UNSC Must Shutdown Arms Sales to Saudi

Disturbing mainstream media accounts of the Jamal Khashoggi disappearance include unconfirmed anaesthetized-violence reports.

Some outlets report that 15 sadistic Saudi assassins met Jamal Khashoggi on 2 October at 13:14 hrs at 4330 Beşiktaş, İstanbul (the Saudia Arabia consulate) and after murdering Jamal, chopped his body to pieces with the help of a forensic scientist who brought his bone saw.

by Micheal John, [email protected] Writer | Editor

One might prefer to pray initial conjecture was correct; that Jamal was extracted from Istanbul. Sometimes movies have a surprise ending where the hero emerges unscathed. Hence the hope Jamal will emerge under a global chorus of ‘release all human-rights defenders who have been detained for their peaceful human-rights work‘.

“But the Saudi’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has already proven himself to be an arrogant, psychopathic ghoul–pretty much a perfect fit to a growing trend these days” says Simon Baldock, of The RINJ Foundation‘s security team which has been watching over RSAC nurses working in Yemen.

For those seeking release of Women Activists, what happened to Jamal is Foreboding.

These unanswered questions must remain on the table until full transparency.

  1. From the time Saudi Arabia became responsible for the personal safety of invited consulate attendee, Jamal Khashoggi, on 2 October, 13:14 hrs local time in Istanbul (4330 Beşiktaş), what exactly happened to Jamal Khashoggi?
  2. Jamal Khashoggi is an American resident and journalist. He lives in the USA. He writes a regular column for the Washington Post. Did Mohammad bin Salman ( MbS) tell Donald Trump or did Trump know by other channels that the Crown Prince would launch an aggression against the American journalist?
  3. Donald Trump relies on Mohammad bin Salman‘s Saudi Arabia for many $billions in arms sales for the American economy and financial support for the Republican Party’s current election campaign. The two men are close. That may be why Trump whitewashed the slaughter of dozens of children on August 9 with his bomb, his guidance, his targeting, and an American-made Saudi airplane with a US-trained Saudi pilot. Will Trump also whitewash the disappearance and murder, if that is the case, of Jamal Khashoggi?
  4. Will the global community now finally join Civil Society and press the ICC to hold Mohammad bin Salman accountable for the busload of kids he and his American friends massacred on 9 August?
  5. For months The RINJ Foundation a Canada-based Civil Society NGO has warned the globe in every way possible that human rights in Saudi Arabia and throughout the region of its influence have taken a dive. In fact, Saudi Arabia led by MbS, as a sole leader, is responsible for many thousands of civilian deaths and a litany of war crimes and human rights violations. Will the UN Security Council insist on a halt to the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia?

Donald Trump and Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud in the Oval Office, March 14 2017Donald Trump’s man in the Middle East. From: The Freak Show: Part II – The Caliphate Root

US President Donald Trump, the man who confiscates women’s babies to scare away future migrants, speaks with House of Saud’s Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudi Crown Prince who wants to behead women who call him out on human rights violations. Photo taken during their cozy meeting Tuesday, March 14, 2017, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

Civil Society demands release of the following persons who are human rights defenders imprisoned in 2018 by Saudi Arabia

  • Israa al-Ghomgham
  • Samar Badawi
  • Nassima al-Saadah
  • Hatoon al-Fassi
  • Loujain al-Hathloul
  • etceteras

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 (Until learning otherwise, he was in the care and custody of Saudi Arabia since 1:14PM local time, Istanbul, Turkey.)

Saudi Arabia is no longer a kingdom but a brutal dictatorship. Additional background follows: