Saudi Arabia is enemy to the world and should be sorted out.
Along with Israel, US and UK
But was not it all supposed to be Iran's fault and responsibility ? At least according to Trump it is. That bozo may be does not have a mirror to look at.
Reality of what is happening. Erdogan is simply letting them know "I KNOW". Now let's see WHAT you do or I will release to the Public to show your DOUBLE STANDARDS as it relates to Human Rights. The Saudi Kingdom is FINISHED !!!!
The Saudi-Wahhabis are only US-British Empire puppets. Frau Merkel, Herr Trumpf, and Mr. Sawman will say Iran needs to be punished for this.
you dont think the US has the saudi consulate bugged too?
nothing will come from this, weapon sales are far too important.
Saudis never answered for 9/11... Just a continuation of animals looking like people...
it was a US / Israeli operation, that did not involve passenger planes at all
Sorry, but I must strongly disagree. The Saud family consists of crypto-jews (Doenmeh-Frankist jews) and they collaborated fully with the US Deep State and the Mossad to cause the mass murder of 9/11. As much as I do despise Islam, the reason for the extraordinary crimes of the Saudi family is their closet Jewishness.
The Saudi Royal family and their relatives in other nearby countries were not Donmeh Jews but Sabbatean and his followers. A Jewish Rabbi that was declared by most Jews as the Messiah; the son of God. He later converted to Islam and took some of his followers. Wahhabism is Sabattian.
Why else would they have an open door policy with Israel at a time Israel kills Arabs as it likes. Why else would America give them whatever they wanted while denying Iran of life. They can get their oil from Iran or Venezuela or even Syria.
The recordings that could reveal the killing of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi embassy in Turkey in shocking detail have been shared with France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, the UK, and the US, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said.
“They all know since they all listened to the conversations and everything,” Erdogan said in a televised speech on Saturday.
Erdogan also accused Saudi Arabia of knowing that the killer of the former Washington Post columnist is among a group of 15 Saudis who touched down in Turkey the day prior to the killing, leaving again for Riyadh in the hours following Khashoggi’s death.
“Saudi Arabia could resolve this by making this 15 talk,” Erdogan said. “The murderers are surely among this 15 or 18, there's no need to look elsewhere.”
Ankara has claimed to have had audio of the blood-curdling murder ever since the journalist went missing on October 2, after going inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, never to be seen again.
Unconfirmed reports of the contents of gruesome tape allege that Khashoggi was grabbed, drugged and dismembered on a tape with a bone saw. The voice attributed to a Saudi forensic evidence chief also suggests that others witnessing Khashoggi’s harrowing fate listened to music in order to drown out the sounds.
Saudi Arabia had initially denied that Khashoggi was killed inside the building, initially insisting that he left it. They later changed their story to say the journalist was accidentally killed in a fist fight after an argument broke out. Riyadh now insists that the killing was carried out in a rogue operation unbeknownst to the leadership.
However, Erdogan has insisted that Khashoggi had been killed on order from the “highest levels” of the Saudi government.
The tapes will put further pressure on the Saudis’ Western allies to take action over the killing, who have so far taken a wait-and-see approach before sanctioning the regime. Riyadh is big buyer of Western military hardware, and US and EU leaders will also be under pressure to heed calls to block the billion-dollar arms sales agreed with the kingdom.
Last week, France’s Emmanuel Macron and Germany’s Angela Merkel agreed that the outcome of the murder investigation could lead to EU-wide sanctions on Saudi Arabia, including a halt to arms sales.
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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, meanwhile, said on November 2 that Washington would need a “handful more weeks” before making a decision on potential sanctions. He did stress that President Trump would “demand accountability for those who were involved in the commission of this heinous crime.”
Meeting in Paris on Saturday, Macron and Trump agreed that full transparency was needed from Saudi authorities on the murder, adding that the killing should not be used to allow further destabilization in the region.
Pressure is also mounting on the Saudi Crown Prince and heir apparent Mohammad bin Salman, whose possible role in the killing has been much discussed in the media, prompting some to suggest that he may be replaced in the near future.