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A Washington Post columnist who has written pieces critical of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince has gone missing, according to the paper.

Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi, was last seen visiting the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey last Friday. He entered the consulate at about 1 p.m., his fiancée told the Post. She reportedly called police when Khashoggi did not emerge by 5 p.m., when the consulate closed for the day.

The article goes on to state the following:

Khashoggi’s friends told the Post he was attempting to get documents for a marriage license at the consulate.

His personal website is running a banner that reads, “Jamal has been arrested at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul!”

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  1. That is the definition of oppression…NFL… see? He criticized the government and now he’s missing. Now do you get it?…..Prayers for this man and his fiance.

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