Saad Al-Jabri’s son: My father breaks his silence 4 years after Omar and Sarah were detained in Saudi Arabia

Saad Al-Jabri’s son: My father breaks his silence 4 years after Omar and Sarah were detained in Saudi Arabia
Saad Al-Jabri’s son: My father breaks his silence 4 years after Omar and Sarah were detained in Saudi Arabia

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)– Khaled Al-Jabri, the son of the former Saudi security advisor Saad Al-Jabri, said that his father decided to break his silence after his attempts over four years to release his two children Omar and Sarah from Saudi Arabia failed.

Khaled Al-Jabri wrote, through his Twitter account, that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman “took Sarah and Omar hostage to blackmail my father on the first day of his assumption of the mandate of the covenant,” adding: “After 4 years of trying all ways to secure their freedom, my father breaks his silence on Sunday.” Next up is 60 Minutes.

Khaled Al-Jabri attached to his tweet a promotional video clip from the “60 Minutes” program broadcast by the American CBS news channel, about a meeting scheduled to be broadcast next Sunday with Saad Al-Jabri.

And the promotional video for the “60 Minutes” program stated that Saad Al-Jabri “said that the Saudi crown prince sent a team to kill him when Jamal Khashoggi was killed, so is he still a target?”

Saad al-Jabri had accused the Saudi crown prince, in a court case in Washington, DC, of ​​sending a “assassination squad” from Saudi Arabia to Canada “in an attempt to kill him” days after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi “by members of the same group.”

Al-Jabri said in the lawsuit that Prince Mohammed bin Salman “sent a team to kill him more than a year after he fled Saudi Arabia, and rejected the repeated efforts by the Crown Prince to lure him to return to the kingdom.”

Al-Jabri counts on the former crown prince and former interior minister, Prince Muhammad bin Nayef, as he was considered the second man in bin Nayef’s team who was relieved of his position in 2017. Muhammad bin Nayef and Al-Jabri had fostered close relations with US intelligence officials over years of Working together in the fight against terrorism, especially against Al-Qaeda after the September 11 attacks.

Former US officials say Jabri’s commitment and depth of knowledge impressed US intelligence and helped save countless lives.

After Muhammad bin Nayef stepped down, Al-Jabri fled to Turkey in 2017, and from there to Canada, leaving behind two of his sons, Sarah and Omar. Al-Jabri said in the lawsuit that Sarah and Omar were prevented from leaving Saudi Arabia, and that he begged Prince Mohammed bin Salman to allow them By leaving the kingdom, but the crown prince replied via text messages via the “WhatsApp” application, saying: “When I see you, I will explain everything to you,” and “I want you to come back within 24 hours,” according to the lawsuit papers.

 
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