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    Jamal Khashoggi murder: Turkish media raises Mossad suspicions

    Although Israeli agencies have been involved in and busted for extrajudicial assassination/targetted killings like this:

    Assassination of Mabhouh was successful but technology won

    Dubai Hamas murder anniversary: Clear images of those involved in the operation, their fake identities revealed and the connections between them laid bare - marked a new high for law enforcement and proved the operation had been a disaster.

    January 19, 2012

    Mahmoud Al Mabhouh, bottom, is shown being followed by his alleged killers in this CCTV handout from Dubai Police in 2010.

    Below Turkish media reports citing an Israeli writer have not been validated by relatively more reliable US MSM, before jumping to conclusions, best to wait till investigations are completed and all the facts come out.

    Mossad suspicions on Jamal Khashoggi murder

    In the case of the possible murder of Khashoggi inside the S.Arabia consulate in Istanbul, Mossad’s name started to be mentioned.

    Haber Merkezi | 09.10.2018

    Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who has lived in exile in the United Staes for the past year fearing retribution for his critical views on Saudi policies, entered the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul on Tuesday to secure documentation for his forthcoming marriage. He has not been heard of since.


    Since then, Turkish officials have offered conflicting accounts of his disappearance, with Ankara saying there was no evidence that he had left the diplomatic mission although Riyadh saying he exited the premises the same day.

    Now rumors started to swirl as Saudi Arabia fails to convince the public over the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi. In the connection with the journalist’s possible murder, Israeli intelligence Mossad’s name started to be mentioned.

    Israeli writer and journalist Yossi Melman hints that Mossad could be involved in the murder. Melman mentioned the close relations between Saudi Arabia by adducing Mossad’s involvement in the murdering of Mehdi Ben Barka.


    Sunday, 28 March 2010 00:40 UK
    Dubai's starring role in Israeli-linked murder plot
    Dubai's extensive CCTV allowed police to track the movements of the assassins

    By Jane Corbin
    BBC Panorama, Dubai

    It is one of the most glamorous places in the world, complete with the tallest skyscrapers and the glitziest hotels. But now Dubai is perhaps most famous for its starring role in a murder mystery that could have been lifted from the pages of a spy novel.

    The twist in the plot is that it was all captured by the surveillance cameras (CCTV) that are everywhere in the emirate.
    Over an eight-month period, 27 people made their way to and from Dubai from nine different countries as they plotted the death of one man, Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

    Six of the 12 British passports used by the hit team

    Following unrelated view at best seems to have only contextual link:

    Why Are Some pro-Israel Voices Speaking Out Against Jamal Khashoggi?

    Notably, the mainstream pro-Israel groups, like the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and the Anti-Defamation League, were not joining in the attacks, and Israeli officials were silent as well

    and Ron Kampeas
    Oct 22, 2018 12:47 PM

    White House Adviser Jared Kushner (L), Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (C), Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R)AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, AP/Alexei Druzhinin, Reuters/Thomas Coex
    • More Khashoggi-MBS links revealed as suspected killer dies in 'suspicious car accident'

    Two weeks after he disappeared, Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi Washington Post columnist, is getting his reputation run through a wringer, and some pro-Israel voices are joining the pile-on.

    Even as gruesome allegations emerge that he was tortured, murdered and dismembered after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, some Israel supporters have joined other figures on the right in describing Khashoggi as a terrorist sympathizer and fierce opponent of Israel. Their goal appears to be to counter a portrait of Khashoggi as a Saudi reformer and free speech activist, and perhaps derail pressure building on the White House to punish Saudi Arabia for his disappearance and presumed murder.

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