Video: Hanan Al-Ater Published Rare Photos for her Saudi Journalist Husband Jamal Khashoggi

“On this day, we celebrated your birthday together in Washington, March 25, 2018, and the spark of love that we crowned with the sacred marriage was on June 2, 2018,” Al-Attar said in a tweet on her page.

Al-Attar told Al-Siasi that she tried to prevent Khashoggi from visiting the Saudi embassy in Washington, where he was working to confirm their marriage contract

And she said, “Today, we are all in a world that suffers from the oppression of those around. You suffered a terrible crime, and I am suffering the denial of my right from people considered to be friends. With a cleric we trusted him but…..”

The wife of the Saudi journalist concluded her speech by saying, “On your birthday, I say: You will remain my husband, who believed in his dreams; that our Arab world would be more humane. And your painful departure will not change the necessity of achieving your aim and eliminating injustice from all the oppressed, including me.. ”

“Your wife, Hanan”

Today the memory of my husband Jamal khashoggi birthday. Last birthday it was in Washington we were together with Maggie salem.

Jamal khashoggi birthday is 23 March 1958
God bless your soul Jamal.

The murder of Jamal Khashoggi is a killing or assassination that took place on October 2, 2018, at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. The death of Jamal Khashoggi remained unofficial, until a statement issued by the Saudi Public Prosecution on October 20, 2018, confirmed the incident and revealed the circumstances of the death.

The incident led to the end of the services of a number of Saudi General Intelligence officers, headed by Ahmed Asiri, Deputy Chief of Intelligence, in addition to the removal of Saud Al-Qahtani, advisor to the Saudi Royal Court, from his position, and form of a committee headed by the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to restructure the leadership of the Saudi General Intelligence.

In a meeting with Nora O’Donnell broadcasted on September 29, 2019, on the American network CBS, just before the first anniversary of the Khashoggi killing, Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman stated that the killing of Jamal Khashoggi was a “awful crime” that the Saudi leadership had not ordered, but that with It bears “full responsibility” for it, because the killing took place “under his administration.” Stressing that the Saudi government has no interest in killing him, and that the threat to Saudi Arabia is from this “awful crime that targeted a Saudi journalist at a Saudi consulate,” adding that it is impossible to imagine the “pain” that this crime created, especially among the leadership and government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

 

 

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