Kareem Fahim The Washington Post


'Kareem Fahim The Washington Post' - 27 News Result(s)

  • Saudi Crown Prince Knew Of "Criminal Mission" Targeting Khashoggi: Report

    Saudi Crown Prince Knew Of "Criminal Mission" Targeting Khashoggi: Report

    A special U.N. investigator on Wednesday called for further investigation of high-level Saudi officials, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

  • Egypt's Ex-President Mohammed Morsi Dies In Court While Facing Trial

    Egypt's Ex-President Mohammed Morsi Dies In Court While Facing Trial

    Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, collapsed in court and died Monday while facing trial, prompting supporters and human rights activists to demand an impartial probe into his death.

  • Saudi Arabia Silent As China Cracks Down On Muslims During Ramadan

    Saudi Arabia Silent As China Cracks Down On Muslims During Ramadan

    In China, the current Islamic holy month of Ramadan can bring even more struggles for Muslims already under relentless pressures.

  • Saudi Encouraged "Oil Boom" Foreign Workers To Leave. Now It's Struggling

    Saudi Encouraged "Oil Boom" Foreign Workers To Leave. Now It's Struggling

    Mohammed Iqbal joined the throng of foreign workers bound for Saudi Arabia during the oil boom of the 1970s, after recruiters from Pepsi visited his native India and dangled an opportunity in the kingdom driving a delivery truck.

  • Saudi Arabia's Crackdown On Dissidents May Hinder Plan To Attract Tourists

    Saudi Arabia's Crackdown On Dissidents May Hinder Plan To Attract Tourists

    The ambitious initiative, led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, would be challenging in the best of times - relying on the government to abandon its wariness of foreign visitors and on the outside world to revise its perceptions of Saudi Arabia as a forbiddingly conservative society.

  • Saudi Ex-Royal Advisor, Suspect In Khashoggi Killing, Drops Out Of Sight

    Saudi Ex-Royal Advisor, Suspect In Khashoggi Killing, Drops Out Of Sight

    Authorities here will not say what became of Saud al-Qahtani, a powerful royal adviser whom Saudi prosecutors allege played a major role in the events that led to Jamal Khashoggi's killing in Istanbul three months ago.

  • In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    Somewhere in this kingdom, Prince Turki bin Abdullah is locked away. Turki, 47, was once a golden scion of Saudi Arabia's gilded royal family, a prominent son of former King Abdullah and a fighter pilot with advanced degrees who trained in the United States and Britain. He was the powerful governor of Riyadh province, then chief executive of the mu...

  • A Year After Ritz-Carlton Roundup, Saudi Elites Remain Jailed

    A Year After Ritz-Carlton Roundup, Saudi Elites Remain Jailed

    Somewhere in this kingdom, Prince Turki bin Abdullah is locked away.

  • Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Is "Chief Of Tribe" In Cowed Saud House

    Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Is "Chief Of Tribe" In Cowed Saud House

    For just over two years, until June 2017, Mohammed bin Nayef was crown prince of Saudi Arabia, the designated heir to the throne. A grandson of the kingdom's founder, with long experience at high levels of government, he was the first of his generation to reach the direct line of succession.

  • Khashoggi's Killing Planned And Brutal, Reveal Those Involved: Erdogan

    Khashoggi's Killing Planned And Brutal, Reveal Those Involved: Erdogan

    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday that the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was a "planned" and "brutal" murder and called on Saudi Arabia to extradite 18 suspects to Turkey to face justice for the crime.

  • Turkey Releases Images Of Men Allegedly Involved In Journalist's Killing

    Turkey Releases Images Of Men Allegedly Involved In Journalist's Killing

    Turkish officials have provided The Washington Post with scans of passports that they say were carried by seven men who were part of a Saudi team involved in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2.

  • Saudi Rejects US "Threats" Of "Severe Punishment" On Missing Journalist

    Saudi Rejects US "Threats" Of "Severe Punishment" On Missing Journalist

    A combative Saudi Arabia said Sunday it would not bend to "threats" as it pushed back against growing U.S. and international pressure over allegations it is responsible for the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, threatening retaliation for any sanctions.

  • Opinion: Behind Saudi's Public Face, A Dark Side

    Opinion: Behind Saudi's Public Face, A Dark Side

    When he hosted last October's glittering global investment conference in Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had the world at his fingertips. Thousands of investors, corporate chieftains and government leaders flocked to the kingdom to hear the charismatic young heir to the Saudi throne outline his plans for modernization of the reclusiv...

  • A Saudi Squad Lay In Wait For Khashoggi And Left Turkey Quickly: Sources

    A Saudi Squad Lay In Wait For Khashoggi  And Left Turkey Quickly: Sources

    As Jamal Khashoggi prepared to enter the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, a squad of men from Saudi Arabia who investigators suspect played a role in his disappearance was ready and in place.

  • Turkey Demands That Saudis Prove Missing Journalist Left Consulate Alive

    Turkey Demands That Saudis Prove Missing Journalist Left Consulate Alive

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded Monday that Saudi Arabia prove that journalist Jamal Khashoggi left the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on his own, as Saudi officials have repeatedly asserted, after he disappeared last week while inside the mission.

'Kareem Fahim The Washington Post' - 27 News Result(s)

  • Saudi Crown Prince Knew Of "Criminal Mission" Targeting Khashoggi: Report

    Saudi Crown Prince Knew Of "Criminal Mission" Targeting Khashoggi: Report

    A special U.N. investigator on Wednesday called for further investigation of high-level Saudi officials, including Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

  • Egypt's Ex-President Mohammed Morsi Dies In Court While Facing Trial

    Egypt's Ex-President Mohammed Morsi Dies In Court While Facing Trial

    Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first democratically elected president, collapsed in court and died Monday while facing trial, prompting supporters and human rights activists to demand an impartial probe into his death.

  • Saudi Arabia Silent As China Cracks Down On Muslims During Ramadan

    Saudi Arabia Silent As China Cracks Down On Muslims During Ramadan

    In China, the current Islamic holy month of Ramadan can bring even more struggles for Muslims already under relentless pressures.

  • Saudi Encouraged "Oil Boom" Foreign Workers To Leave. Now It's Struggling

    Saudi Encouraged "Oil Boom" Foreign Workers To Leave. Now It's Struggling

    Mohammed Iqbal joined the throng of foreign workers bound for Saudi Arabia during the oil boom of the 1970s, after recruiters from Pepsi visited his native India and dangled an opportunity in the kingdom driving a delivery truck.

  • Saudi Arabia's Crackdown On Dissidents May Hinder Plan To Attract Tourists

    Saudi Arabia's Crackdown On Dissidents May Hinder Plan To Attract Tourists

    The ambitious initiative, led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, would be challenging in the best of times - relying on the government to abandon its wariness of foreign visitors and on the outside world to revise its perceptions of Saudi Arabia as a forbiddingly conservative society.

  • Saudi Ex-Royal Advisor, Suspect In Khashoggi Killing, Drops Out Of Sight

    Saudi Ex-Royal Advisor, Suspect In Khashoggi Killing, Drops Out Of Sight

    Authorities here will not say what became of Saud al-Qahtani, a powerful royal adviser whom Saudi prosecutors allege played a major role in the events that led to Jamal Khashoggi's killing in Istanbul three months ago.

  • In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    In A Bid To Crush Rivals, Saudi Prince Jailed Rivals At Ritz-Carlton

    Somewhere in this kingdom, Prince Turki bin Abdullah is locked away. Turki, 47, was once a golden scion of Saudi Arabia's gilded royal family, a prominent son of former King Abdullah and a fighter pilot with advanced degrees who trained in the United States and Britain. He was the powerful governor of Riyadh province, then chief executive of the mu...

  • A Year After Ritz-Carlton Roundup, Saudi Elites Remain Jailed

    A Year After Ritz-Carlton Roundup, Saudi Elites Remain Jailed

    Somewhere in this kingdom, Prince Turki bin Abdullah is locked away.

  • Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Is "Chief Of Tribe" In Cowed Saud House

    Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Is "Chief Of Tribe" In Cowed Saud House

    For just over two years, until June 2017, Mohammed bin Nayef was crown prince of Saudi Arabia, the designated heir to the throne. A grandson of the kingdom's founder, with long experience at high levels of government, he was the first of his generation to reach the direct line of succession.

  • Khashoggi's Killing Planned And Brutal, Reveal Those Involved: Erdogan

    Khashoggi's Killing Planned And Brutal, Reveal Those Involved: Erdogan

    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday that the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was a "planned" and "brutal" murder and called on Saudi Arabia to extradite 18 suspects to Turkey to face justice for the crime.

  • Turkey Releases Images Of Men Allegedly Involved In Journalist's Killing

    Turkey Releases Images Of Men Allegedly Involved In Journalist's Killing

    Turkish officials have provided The Washington Post with scans of passports that they say were carried by seven men who were part of a Saudi team involved in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2.

  • Saudi Rejects US "Threats" Of "Severe Punishment" On Missing Journalist

    Saudi Rejects US "Threats" Of "Severe Punishment" On Missing Journalist

    A combative Saudi Arabia said Sunday it would not bend to "threats" as it pushed back against growing U.S. and international pressure over allegations it is responsible for the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, threatening retaliation for any sanctions.

  • Opinion: Behind Saudi's Public Face, A Dark Side

    Opinion: Behind Saudi's Public Face, A Dark Side

    When he hosted last October's glittering global investment conference in Saudi Arabia, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had the world at his fingertips. Thousands of investors, corporate chieftains and government leaders flocked to the kingdom to hear the charismatic young heir to the Saudi throne outline his plans for modernization of the reclusiv...

  • A Saudi Squad Lay In Wait For Khashoggi And Left Turkey Quickly: Sources

    A Saudi Squad Lay In Wait For Khashoggi  And Left Turkey Quickly: Sources

    As Jamal Khashoggi prepared to enter the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2, a squad of men from Saudi Arabia who investigators suspect played a role in his disappearance was ready and in place.

  • Turkey Demands That Saudis Prove Missing Journalist Left Consulate Alive

    Turkey Demands That Saudis Prove Missing Journalist Left Consulate Alive

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan demanded Monday that Saudi Arabia prove that journalist Jamal Khashoggi left the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on his own, as Saudi officials have repeatedly asserted, after he disappeared last week while inside the mission.

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