All Articles on Jamal Khashoggi

Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was honored by human rights activists, who projected his image on buildings in Washington, D.C. and across the nation on October 2, 2020, the second anniversary of his assassination. (Photo: Amnesty International/Twitter) News
On Grim Anniversary of Khashoggi Murder, Activists Project Slain Saudi's Image From Coast to Coast
"We promise you, Jamal, to always tell your story and to fight tirelessly until justice is served."
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A protester dressed as Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and another dressed as U.S. President Donald Trump stand outside the White House in the wake of the disappearance of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Oct. 19. (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images) Views
Two Years After Khashoggi’s Brutal Murder, Why Is America Still an Accomplice to MBS's Crimes?
So long as U.S. leaders continue to coddle the Saudis, it’s difficult not to ask who is more evil—the maniacal Saudi crown prince or the mendacious Western governments and businesspeople who support him?
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan, seen here in 2017, said Wednesday he would not participle in a summit for international mayors hosted by Saudi Arabia. News
Human Rights Groups Applaud London Mayor for Boycotting Saudi Summit
"No mayors in good conscience should agree to attend the U20 Summit until Loujain and the other imprisoned Saudi human rights defenders are freed and the bombing and blockading of Yemen ceases."
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Qatar is a small peninsula sticking up from Arabia into the Gulf.  (Photo: Sean Gallup/Getty Images) Views
Chump: Before Trump Fell for Antifa Conspiracy Theory, He Fell for Saudi Blockade of US Ally Qatar
Is there no conspiracy theory Trump won’t fall for, however damaging to US interests?
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After all, the efforts of both sides to deepen their ties with the military-industrial complex and increase their sway in Congress have ensured that the real interests of this country played second fiddle to those of Middle Eastern despots. Certainly, their acts helped ensure near historic levels of arms sales to the region, while prolonging the wars in Yemen andSyria, and so contributing to death and devastation on an almost unimaginable scale. (Photo: Campaign Against Arms Trade/Flickr/cc) Views
How the Saudis, the Qataris, and the Emiratis Took Washington
A monumental lobbying battle over American foreign policy.
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Hatice Cengiz, News
'Saudi Arabia Must Be Held Accountable': Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancée to Attend State of the Union as Congressman's Guest
Hatice Cengiz's "courage to sit in the House Chamber Tuesday night should serve as a clarion call to the president," said Rep. Gerry Connolly.
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UN Report on Saudi Prince's Hacking of Bezos's Phone Raises Questions Over Other Potentially Compromised Elites
"If the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman personally hacked Bezos's phone via malicious files sent over text, it seems extremely likely he's hacked heads of state the same way."
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Bezos owns the Washington Post, which has often been critical of Trump, who in turn has viciously attacked the newspaper and its owner. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Did Saudi Prince Bin Salman Personally Hack Jeff Bezos’s Phone, Vacuuming Up Secrets? What About Jared Kushner?
The revelation that Bin Salman himself played a pivotal role in the attempt to ruin Bezos’s life over the Washington Post‘s reporting on Saudi Arabia and on Donald Trump should send chills down the spine of everyone who has ever chatted with the prince over Whatsapp.
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The Khashoggi Verdict Is Exactly What Impunity Looks Like. It Must Be Denounced.
Impunity for the killing of a journalist commonly reveals underlying political repression, corruption, abuse of power, propaganda and even international complicity. All are present here.
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Let 2020 Be the Year of a Truly Free Press
We all have a responsibility to ensure that journalists are free to do their work, without threats of injury, imprisonment, or death.
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