Jamal Khashoggi’s Death

On October 2 in Saudi Arabia, Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post reporter, was claimed missing. After 18 days, the city stated that Khashoggi died supposedly after he had come to his office to retrieve the paperwork. He was killed in a fistfight involving more than a dozen Saudi officials in Istanbul.

Many people believe that the primary suspect is the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who runs everything of Saudi Arabia and without his authorization, nothing takes place. Even though there is no specific information that the Crowned Prince Mohammed bin Salman lead this The facts given, fail to explain the obvious connections of at least four of the suspects to the prince’s security.

In the past, Jamal wrote major stories including the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the rise of Osama Bin Laden for many different Saudi news organizations. For many years, he was close to the Saudi royal family and also served as an adviser to the government. But he fell out of favor for the Prince and was sent into self-imposed exile in the US last year. From there, he wrote a monthly column in the Washington Post in which he criticized the policies of Crowned Prince, Mohammed bin Salman. These facts also lead people to believe that the Prince was behind the killing.

When asked through a survey of your opinions on Jamal Khashoggi's death, Mia Rutkovsky replied with, "I think it is so terrible that this happened. I chose an article about this to annotate and it really struck me how Saudi Arabia actually was trying to set him up in a trap to come back by giving him compliments even though they were upset with him."

Jamal Khashoggi's death is very relevant to the XIIIs. He was a reporter killed for sharing his opinions and facts on Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince policies. A reporter is allowed to share facts and when they are stopped in doing their jobs, it shows the XIIIs that what they write can be disliked, but nothing can stop them from getting their facts onto paper, even if asked not too.

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