Trump Fails to Spin his part in Khashoggi Murder
Khashoggi Case: Past 24 hrs bring worry about other dissidents, lies, threats, cleanup, & Trump squirming allegation Jamal murdered by “rogues”.
14 Days have gone by since Washington Post Columnist Vanished Inside Saudi Consulate
3 Hours ago, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman meets with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Riyadh Photo Credit: Facebook, Saudi Arabia account.
The fact remains that Jamal Amhid Kashoggi has not been seen since entering the Saudi Arabia consulate at 34330 Beşiktaş/İstanbul, Turkey on 2 October on at 13:14 local time. Where is Jamal?
Donald Trump, a party to the Jamal-Disappearance, Advances that Maybe Jamal was Murdered by Rogues
Yesterday, Donald Trump in the morning said he had spoken to the Saudi King and that he was sending the US Secretary of State to meet with the King. Instead we see that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Riyadh and has met with with the Crown Prince Mohammad bib Salman (MbS). Trump also said that he got the impression from the King of Saudi Arabia that their story was that “rogues” had killed Jamal Kashoggi. This was the first admission by a state official party to the matter that Jamal has been murdered.
(MbS) is the de facto leader of Saudi Arabia and the man who gave the order to abduct Jamal Kashoggi according to staff of the Crown Prince Feminine Perspective Magazine has heard from.
Cleaning crew entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul hours before an expected Turkish inspection of the building. Video capture from Reuters Pool
In the past 24 hours:
- US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has arrived in Saudi Arabia.
- Turkish investigators have after considerable stalling while cleanup crews entered and exited the facility been allowed to enter the consulate and reported they observed an extensive cleanup job had been done including freshly painted surfaces.
- Turkish officials say they believes any forensic evidence inside the consulate would not have survived the extensive cleanup and the 13 day interlude between disappearance and inspection
- The Turkish investigators will next inspect the Consul General’s home 300 meters away from the consulate building.
- The Saudi Consul General has suddenly left Turkey for Riyadh
- Turkish media loyal to the House of Saud continue to attack world media claiming all journalists are enemies of Saudi Arabia with agenda’s similar to of Saudi’s imagined or perceived enemies.
- It is no less true that 14 days have passed and Jamal Khashoggi is still missing
- Donald Trump had prior knowledge going back to around 28 September that MbS at the very least intended to lure Jamal Khashoggi to a consulate and abduct him back to Riyadh.
- A columnist for the Washington Post who occasionally was critical of the conduct of MbS and various human rights violations taking place in Saudi Arabia. Mr. Kashoggi, notably, had at one time been an ally of MbS.
These Questions must have Answers:
Civil Society Groups including The RINJ Foundation Have Demanded that Saudi Arabia release Human Rights Defenders
Women human rights defenders imprisoned in 2018 by Saudi Arabia
- Israa al-Ghomgham
- Samar Badawi
- Nassima al-Saadah
- Hatoon al-Fassi
- Loujain al-Hathloul
Men human rights defenders also imprisoned in 2018 by Saudi Arabia
- Aziza al-Yousef
- Nouf Abdelaziz
- Mayaa al-Zahrani
- Ibrahim al-Modaimeegh
- Abdulaziz Meshaal
- Jamal Ahmad Khashoggi
While those who have followed or covered this story are not especially hopeful of a good outcome, it still has not fully sunk in that Jamal would have been killed as the Turks accuse the Saudis, on 2 October. The only response we have been able to obtain from the Saudis is that Mr. Khashoggi came and went on 2 October. We have been unable to contact the actual clerk we believe Mr. Khashoggi would have attended in Istanbul for the purpose of obtaining a completed divorce.
Jamal’s file is not closed.
Civil Society Women are Urging the release of human rights defenders from Saudi Prisons
Former University of British Columbia student (Canada) Loujain Alhathloul (dob 31 July 1989) Photo By Submitted – via OTRS system, CC BY-SA 4.0
This is Israa al-Ghomgham. The Saudis want to execute her because she demonstrated on behalf of Shi’ite Muslims but Saudi population and the House of Saud are Sunni Muslim. She has been imprisoned in harsh conditions for 34 months. If the House of Saud beheads this women, Feminine-Perspective predicts the eventual end of the House of Saud. (Photo Credit: Screen capture from Saudi TV)
A series of attacks on women human rights defenders has been launched by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the second highest authority in Saudi Arabia, second to the king, but the de facto leader on a day-to-day basis.
The United Nations in mid-2018 asked Saudi Arabia to “unconditionally release all human rights defenders and activists who have been detained for their peaceful human rights work, including their decades-long campaigns for the lifting of the driving ban for women.”
Michelle Obama (left) and Hillary Clinton (right) pose with Samar Badawi (now imprisoned) of Saudi Arabia as she receives the 2012 International Women of Courage Award. Photo Credit: Associated Foreign Press
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