Sunday 21 October 2018 > Español
Jamal Khashoggi was a prominent journalist who been assassinated inside Saudi Arabia’s consulate at Istanbul Turkey. Saudi Arabia government is violating ALL ethics and Human Rights for the last 3 years exceeding previous records of violations. And appallingly Saudi Arabia is head seat of United Nations human rights committee.
Jamal Khashoggi "was" infamous journalist been writing in major news media lately working with Washington Post.
Saudi Arabia monarchy deliberately discards international laws in many situations from waging wars to executing prisoners of conscious and various violations of human rights that passed over its political boarders.
Journalists, human rights’ activists, and anonymous individuals ought to tackle and challenge the monarchy government of Saudi Arabia savage comportment perpetually at all levels domestic, political, social, economic, even religious practices.
Jamal Khashoggi assassination case currently embarrassing most Saudi’s monarchy western allies. UK, USA, Germany, France governments and news media are shameful of this horrific murder.
The Society of Professional Journalists: SPJ, coalition of 42 other groups, call for full investigation into Saudi Arabian journalist’s whereabouts. Khashoggi’s disappearance is not only a personal tragedy for his family, but it is also a violent attack on press freedom by a regime that is unwilling to countenance dissent.
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