Will there be justice for Jamal How Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder Suspects 2 days ago   25:06

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Friends, politicians and human rights activists have remembered Jamal Khashoggi, 100 days after the killing of the Saudi journalist.
They organised a vigil at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul where he was murdered.
And a memorial service was held in the U.S. Congress in Washington.
Some members are pressuring President Trump to re-evaluate relations with Saudi Arabia and its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is widely suspected of ordering the killing.
Will justice ever be served?
Or will diplomatic and trade links overule human rights principles?

Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault

Guests:
Rami Khoury - Professor of Journalism, American University of Beirut & Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
Matthew Bryza - Former U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan & former White House diplomat


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Comments 48 Comments

SiFugitive
LOL .. one day u will be killed .. and someone will write LOL again
Just me
He is dead on the orders of the prince, the prince will get away with it , now move on to something more important like bombing iran
Richard Alevizos
The only justice Will be when they put Prince Mohamed bin Salman to death.
robert forsythe
There will be NO justice other than who ever supports this EVIL 👿 Empire will have blood on there hands also. This country that has done this has no morals and has done much more than this . They were behind 911 along with BUSH and the US military.
serbian kosovo
Al jazeera=arab worlds CNN
FAKE NEWS..
serbian kosovo
Nancy pelosi=enemy agent
Ruben Villanueva
It's a Saudi problem, let them sort it out.
Justin Hillman
trump is stupid to defend this terrorist nation saudi arabia thank god our next president will not be trump our next leader will goto war with saudi arabia... we will end saudi regime soon with 13 icbm's hitting the royal palace
Doug Ballou
What about Justice for Hillary? Blood cries from the ground.
ART DECO
YOU HAVE BEEN DOING THIS FOR YEARS ..WHY CHANGE NOW ???TURKEY HAS MUCH MORE ,LIKE THE TAPE OF BEHEADING ,WITH AN AX,THE HEARD OF GEMAL ,HOLDING IT TO THE SKIPE ,THEN GOING ON CUTTING HIS BODY ,TO SEVERAL PEAS ES !!!THE TAPE WAS ON ,ON YOU TUBE ,THEN REMOVED !
multisphere1
Shame to everyone who is tolerating to injustice! How come it is okay for bonsaw prince to walk free and rule the country? UN is useless bureaucratic organization that isn’t able to change anything, all it does it feeds itself and its stuff. It’s matter of principle to achieve justice and World shouldn’t rest until MBS isn’t brought to justice!
MagicKirin1
Why is so much time spent on a Moselm brother hood member?

Daniel Pearl a real journalist was not given this attention
Kamal Dunputh
Saudi Arabia is U.S. ally and accomplice.
Chris Ganjour
Justice 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤑🤑🤑🤑🤐🤐🤐🤐 After This Sade khashoggi World See Justice !.
laser325
Will there be justice for Jamal Khashoggi?
Short answer. No.
Long answer. No.
Mike
All these Al-Jazeera videos on on "Jamal Khashoggi" is clearly a planned attack on Saudi's by the Qatari government. Why not make use your efforts to bring some attention to those journalists who are still missing and many others in jail in Saudi Arabia? This is why I stopped watching Al-Jazeera! Bi-ased Qatari Channel!
David Abbott
You people still trying to ride a dead camel, WTF!!!
MrJamberee
The Saudis will now put on trial and then execute the very people that the prince ordered to kill him. This was not a rogue operation. It came from the top. It was a sloppy and stupid murder that will now be made worse by the deaths of those ordered to do it, while the king gets off free.
hash-cadet
wtf do yo u want from the french, japanese, etc??? ffs
hash-cadet
'quest for justice' - good luck i guess? haha
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How Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder Suspects Will there be justice for Jamal 2 days ago   09:36

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President Trump is defending Saudi Arabia as we learn more about the likely death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi are joined by NBC’s Bill Neely and the former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert Jordan to break down the latest suspects and their ties to the Crown Prince.
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