Washington Post, Qatar & Turkey Misreported About Jamal Khashoggi
12-27-18, The Federalist -- The Washington Post has caused itself a major scandal since it has come to light they and their martyred “reformer” Jamal Khashoggi were publishing anti-Saudi propaganda for Qatar. They tried to bury this in a pre-Christmas Saturday news dump, but that can’t stop the damage this will do to their reputation.
Security Studies Group research reported from reliable sources familiar with the Khashoggi investigation that documents showing wire transfers from Qatar were found in his Turkey apartment. They were immediately put out of reach by Turkish security services, so they did not show the collusion between Khashoggi, Qatar and Turkey prior to his death. We have published a new, unredacted set of findings about the case. It is damning to Qatar, Turkey, and the Washington Post. [..snip]
Qatar has been a U.S. intermediary to numerous extremist groups including our current peace negotiations with the Islamic terror group, Taliban in Afghanistan and ransom delivery for the release of AWOL US soldier Bowe Bergdahl. The five Taliban leaders involved in the trade for Bergdahl joined the Taliban’s political offices in Qatar. Qatar and Turkey both benefit from these attacks on Saudi Arabia and have tried to parley them into actual gains.
Turkey's leader, Erdogan actually asked the US to send his main political rival, Fethulla Gulen, to Turkey. Mr Gulen resides in the US is a green card holder. The irony of Erdogan using the death of a Saudi opposition activist; Khashoggi to ask for the extradition of opposition leaders he would most likely kill is stunning.
Turkey says it has audio and video proof that Khashoggi was murdered in the Saudi consulate and Saudi has admitted it's true. Although no one outside of Turkey officials have seen or heard the recordings. No proof has been provided and his body has not been recovered. Strange.
Aside: Israel and Saudi Arabia relations thaw with common enemy, IRAN. More here More here
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