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Khashoggis fiancee: I feel guilty
"The killing of Jamal Khashogghi"

"Khashoggis fiancee: ”I feel guilty”"

"Hatice Cengiz in the exclusive interview, about the assassination of the saudi journalist"

"Hatice Cengiz stood outside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and waited."

"in the Midst of her was Jamal Khashoggi, journalist, who she planned to marry, tortured and dismembered by a saudi dödspatrull. "

"I didn't know how wonderful life could be before I met him, "says Hatice, in an exclusive interview with Norwegian PLEASE"

"On the afternoon of 2 October last year had Hatice Cengiz butterflies in my stomach."

"Together with his fiance, the saudi journalist and political dissident Jamal Khashoggi, she had just bought an apartment in the Turkish city of Istanbul. The pair was on the way to the Saudi consulate, where Jamal would pick out documents for the upcoming wedding. They talked about the future. "

"– We were happy. I was thinking about was we would have the wedding feast, "says Hatice Cengiz to the Norwegian newspaper PLEASE"

"”did not think that anything would happen”"

"Jamal Khashoggi went on to the consulate. The bride remained outside. "

"– He said, ”Wait here, we'll be seen!”. It was nothing special. We did not think that anything would happen. We hugged, not even each other."

"But Khashoggi never came out again. Turkish investigators have determined that the journalist was tortured and dismembered shortly after that he released into the building. Even american CIA has reached the same conclusion."

" I didn't know how amazing life could be until I met him. He was God's gift that had been sent to me, "says Hatice Cengiz to PLEASE"

"do you Regret that you went to the consulate?"

"– You never know what will happen, but I have thought a lot about it. I had wished that we had been more cautious. We had to go there to marry us. I feel guilty, it is the worst of all. But I forced him not to go in there."

"”Must not have died in vain”"

"the Murder of Jamal Khashoggi became a world first, and the saudi regime's actions have been condemned by a large number of countries."

"Hatice calls, however, for even more profound implications."

"– It put dagsordningen in ten months, but the results are not as good as they should be."

" I want to see those who are behind this get their punishment. Jamal may not have died in vain. And I don't want the murder to be abused as a political weapon."

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