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Khashoggi and Middle Eastern grotesqueries

Before Jamal Khashoggi’s troubling vanishment, he wrote a final column for the Washington Post in September 2018, whereupon he excoriated Crown Prince Salman, of the House of Saud, to end the cruel war in Yemen by using his powerful “clout” to pressure the Iranians into an immediate ceasefire.  His admonishment included this appeal to his Prince:

“Saudi Arabia is defined and represented by its Islamic stature. We should not need to be reminded of the value of human life. Muslims around the world deserve to see [the] birthplace of Islam represent the ethics of Islam . . .

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