[size=36]US intelligence speaks of new Saudi threats and warns three friends Khashoggi[/size]
Time magazine revealed US warnings sent by the CIA to three friends of Jamal Khashoggi warned them of new Saudi threats.
The intelligence told friends and colleagues of the journalist who was killed in his consulate in Istanbul last year that their attempts to continue the democratic path and freedom called by Khashoggi made them and their families a target of the Saudi authorities. According to individuals who were warned and security sources in both countries.
US intelligence chief Iyad al-Baghdadi, who lives in Norway through the intelligence services of the country, as well as Omar Abdul Aziz, a Saudi-based Saudi dissident and a third person residing in the United States, declined to be identified.
The three were working closely with Khashoggi to launch an initiative on democracy and human rights in the Arab world. Based on available information, activists were targeted because of their sharp criticism of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and his charge of ordering the killing of their friend Khashoggi last year.
According to security officials abroad, the CIA was the source of warning of the new risks. A CIA spokesman declined to comment, but the CIA had a duty to warn individuals of risks including murder, kidnapping or physical harm, as ordered in 2015 by the director of the National Security Agency.