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Khashoggi Disappearance Is an Opening for Referendum on U.S.-Saudi Alliance


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Khashoggi Disappearance Is an Opening for Referendum on U.S.-Saudi Alliance

Hassan El-Tayyab

Ten days after the disappearance of Washington Post reporter and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi, there seems to be less and less doubt that Saudi Arabia committed murder. Khashoggi, a long-time critic of the Saudi royal family, hasn’t been seen since Tuesday October 2, when he went inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey to get a marriage license. Turkish intelligence claim they have “documented evidence” of his murder.


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If past action is a hint, they will not act any different in this scenario than in any other that requires moral leadership.


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And even if it was proved that 19 Saudi’s were involved in 9/11? Wait! It has been proved!


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With no decisive action of the world community to arrest the inhuman Israeli Apartheid and Genocide against Palestine why expect any action against the inhuman kingdom of the Saudi Arabian Regime.


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According to moonofalabama.org , it is verrrrry complicated. His Oct. 14 article.