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Khashoggi’s fiancée sends a message to international artist Justin Bieber regarding his participation in a party in Saudi Arabia


Khadija Cengiz, fiancée of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Khadija Cengiz, the fiancée of the late Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, called on singer Justin Bieber to cancel his concert in Saudi Arabia, joining similar human rights calls.

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A human rights organization calls on Justin Bieber to cancel his participation in a concert in Saudi Arabia

And the Washington Post reported that Jenkins wrote a letter to international artist Justin Bieber, in which she said: “Please do not give a party to the regime that killed my fiancé. Our next wedding, but he was killed by agents acting on the orders of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.”

And that’s why I’m writing to you with an appeal: “The cancellation of the December 5 concert in Saudi Arabia is a unique opportunity to send a strong message to the world that your name and talent will not be used to restore the reputation of a regime that kills its critics.”

Khashoggi’s fiancée confirmed to the artist that she knows that “he is dedicated to his fans and therefore travels to Saudi Arabia, but there are hundreds of Saudis of all ages, backgrounds and religious beliefs, languishing in prison and being punished simply for expressing their opposition to the ruthless dictatorship of Mohammed bin Salman.”

“Please know that your invitation to participate in a party in Jeddah comes directly from Mohammed bin Salman as the crown prince is known, as nothing important happens in Saudi Arabia without his consent,” Cengiz said.

Khashoggi’s fiancée reminded the international artist of his previous speeches and stances against racism, asking him to support the cause of human rights in Saudi Arabia, noting that he has two albums titled “Justice” and “Freedom”, and “The Kingdom Needs Both.”

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Cengiz said in her message to the international artist: “Do not sing to the killers of my beloved Jamal. If you refuse to be the pawn of Mohammed bin Salman, your message will be loud and clear: I do not play the role of tyrants, I chose justice and freedom over money.”

Earlier this month, the Saudi Automobile and Motorcycle Federation announced, through its account on “Twitter”, that it was ready for a huge party that included a group of world stars, most notably Justin Bieber, on the sidelines of the Formula 1 Grand Prix, which will be held on December 5.

And the HRF Foundation for Human Rights had also called a few days ago, the international artist Justin Bieber to cancel his scheduled concert in Saudi Arabia, “in solidarity with the Saudi people in their continuing suffering.”

The Chairman and CEO of the aforementioned foundation, Gary Kasparov, explained that the organization sent its invitation to Bieber and other stars, because the Formula Race is sponsored and funded by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, as “the Saudi regime is one of the worst violators of human rights in the world.”

Source: washingtonpost