul-(Caalami-News)-Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi counsulate in Istanbul on October 2 to obtain a document certifying he divorced his ex-wife - never to be seen since.



Mohammed bin Salman himself ordered an operation to lure Jamal Khashoggi back to Saudi Arabia, Washington Post reports.

 

Turkish sources have told media outlets they believe the Saudi writer and critic was killed inside the consulate in what theydescribeas "premeditated murder".

Saudi officials have countered that claim, insisting Khashoggi left the building before vanishing.

Here are the latest developments:

Thursday, October 11

Report: Prince Salman orderedKhashoggi operation



The Washington Post reports Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman himself ordered an operation targeting Jamal Khashoggi.


Based on US intelligence intercepts, Saudi officials were heard discussing a plan to lure Khashoggi from the US state of Virginia, where he resides, back to Saudi Arabia where he would be detained,the newspaper said, citing unnamed US officials.


It was not clear to the officials with knowledge of the intelligence whether the Saudis discussed harming Khashoggi as part of the plan to capture him, it said.


His friends told the Post that Khashoggi had been approached by Saudi officials with close ties to the crown prince over the past four months with offers to reconcile and return to the kingdom, including being given a prominent role in the government.

The writer was sceptical of the offers, however.


"He said: 'Are you kidding? I don't trust them one bit,'" said Khaled Saffuri, an Arab American political activist, recounting a conversation he had with Khashoggi in May.

Trump: Saudi assassination 'looking a bit like that'

In comments made by President Donald Trump to an American TV network, the US president indicated the Saudis may have killed the critical Saudi journalist.


Asked in a telephone interview with Fox News Channel late on Wednesday whether the Saudis were responsible for Khashoggi's disappearance or death, Trump said: "I guess you would have to say so far it's looking a little bit like that, and we're going to have to see."

 

 

 



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