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By equivocating on the brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the US is dipping its hands in his blood

21st October, 2018

Last week, I wrote here about the horrible fate of Jamal Khashoggi. I ventured to suggest that these events, horrific as they are, could be the beginning of the end of the grotesque and arbitrary character of what passes for US foreign policy under Donald Trump.

Nothing in the last week has diminished my belief that the US must bear a degree of moral blame for the Khashoggi incident. It and Israel uttered no words...

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