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CIA" accuses Ben Salman of involvement in the killing of Khashoggi

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CIA" accuses Ben Salman of involvement in the killing of Khashoggi

Post by rocky on Sat Nov 17, 2018 7:03 pm



CIA" accuses Ben Salman of involvement in the killing of Khashoggi

The US intelligence agency (CIA) believes that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in his consulate in Istanbul.
In the same vein, the Washington Post reported earlier that the CIA concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul.
"US officials have shown great confidence in the assessment of the CIA, which is the clearest assessment so far linking the Crown Prince of the Kingdom to this crime, which complicates the efforts of President Donald Trump to maintain relations with Saudi Arabia as the latter one of its closest allies and largest Buyer of weapons in the region and the world. "
The Washington Post reported that the US intelligence finding that Mohammed bin Salman was involved in Khashoggi's killing contradicted the Saudi government's assertion that the crown prince was not involved.
Reuters said it could not confirm the accuracy of the intelligence report reported by The Washington Post, but a source familiar with the assessments of the US intelligence told the agency, US government experts estimate with confidence that Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the operation that led to the death of Khashoggi.
According to Reuters, the White House declined to comment on the Washington Post report, saying it was a matter of intelligence. The State Department also declined to comment.
The Washington Post quoted people familiar with this matter that the CIA reached its conclusion after evaluating a cross-section of information from various intelligence sources, including a telephone conversation conducted by Prince Khalid bin Salman, brother of Prince Mohammed and the Saudi ambassador in Washington, with Jamal Khashoggi.
The newspaper added that Prince Khalid urged Khashoggi to go to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain the documents required for his marriage to a Turkish woman, and gave him assurances that he would not hurt him.
The newspaper said, quoting people familiar with the call, it was not clear whether Prince Khaled knew Khashoggi would be killed, but he made the call on the instructions of his brother the Saudi crown prince.
But Prince Khalid said on Twitter on Friday that Khashoggi's last contact with Khashoggi was via a text message on October 26, 2017, almost a year before Khashoggi's death. The brother of the Crown Prince said: "I never spoke to him by phone, and certainly did not suggest that he go to Turkey for any reason. I ask the US government to publish any information related to this allegation. "
Prince Khalid bin Salman confirmed that what the Washington Post reported about his contact with Khashoggi or suggesting that he go to Turkey for any reason "is not true." "Unfortunately, the newspaper did not publish our full response. This is a serious charge and must not be left to unknown sources. Our full response was as follows: "Ambassador Bashakhguji met personally personally in late September 2017 for a cordial discussion, and they continued by text messages after the interview. The last letter sent by the ambassador to him was dated October 26, 2017. Prince Khalid never discussed anything about going to Turkey with Gamal.Ambassador Khalid Bin Salman did not have any telephone conversation with him. You are welcome to check telephone records and mobile phone contents to prove this issue, in which case you will have to ask the Turkish authorities, as the Attorney General has done several times to no avail. "
"The allegations contained in this alleged assessment are incorrect. We have heard and continue to hear different theories without seeing the main bases of these speculations. "

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CIA accuses Ben Salman of involvement in the killing of Khashoggi

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CIA accuses Ben Salman of involvement in the killing of Khashoggi




US intelligence agency (CIA) believes that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is ordered to kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi in his consulate in Istanbul. 

In the same vein, the Washington Post reported earlier that the CIA concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul.

The newspaper said that "US officials have shown great confidence in the assessment of the CIA, which is the clearest assessment so far linking the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of this crime, which complicates the efforts of President Donald Trump to maintain relations with Saudi Arabia as the latter one of the closest allies and the largest buyer of weapons in Region and world ". 

The Washington Post said that "the result of US intelligence on the involvement of Mohammed bin Salman in the killing of Khashoggi contradicts with the assurances of the Saudi government not to involve the Crown Prince in it." 

Reuters said it could not confirm the accuracy of the intelligence report reported by the "Washington Post", but a source familiar with the assessments of US intelligence told the agency that "US government experts appreciate the confidence that Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the operation that led to the death of Khashoggi."

According to Reuters, the White House declined to comment on the Washington Post report, saying it was a matter of intelligence, and the State Department also declined to comment. 

The Washington Post quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that "the CIA reached its conclusion after evaluating a cross-section of information from various intelligence sources, including a telephone call made by Prince Khalid bin Salman , brother of Prince Mohammed and the Saudi ambassador in Washington, with Jamal Khashoggi." 

The newspaper added that "Prince Khalid urged Khashoggi to go to the consulate inIstanbul to obtain the documents required for marriage to a Turkish woman, and gave him assurances that he would not hurt him."

"It was not clear whether Prince Khalid knew Khashoggi would be killed, but he made this contact on the instructions of his brother the Saudi crown prince," the newspaper said, quoting people familiar with the call. 

But Prince Khalid said on Twitter that "Khashoggi's last contact with Khashoggi was via a text message on Oct. 26, 2017, almost a year before Khashoggi's death. 

" The brother of the Crown Prince said, "I never spoke to him by phone, To Turkey for any reason, I ask the US government to publish any information related to this claim. " 

Prince Khalid bin Salman that the Washington Post reported on his contact with Khashoggi or his proposal to go to Turkey for any reason" is not true. "

"Unfortunately, the newspaper did not publish our full response. This is a serious charge and should not be left to unknown sources. Our full response was as follows." Ambassador Bachakhguji met personally personally in late September 2017 for a friendly discussion, Text after the interview. " 

The last letter sent by the ambassador to him was dated October 26, 2017. 

Prince Khaled never discussed anything about going to Turkey with Jamal, 

and Prince Khalid bin Salman did not have any telephone conversation with him, Telephone and mobile phone contents to prove this issue, in which case I will have to As requested by the Turkish authorities, as did the Prosecutor (Saudi) several times to no avail. "

"The allegations contained in this alleged assessment are incorrect. We have heard and are still hearing different theories without seeing the main grounds for these predictions," concluded Khalid.



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