Prince Will Be "Vindicated" After Khashoggi Probe: Saudi Billionaire

Charlene Craig
November 7, 2018

Reuters quoted a senior government official who said the king's tour of the country would begin on Tuesday, his first such foray since ascending to the throne in 2015.

In an interview with Jared Kushner, U.S. President Donald Trump's son-in-law and Middle East adviser, and John Bolton, national security adviser, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman called Khashoggi a sympathizer of the Muslim Brotherhood and a unsafe Islamist, however Khashoggi's sons pushed back on this.

Khashoggi's body has not been recovered, and Saudi authorities are conducting an official investigation. The monarchy insists the October 2 murder was the work of rogue agents exceeding their authority.

The Saudi delegation is due to report back on Friday on which recommendations from states it has accepted.

But the Wall Street Journal reported that he was held for 11 months for criticising last year's mass detention of more than 200 princes, ministers and businessmen over allegations of corruption.

Freedom of opinion and expression were guaranteed, but was limited by laws that protect the rights of others as well as the "prerequisites of national security and public order", he said.

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Analysts suggested that operation was an attempt by the crown prince to consolidate power.

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Ankara had demanded Riyadh to cooperate in finding Khashoggi's body, which Istanbul's chief prosecutor said had been dismembered. "It's not a normal situation and not a normal death", he told CNN.

Son said he went to the country, but skipped the conference, instead sharing his concerns with Saudi officials.

Al-Baqi is a cemetery in Medina, Saudi Arabia. "This will happen. Otherwise Saudi wouldn't have started an internal investigation", Salah said.

Yet another freakish twist has come up in the story of the death of Jamal Khashoggi.

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Riyadh is under intense global pressure to give a credible account of Khashoggi's killing and to reveal where his body is.

"It's just labels and people not doing their homework properly, and reading his article and going in depth".

However, when grilled on our nation's involvement, Trump declined to say if the deaths would make him rethink the arms deal with Saudi Arabia, although he made it clear that using USA provided bombs to kill civilians bothered him.

"Jamal was never a dissident".

Talking to Turkey's Anadolu Agency, Oktay said that Turkey carried out an investigation into Khashoggi's killing with 'transparency and a serious manner'.

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