Deep State - The Deep State News

“To all the other parties involved (airlines, litigation firms, investigation firms, FBI, TSA, FAA, banks, security companies and more), we’re going to burn you down unless you begin to ‘play ball.'” – The Dark Overlord hacker group in a message that included the decryption keys.Read More →

Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Hurriyet columnist Abdulkadir Selvi: “It is said that the crown prince gave an instruction to silence Jamal Khashoggi and this instruction was captured during the CIA wiretapping. The subsequent murder is the ultimate confirmation of this instruction.”Read More →

Justice For Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia — which quickly dismissed the reported CIA findings — has repeatedly changed its official narrative of the October 2 murder, first denying any knowledge of Jamal Khashoggi’s whereabouts and later saying he was killed when an argument degenerated into a fistfight.Read More →

Jamal Khashoggi - Saudi Arabia Headline Stories Today

Now the office of the Chief Istanbul Prosecutor Irfan Fidan says journalist Jamal Khashoggi was strangled as soon as he entered the diplomatic compound as part of a premeditated killing. This is the first official confirmation of the murder made by the Turkish officials.Read More →

Benjamin Netanyahu and Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman - Israel and Saudi Arabia News Today

Saudi Arabia and Israel have secretly reached an estimated $250-million deal, which includes supplying the kingdom with Israeli espionage technologies, a report says.

“Some of the spy systems, which are the most sophisticated systems Israel has ever sold to any Arab country, have already been transferred to Saudi Arabia and put into use after a Saudi technical team received training in operating them,” the srael’s Jerusalem Post said.Read More →

Donald Trump - USA Politics News

Taking a page from the U.S. president’s own playbook, China on Thursday denounced a U.S. newspaper report that it is listening to Donald Trump’s phone calls as “fake news,” and suggested he exchange his iPhone for a cellphone made by Chinese manufacturer Huawei. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said:

“Firstly, The New York Times should know that such a report just provides another piece of evidence that The New York Times is making fake news. Secondly, I suggest they replace their iPhone with Huawei ones if they are really concerned about security issues.”Read More →