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originally posted by: vonclod
a reply to: kelbtalfenek
It does not mean that you can murder people within your embassy, that is on foreign soil.
originally posted by: ManFromEurope
And the Turkish have to be very, very careful with this audio-material.
Because it comes from the inside of an embassy. I would like you to think about this.
What kind of way did this media take? Why was it taken?
How did the Turkish officials got a hold of it?
Were/Are they routinely spying into the inside of other countries embassies?
“The premises are sovereign territory, but we will allow them to enter and search and do whatever they want to do.
originally posted by: namehere
why should we care? restraining Iran by supporting Saudi Arabia is more important than the life of one person, it might be terrible but what has turkey done recently for us? except you know, turn against us at every opportunity they've had.
originally posted by: Agit8dChop
I want to know why Turkey are pushing so hard to know.
The murdered man was Saudi
He was educated in the US
If the Saudi's wanted to kill a Saudi traitor, whats it of Turkeys business?
originally posted by: Majic
I kind of feel sorry for the Saudi Crown Prince.
After this, people are going to be calling him "Mohammad Bone Sawman".
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: gortex
If true, wonder what geopolitical consequences this might have for US-Saudi relations.
Keeping in mind that we have a long-standing mutually beneficial relationship....
Geopolitics are so complicated, I can't even begin to make sense of the implications of something like this.
originally posted by: carewemust
Why such a big deal over a non-American journalist being murdered? Happens all the time somewhere in the world.
There are wing-nuts telling President Trump to cancel the $110 Billion military weapons contract with Saudi Arabia over this murder.
That would be $110 Billion fewer dollars coming to American families who work in, and support those industries.
Why such a big deal over a non-American journalist being murdered?
In a clip broadcast on "CBS This Morning," the president says the Saudis could be behind the disappearance of Khashoggi and, if so, the U.S. would inflict "severe punishment." He also said the matter is especially serious because, "this man was a reporter."