Who Is Jamal Khashoggi?
Jamal Khashoggi is one of most influential Arab journalists in the world.
No one has seen or heard from him since October 2. That was the day when he walked into Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul.
Turkish government officials have said he was killed inside the office. Saudi Arabian officials deny harming the journalist.
Jamal Khashoggi has worked for Saudi, American and international publications. He is highly critical of the government of Saudi Arabia, the nation of his birth.
Khashoggi lived in the United States after fleeing Saudi Arabia in June 2017. When asked why he left, he told Al Jazeera television in March, "I don't want to be arrested."
Jamal Khashoggi was born 59 years ago in Medina, Saudi Arabia, one of the holiest cities in Islam. He comes from a wealthy and powerful family. He is the grandson of Muhammad Khashoggi, a Turk who served as the personal doctor for King Abdulaziz Al Saud, the founder of Saudi Arabia.
Jamal Khashoggi is a nephew of Adnan Khashoggi, a Saudi businessman who was involved in an arms for hostages deal, the Iran-Contra scandal. In the 1980s, Adnan Khashoggi was reported to be worth $4 billion.
After completing his studies at Indiana State University in 1983, Jamal Khashoggi began working as a reporter for the English language newspaper Saudi Gazette.
In the 1990s, he reported from Afghanistan, Algeria, Sudan and the Middle East. He later wrote for other English and Arab language newspapers. He rose to become deputy editor-in-chief of Arab News, the top English newspaper in Saudi Arabia.
In his reporting and opinion pieces, Khashoggi often criticized Saudi religious values and pushed the government to carry out reforms. He made an enemy of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the First Deputy Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia and son of King Salman.
In 2017, Saudi police arrested nearly 50 political and business leaders in what critics saw as a power move by the Crown Prince. This action was quickly followed by the arrest of 17 women's rights activists, Israa al-Ghomgham and her husband.
Fearing for his safety, Khashoggi fled to the United States, where he lived outside Washington, D.C.
"I have left my home, my family, and my job, and I am raising my voice...We Saudis deserve better," he wrote in his first guest column for The Washington Post.
Khashoggi entered the Saudi diplomatic office in Istanbul to complete paperwork he needed to get remarried. His wife-to-be, a 36-year old Turkish woman, said she stood 11 hours near the door to the consulate, waiting for him to return. When he did not appear, she reported his disappearance.
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1.walked into 走进
How could he walked into my room that night?
2.served as 担任
I served as the Class President for two years.
3.personal doctor 私人医生
Investigators in the United States have raided the clinic of Michael Jackson's personal doctor.
4.waiting for 等待
He had been waiting for over an hour and was beginning to feel irritable.
5.He is highly critical of the government of Saudi Arabia, the nation of his birth.
highly critical of 高度批评...
I gather his report is highly critical of the trial judge.
His report is highly critical of the trial judge.
6.He made an enemy of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the First Deputy Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia and son of King Salman.
made an enemy 树敌；成为...眼中钉
He was unruly in class and made an enemy of most of his teachers.
I may have made an enemy but won many friends in the mean time.
贾马尔·哈苏吉(Jamal Khashoggi)是全球最具影响力的阿拉伯记者之一 。
自10月2日以来，哈苏吉音讯全无 。当日，他走进了沙特驻伊斯坦布尔领事馆 。
土耳其政府官员称，他在使馆内遇害 。而沙特官员否认伤害过这名记者 。
哈苏吉曾在沙特、美国以及国际出版物工作 。他高度批评沙特政府，他出生在这个国家 。
2017年6月，哈苏吉逃离沙特后定居美国 。今年3月，他被半岛电视台问及为何离开沙特时，他说：“我不想被逮捕 。”
59年前，哈苏吉出生于沙特的麦地那，这是伊斯兰教的圣城之一 。他出身于一户有钱有势的家庭 。他是穆罕默德·哈苏吉（Muhammad Khashoggi）的孙子 。穆罕默德·哈苏吉是土耳其人，曾是沙特创立者阿卜杜拉·阿齐兹·伊本·沙特(Abdulaziz Ibn Saud)国王的私人医生 。
哈苏吉也是阿德南·哈苏吉（Adnan Khashoggi）的侄子，这位沙特商人曾卷入军火人质交易以及伊朗军售丑闻 。据报道，在上世纪80年代，阿德南·哈苏吉的身价已经达到40亿美元 。
在上世纪90年代，他在阿富汗、阿尔及利亚、苏丹以及中东进行报道 。后来，他还为其它英语和阿拉伯语报纸撰稿 。他晋升为沙特顶级英文报纸《阿拉伯新闻》的副总编 。
哈苏吉经常在报道和评论中批评沙特的宗教价值观并督促政府进行改革 。他成为沙特第一副总理及萨勒曼国王之子、王储穆罕默德·本·萨勒曼（Mohammad bin Salman）的“死对头” 。
2017年，沙特警方逮捕了约50名政、商界领袖，评论人士认为这是王储的权力之举 。随后，17名妇女权利活动家、Israa al-Ghomgham及其丈夫被捕 。
哈苏吉进入沙特驻伊斯坦布尔领事馆是为了办理再婚所需的文件 。他的未婚妻——36岁的土耳其女子称，她在领事馆门口等了11个小时还不见哈苏吉回来 。当他没有现身时，她报告称，哈苏吉失踪 。