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The New York Times denounces MBS

The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Ben Salmane (MBS), approves all the means likely to silence the Saudi dissidents, where they are. “The witch hunt” is open all year!

Let’s understand by “all means” the surveillance, kidnapping and even physical torture of Saudi citizens, hostile to the Wahabbite regime in general, and MBS in particular, reported the New York Times.

This campaign, according to the US newspaper, referring to intelligence documents that US officials had access to, was launched a year before the horrific fate of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

For almost three years now, Saudi agents, known as the Saudi Quick Response Group, have been involved in some ten dissident operations. Among these agents, says the NYT, some of the commando that had executed the journalist Khashoggi. This one, we remember, had been killed on October 2 and his body had been dismembered. And this, claims Saudi Arabia, following “a fight that has degenerated”.

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