Sunday, February 28, 2021

Assassination of Jamal Khashoggi a violation of human rights, US President threatens Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia will have to answer for human rights violations

Saudi Arabia will have to answer for human rights violations, now there will be significant changes in relations between the two countries, the US President bluntly announced


Washington (Today's Chitral latest. February 28, 2021) Jamal Khashoggi's assassination is a violation of human rights, the US President threatened Saudi Arabia.  According to foreign media reports, US President Joe Biden has said that Saudi Arabia will have to respond to human rights violations.

In an interview, the US President said that he had made it clear in his talks with Saudi King Salman that now there would be significant changes in the relations between the two countries.  According to US media, the changes are expected to be announced tomorrow, but President Joe Biden's threat came after a US intelligence report blamed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the assassination of US journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

After the US report on the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi came to light, US President Joe Biden has unequivocally announced that Saudi Arabia will have to answer for human rights violations.  Tensions between the United States and Saudi Arabia have risen since new US President Joe Biden came to power.  It is believed that the US intelligence report has been released regarding the investigation of the murder case of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The report confirms the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi on the orders of the Saudi Wali.  It is reported that the report is 2 years old which the Biden administration has now decided to bring to light.  According to the report, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman considered the slain Jamal Khashoggi a threat to his kingdom.  That is why Muhammad bin Salman approved the capture or assassination of journalist Jamal Khashkji, after which a special operation was carried out in Istanbul, Turkey.

According to the report, since 2017, Muhammad bin Salman had taken full control of Saudi Arabia's security and intelligence operations, making it impossible for Saudi officials to carry out such an operation without the approval of the Saudi Crown Prince.  Be  It should be noted that two years ago in 2018, the assassination of the Saudi Crown Prince's critics journalist Jamal Khashoggi caused a stir on the world stage.  The brutal assassination of a Saudi-American journalist on Turkish soil and the discovery of his body was a question mark that has yet to be answered.  Turkey directly blamed Saudi Arabia for the killings.  Relations between the two countries were strained after Turkey's accusation, which has not returned to normal.


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