In late 2018, Fair Observer published many articles on the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. In an editorial decision, we decided to publish a 360⁰ series on the subject one year after his death. We are doing so because freedom of the press matters and his murder raises deeply uncomfortable questions about the nature of the world we live in.
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Jamal Khashoggi’s Murder Damages Press Freedom — Atul Singh
Is Jamal Khashoggi Really Dead? — Rasheed Alameer
The Death of One Man Is a Tragedy — Virgil Hawkins
The US Is in Uncharted Territory with Saudi Arabia — Gary Grappo
Jamal Khashoggi: The Martyr Who Made Backlash Possible — Peter Isackson
Why Erdogan Had to Act on Khashoggi Killing — Nathaniel Handy
Continuing Jamal Khashoggi’s Fight for Free Expression in the Arab World — Rasheed Alameer
Jamal Khashoggi Shines Light on Arts Sector’s Problem with Money — Vanessa Stevens
The Walls Are Closing in on Free Media in the Arab World — Bill Law
Jamal Khashoggi Continues to Haunt the World’s Conscience — Gary Grappo