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Jamal Khashoggi, a mercenary journalist, was assassinated when attempting to settle his wedding on paper – and his bride, Hatice Cengiz, says it was impossible to cope with his death, due to events that began with the death of Khashoggi, who had died in Istanbul at the Consulate of Saudi Arabia.
"I really do not know how to express myself," Cengiz said in Washington on Friday. "There was nothing to complain about pain from the atrophy experienced, the most important reason being that his body was still not found."
Without his body, Khashoggi's loved ones could not carry out his funeral prayer, Cengiz said, adding: "Our pain is still as fresh as the first day."
Cengiz talked about a recorded video message that was played at Mayflower Hotel one month after the death of Khashoggi. She was editor The Washington Post – which mediated today's monument.
Khashoggi's remains are unknown, and the United States, Turkey and other nations have called on Saudi Arabia to fully cooperate in their death investigation.
Memorial was organized by Jamal Khashoggi's Justice. This is with a prayer – a salat al-ghaib, which was carried out in memory of the "Muslims who died in a remote place".
Hours in front of the monument, Cengiz wrote Khashoggi is an opinion creation The Washington Post"As we are witnessing the international indignation of the murder, perpetrators must know that they can never abolish the idea of their beloved country, but they are reinforced."
He added, "Now the international community has to bring the perpetrators to justice."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Khashnoot was "brutally murdered" in a Saudi operation involving more than a dozen people. Control and suspicion have fallen on Mohammed bin Salman's Saudi crown, who has known that he is taking direct action against those who oppose him.
The Saudi officials gave various explanations of how and why Khashoggi died on 2 October. First, it was the insistence that the country had nothing to do with the disappearance of one of its high-ranking critics. He claims Khashoggi died in the fight – and last week a Saudi prosecutor said the assassination was being prepared.
The Istanbul Prosecutor's Office gives new details of Khashoggi's death this week, the Istanbul Prosecutor's Office has called a "murders" and issued a statement that Khashoggi was part of the plan shortly after he entered the consulate.
"His body was suppressed after his death after suffocation – once again as planned," according to the Turkish state-run agency Anadalou.
Over a month since Khashoggi's death, today is the international day that puts an end to impunity for crimes against journalists, as reported by U.N.
At least 88 journalists were killed in 2018, says António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, who has issued a message:
"On this day, I pay tribute to journalists who are doing their job every day despite intimidation and threat, and their work – and their deceased colleagues – remind us that truth will never die and we should not commit ourselves to the fundamental right to freedom of speech.
– The report is not a crime.
The date of 2 November was chosen to remember two French journalists killed in Mala in 2013 – two of the more than 1000 journalists that U. N. has said since 2006 have died.
Here is the complete list of people who speak about Khashoggi Memorial:
Honorable Gerry Connolly, US Representative House (VA-11)
Urooj Mughal on behalf of US Senator Tim Kaine
Thomas O. Melia, PEN America
Andrew Miller, POMED
Noni Ghani, Reporters Without Borders
Daniel Balson, Amnesty International
Dr. Abdullah Alaoudh, Georgetown ACMCU
Dr. Esam Omeish, my personal friend
Nihad Awad, my personal friend
Hatice Cengiz, the late fiance of Jamal Khashoggi
Dr. Courtney Radsch, the Committee on the Protection of Journalists
Tom Porteous, Human Rights Watch