<pre><pre>Cooperate or face the murder of Jamal Khashoggi? | Middle East

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan He had promised what he called the "naked truth" and 24 hours later he delivered his long-awaited speech to the parliamentarians in Ankara.

He gave more details about the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, but the president said many questions remain unanswered, including who ordered his death and where his body is.

Erdogan said the Saudi journalist was the victim of a savage murder, planned days in advance. The comment contradicts the Saudi accounts of an accidental murder.

He also said he did not doubt the credibility of King Salman, but demands answers and a full investigation of what happened in Istanbul three weeks ago.

The crown prince of the Saudi crown Mohammad bin Salman was not mentioned, who, according to some suspects, ordered the murder of the writer who had criticized him.

Erdogan wants the identities of all involved to go to trial in Turkey. And now that?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Galip Dalay: research director at the Al Sharq forum in Istanbul and visiting professor at the University of Oxford

Steven Rogers, a member of the Trump for President Advisory Board and a former member of the FBI's Joint Task Force on Terrorism

Toby Cadman – extradition and human rights lawyer.

Source: News from Al Jazeera