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Remembering Jamal


Monday 29 October 2018

18:30 – 21:30 GMT

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In association with the Al Sharq Forum, Middle East Monitor is hosting an international memorial in honour of Jamal Khashoggi.

Jamal, a leading journalist and columnist on MENA, and an outspoken critic of the Saudi Arabian regime, was killed on October 2nd at the consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul, Turkey.

Join us for an evening of remembrance for the life, work and thoughts of Jamal Khashoggi.


The following is a list of speakers who will be attending the memorial:

Dr Daud Abdullah
Director of Middle East Monitor

Nihad Awad
CEO of the Council on American-Islamic Relations

Crispin Blunt MP
Member of Parliament for Reigate, Surrey

Hatice Cengiz
Fiancée of Jamal Khashoggi

Martin Chulov
Middle East correspondent for the Guardian

David Hearst
Editor-in-Chief of Middle East Eye

Wadah Khanfar
Former Director General of Al Jazeera

Bill Law
Sony award-winning journalist

Ajmal Masroor
British Broadcaster

Hugh Miles
Award-winning freelance journalist and editor of

Peter Oborne
Former Chief Political Columnist of the Daily Telegraph

Michelle Stanistreet
Secretary General of the National Union of Journalists

Sue Turton
Filmmaker and war correspondent

Sarah Leah Whitson
Executive Director, Middle East and North Africa Division, Human Rights Watch

Who was Jamal Khashoggi?

Jamal Khashoggi was one of the most experienced and accomplished journalists of his generation. His professional interest extended far beyond that of his native Saudi Arabia, from Sudan and Algeria to Afghanistan and Palestine.

On a personal level he was humble and passionate. He was affable and a pleasure to work with. Middle East Monitor is proud to have hosted Jamal Khashoggi at our event in London just one month ago.

Jamal's deep and passionate love for his country and the people of the region was exemplified through his writing. Freedom of expression, integrity in public office, good governance, accountability and transparency were all issues close to his heart. He had a desire to see the region’s wealth fairly distributed and equal opportunity for all its peoples.

Jamal Khashoggi may have been silenced physically but his memory and his thoughts will have a lasting and enlightened impact on young people in the region and journalists across the world.

For more information and to reserve your ticket, go to the EVENTBRITE WEBSITE
To contact organisers:  email at, or call  +44 (0)20 8838 0231

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