An Interview with Jamal Khashoggi

Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist and constructive critic of crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, was brutally murdered on October 2 in Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul. This egregious attack on a thoughtful voice of reason has devastated us at Altamar, as we were lucky enough to have Jamal on as a guest in February to discuss the new crown prince and Saudi Arabia’s future under him. We’re re-releasing our interview with Jamal as tribute to a man who so deeply cared for his country, and who wanted nothing more than to see it go down the right path.

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