We honor Jamal Khashoggi and again condemn his heinous murder. We stand with advocates working to protect human rights globally and will use the "Khashoggi Ban" and other tools to deter transnational repression anywhere to prevent such a terrible crime from happening again.
— Secretary Antony Blinken (@SecBlinken) October 2, 2021
Three years ago today, my @PostOpinions colleague Jamal Khashoggi was murdered.
Three years brought a lot of rhetoric and promises from politicians and governments.
But three years later, no justice. We still don't know what happened to Jamal's body.
— Karen Nicole Attiah (@KarenAttiah) October 2, 2021
Missing words: “Saudi Arabia” and “MBS.” https://t.co/q9CZnN04gm
— Eli Clifton (@EliClifton) October 2, 2021
Kinda weird to do a condemnation tweet without actually condemning anyone
— Mankrik’s Knife 🔪 (@Marty_Shannon) October 2, 2021
This you? https://t.co/ffeHW938IB
— People for Bernie (@People4Bernie) October 2, 2021
The Biden administration did not publicly disclose the visit by Prince Khalid bin Salman in advance. Biden had pledged to make a “pariah” of the kingdom’s crown prince, but his administration has instead emphasized US-Saudi strategic interests .https://t.co/Kt4wiH3hVE
— Ellen Knickmeyer (@EllenKnickmeyer) July 6, 2021
US Sec State Antony #Blinken issues stmt after US ODNI released report re: alleged role #SaudiArabi's gov't had in journalist #JamalKhashoggi's murder, in which ODNI alleges Saudi Arabia's crown prince, #MuhammadBinSalman approved the capture or killing of #Khashoggi. pic.twitter.com/QDaKBd7F5C
— Devon Heinen (@DevonHeinen) February 26, 2021