Saudi journalist killed fiancee asked to return the remains: the government knows where it is.

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 Saudi journalist killed fiancee asked to return the remains: the government knows where it is.


Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee of the murdered Saudi journalist Kashuji, said the Saudi government had information about the location of Kashujis body and demanded it be returned, the Russian satellite news agency reported Wednesday.

On October 29, she made the remarks at a party held in London in memory of Kashuji by Middle East Proverbs magazine. He also asked Saudi Arabia to return the body of KASH. I believe the Saudi government knows where his body is, she said. The government responded to my request, not only from his fiancee, but also as a person and a Muslim woman. I hope to try not only those who killed my beloved Jamal, but also those who organized and ordered the murder. Kasuji is a columnist in the Washington Post, who wrote criticisms of the Saudi government. In October 2nd, he arrived in Saudi Arabias consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and disappeared. Local time on Thursday (25), Saudi Arabia for the first time admitted that Kasuji was killed, premeditated. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

On October 29, she made the remarks at a party held in London in memory of Kashuji by Middle East Proverbs magazine. He also asked Saudi Arabia to return the body of KASH. I believe the Saudi government knows where his body is, she said. The government responded to my request, not only from his fiancee, but also as a person and a Muslim woman. I hope to try not only those who killed my beloved Jamal, but also those who organized and ordered the murder.

Kasuji is a columnist in the Washington Post, who wrote criticisms of the Saudi government. In October 2nd, he arrived in Saudi Arabias consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and disappeared. Local time on Thursday (25), Saudi Arabia for the first time admitted that Kasuji was killed, premeditated.