US News The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia at the heart of an assassination attempt

13:25  08 august  2020
13:25  08 august  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia is the second most important position in Saudi Arabia , second to the King, and is his designated successor. Currently, the Crown Prince assumes power with the approval of the Allegiance Council after he is appointed by the King.

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Le prince héritier d'Arabie Saoudite au cœur d'une tentative d'assassinat © DOMINIQUE JACOVIDES / BESTIMAGE The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia at the heart of an assassination attempt This Wednesday August 5, 2020, the Former right-hand man of Prince Mohammed Ben Salman, Saad Aljabri accuses him of having attempted to assassinate him in Canada to silence him.

The Saudi prince, Mohammed Ben Salman, is again implicated in an assassination attempt against Saad Aljabri one of his senior intelligence officials. A refugee in Toronto in Canada, the latter accuses the Riyad of having sent the Tiger Squadron, a group of mercenaries, to kill him. In a 106-page complaint, filed Wednesday, August 5, 2020 in a court in Washington, United States, he says he owes his life to the vigilance of border guards at Toronto airport who spotted the squad. Saudi Arabian. Endowed with tourist visas, it was made up of about fifty men "experienced in cleaning up crime scenes" including "forensic scientists who dismembered Khashoggi with a bone saw", equipped with "two bags of 'forensic tools ". Material that is not unlike that of the group accused of having strangled and then cut into pieces Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul (Turkey) in 2018. The remains of the latter's body, which was not other than one of the Washington Post collaborators and critic of the Saudi regime, have never been found

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Formerly the right-hand man of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, Saad Aljabri was one of the pillars of Saudi Arabia's relations with the intelligence services of the Five Eyes (United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand), reports the BBC. According to Saad Aljabri, the Saudi kingdom wants to eliminate him, because it has - in particular - evidence on the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. According to our British colleagues, "few people have more sensitive, humiliating and damning information about the accused Ben Salman than Mr. Aljabri. This is why the accused Ben Salman wants him dead and why the accused Ben Salman has worked to achieve this goal for the past three years ". According to Saad Aljabri, two of his children who remained in Saudi Arabia were kidnapped in March and have given no sign of life. The Canadian government was aware of surveillance, intimidation and threats against citizens Former Canadian ambassador to

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A senior aide to the ousted crown prince of Saudi Arabia has alleged in a lawsuit filed in a US court that the present crown prince , Mohammed bin Jabri’s lawyers also describe in detail the attempted assassination of Jabri, which they say happened just weeks after Khashoggi, a dissident supporter of

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, Dennis Horak believes that the facts are not surprising: "Several countries still believe that they can act in this way , he declared in an interview with Radio-Canada. We have seen it with Russia and several others have been doing it for many years, such as Iran. For several regimes, when you consider that someone is an enemy, we get rid of it. It should not be done yet in the 21st century, but unfortunately it is. " For his part, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair explained that the government was aware that Canadians and residents of Canada had been watched, intimidated and even threatened: "This is completely unacceptable and we will never tolerate anything but Foreign actors threaten Canada's national security or the safety of our citizens and residents, Blair said in a statement. We urge people to report these threats to law enforcement authorities. " Saad Aljabri accuses the Crown Prince of attempted extrajudicial execution in violation of US law on the protection of victims of torture and international law. So far, the Saudi government has not responded to this complaint.

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