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Jamal Khashoggi

Five Saudis have now been sentenced to death for the death of Jaml Khashoggi, a critic of the Saudi government, who was killed in the Saudi's embassy in Instanbul, Turkey. Another three others have also been sent to jail for the same murder.


An operation the Saudi government has tagged "rogue operation" and in the heat of the investigation has accused the Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman of knowing about the operation, something he has denied in different interviews, and in October during another interview said he took "full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia, especially since it was committed by individuals working for the Saudi government".

A senior aide, Saud al-Qahtani, was sacked and investigated but was later acquitted due to insufficient evidence. Former deputy of intelligence, Chief Ahmad Asiri was also investigated, but he was acquitted due to the same lack of evidence.


The Saudi Arabia football team doesn't feel like respecting the victims of the London terror attack during a football match. The team were booed by Australian football fans after they failed to properly lined up for a minute of silence honour of the victims of the terror attack that happened recently in London.


The Saudi Arabia team was going to meet the Australian team for their World Cup qualifier at the Adelaide Oval, when the announcer announced the minute silence for the victims, and the Australia team team linked arms in a line on the centre circle, but the Saudi team stayed at Random formation on the field.

Also, members of the Australian team stood still for the honour silence, while the members of the Saudi team were on their sit, while some of the players continued to warm up.

Australians also shared their outrage on social media.

Eight people were recently killed in London when 3 Muslim Jihadists attack civilians and kill them in London.

Australians beat Saudi Arabia 3-2.



Riyadh, Saudi: Police in Riyadh have arrested a man after he shot a male doctor that  help delivers his wife's baby. The husband was angry when he heard that a male obstetrician was in-charge of delivering the baby instead of a woman gynaecologist.


Dr Muhannad Al Zabn delivered the baby a month ago at the King Fahad Medical City in the Saudi capital Riyadh.

According to the media report, the man went to the hospital to appreciate the doctor for helping in delivering his wife's baby without any complications. The two met at the garden of the  hospital, and during conversation, the shooter pulled out a gun he had hidden under his clothes and fired shots at the doctor.

The shooter fled the scene of the incident immediately, while Dr Muhannad Al Zabn was wheeled into the Intensive care unit of the hospital, and according to the official spokesperson of the hospital who confirmed the shooting of the doctor at the hospital premises, Dr Muhannad Al Zabn is in a stable condition.



Manama, Saudi Arabia : A Saudi man divorced his wife few hours to wedding after he received a gift of flower bonquet and  a USB. The man who and the lady who had been looking forward to a wonderful future together had to break up on wedding night after the husband-to-be received a gift from the ex-boyfriend of the bride that shows both of them being intimate. The groom who says he can't look past the picture called it quit and said he can't proceed with the wedding after the images in the picture show the bride been intimate.


Report shows that the ex-boyfriend of the bride had invited the bride to a private conversation, but the bride had ignored his call and told the Ex-boyfriend that its over and they both need to move on and she is looking into being a wife soon and a good mother to her kids and won't see the man. The Ex-boyfriend then warned her of the consequences of refusing the invitation. The consequences which resulted in the memory stick that later caused the break up.

Nobody could identify the blackmailer and the groom in his statement said

                       “It was truly the shock of his life and he could not bear the scandal.”