Jamal Khashoggi – His last piece read by journalists across the world


This is the last piece written by Jamal Khashoggi, which his editor Karen Attiah received a day after he disappeared.


  1. Unfortunately we see, again, a sign of the long-lasting troublesome relationship between saudi government and the western world. This deadlock around the financial influence over the weaponry transactions conflicting with western ideal of democracy has been flagged and discussed for many years, yet, without proper accountability for both parts. It's very frustrating that we still need to balance between economic profit and civil rights, even after this absurd event involving a public figure who spoken loudly against notorious violation of human rights under Saudi royal family. Well, I still hope for the best to any and everyone suffering on these tyrannic and absolutist governments, that put religion over humanity. Hopefully, somehow we can turn this bleeding page into a better future. I don't know how, I don't know when, but we need to resist in order to exist.

  2. Dear people of Amnesty International,
    Do not forget Jamal Khashoggi.
     Please, please, please continue the movement until the killer of Jamal Khashoggi is punished in the international court.

  3. Why his last piece is linked to his death as if he died for writing these. Jamal spent his entire life in Saudi Arabia and worked as an editor in chef for a Saudi newspaper.

  4. Justice must be done for the late junalis, we never see such crime in this world. If justice is still alive in the hearts of humans we need to see it for our beloved brother jamal kasogi!

  5. There will be no real justice, until MBS is held accountable for his actions, as well as Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Dubai, and the rest of the dubious people are held accountable. Countries that sell weapons are also to blame.

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