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Khadija Genghis' first comment after Turkey officially announced that Kashogi's case would be transferred to Saudi Arabia: We all know who is guilty.

Khadija Genghis’ first comment after Turkey officially announced that Kashogi’s case would be transferred to Saudi Arabia: We all know who is guilty.

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Turkish researcher Hadis Genghis, the future wife of Saudi journalist Jamal Kashoki, who was assassinated at her country’s embassy in Istanbul in 2018, has commented on the official announcement by the Turkish judiciary. The case was transferred to Saudi Arabia.

Genghis tweeted on his Twitter page, “My fight for justice for Jamal is not over yet. The courts may have decided to ignore the truth of his case, but I will not stop it, I will not remain silent.”

She continued, “We all know who is to blame for Jamal’s murder. Now it is more important than ever that I continue to serve.”

The official Anatolian news agency said on Thursday that “the Turkish judiciary on Thursday decided to send the trial of those accused in the murder of journalist Jamal Kashoghi to Saudi judicial authorities.”

The agency continued, “The 11th Criminal Court in Istanbul, which is responsible for prosecuting Kashogi’s murder, issued this decision in the absence of 26 defendants.”

He added, “The session was attended by lawyers from the Istanbul Bar Association on behalf of the defendants, besides Kashogi’s fianc மனைவிe Hadis Genghis and his lawyer. The court announced the decision to suspend further consideration of the case.

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