Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The “Freedom First” campaign displayed a large photo at the Saudi Embassy in Washington of journalist Jamal Kashoki, who was assassinated at the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul on October 2, 2018.
The “Freedom First” campaign said on its Twitter account: “We showed Jamal’s photo at the Saudi embassy in Washington as a reminder that Jamal’s legacy will last forever. Help us ask for Jamal’s justice.”
We presented a picture of Jamal at the Saudi Embassy in Washington to remind him that his image will live on forever. Help us to ask Jamal for justice. Follow #FreedomFirst and be a part of this historic campaign! #StopMBS #JamalKhashoggi https://t.co/TNTMtTbGxy
Freedom defines itself as a campaign in conjunction with Amnesty International and an independent initiative to educate leaders across the entertainment industry about the consequences of human rights abuses and celebrity-based reputation campaigns in Saudi Arabia.
In Washington DC, the third anniversary of Kashoghi’s assassination, the “first since independence” campaign with Turkish researcher Hadis Genghis and many other activists organized a protest in front of the Saudi embassy and another. Congress
The “Freedom First” campaign also published a paid advertisement on the last page of the Washington Post, which included a question about his picture and the location of his body.
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