Highlights of the story
- Joe Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia in July
- Speculation that Biden met with a Saudi prince
- The crown prince is accused of killing Kashogi
US President Joe Biden is set to tour Saudi Arabia soon. This is his first official visit to Saudi Arabia since taking office as President. However, he faces criticism for his plans to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia during the tour. Hutchison Sangis, the future wife of Saudi Arabian government critic and journalist Jamal Kashoki, has also been targeted.
He stopped at the dock on speculation about a possible meeting of the US president with the Crown Prince. In fact, the United States has been blaming the crown prince of Saudi Arabia for the assassination of Jamal Kashoki from the beginning.
Biden was criticized for speculating about meeting the title prince
Journalist Jamal Kashoghi was assassinated in 2018 on the orders of the Crown Prince, according to a US intelligence report. Kashogi continued to criticize the Saudi government through his article in the Washington Post.
Kashogi’s fiance Hadiche Changis said in a video message, “Mr. Biden, you will soon go to Saudi Arabia as president, where you will meet Jamal’s ruthless killer.” It will be a shame for you and Jamal to meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
This video by Hatieche was released by Democracy for the Arab World Now (Dawn).
Hadith said, Mr. President, I urge you to uphold your principles and do not ignore this heinous crime. You must do your part to bring to justice all the perpetrators of this barbaric murder. Like me, you personally understand this pain and suffering well. You know how hard it is to get rid of this pain. The man I loved was brutally murdered, and I must live in a world where those who killed him will not be punished and become famous.
Kashogi’s fianc said, “It’s very frustrating if you have to put oil on principles and immorality on values.” You may ask where Jamal’s body is. Does he not have the right to bury his body properly? What will happen to his killers?
Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia in July
We tell you that Biden may go on tour to Saudi Arabia and Israel next month. Officials say his visit could take place in mid-July. Dates may also change. The visit will mark a major turning point in Biden’s foreign policy.
All eyes will be on Biden during this visit and it remains to be seen whether he will meet Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during his visit.
Let us tell you that the road in front of the Saudi Embassy in Washington was recently named after Kashogi. This road opening was not a fuss but he sent a video message.
In the message, Hadith said, “Dear Jamal, Those ideas and values for which you lost your life are appreciated all over the world today. We will continue to spread those ideas and values in this region and around the world.
Journalist Jamal Kashoki, who was critical of the Saudi Arabian government, went to the Saudi embassy in Istanbul on October 2, 2018 to collect some important documents, but he did not return. This time, his fiance was waiting for him in the car.
Saudi Arabia claimed responsibility for Kashogi’s assassination, but Saudi Arabia has denied it. Later, under international pressure, Saudi Arabia admitted to killing Kashoghi inside the embassy.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has released a statement claiming that Kashoghi was assassinated on the orders of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
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