The UN human rights investigator has fingered Mohammad bin Salman, Saudi Arabia’s de facto ruler, as the principal culprit in the gruesome murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Inside the kingdom, the clown prince is planning to execute scholars that still have a conscience to terrorize people into submission.
Without even seeking their consent, as required by Islam, the Bani Saud have paid hush money to the Khashoggi family to buy their silence over the brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi that was ordered by the crown prince Bin Salman.
The Khashoggi affair has exposed the Bani Saud in a manner that none of their other misdemeanors had done before. Turkish President Erdogan has skillfully utilized the ghastly crime to expose their true nature.
The Saudis seem to have a strange fascination with the number 15. Take the brutal murder of Jamal in the Kingdom’s consulate on October 2.
While Khashoggi’s brutal murder has spotlighted the dark conduct of Saudi rulers, it has also forced Western media outlets to look a little closer at the horrors perpetrated in Yemen.
The brutal killing of Khashoggi is very much in the mould of the tyrants and kings that followed after the Khulafa al-Rashidoon. Muslims must study their history carefully.
The brutal manner in which journalist Jamal Khashoggi was chopped up alive by a Saudi hit squad has sent shockwaves throughout the world.
One would be closing eyes to reality to assume that Muhammad bin Salman gave the order to murder Khashoggi on his own. There are American fingerprints all over this sordid affair.
The murder of the well-connected Washington Post contributor and former Saudi regime insider Jamal Khashoggi has stirred up simmering tactical differences within the US national security establishment related to Trump’s support for the despotic regime and the US role in the mass killings in Yemen.
The Saudi version of what happened to Jamal Khashoggi in their consulate in Istanbul keeps changing as new evidence emerges. Let us get the true version, “During a ‘friendly discussion’, Khashoggi became really violent,” said the head Saudi butcher, Salah al-Tubayqi.
Finally the devastation in Yemen caused by Saudi Arabia's unrelenting war seems to have caught the attention of American mainstream media.
What certainty do South African critics of Saudi Arabia have that they will not face the same tragic fate that befell Jamal Khashoggi?
The dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has not been seen since he entered the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul on October 2. This has raised fears that he was murdered at the consulate.