Skip to comments.Street by Saudi US embassy could be renamed 'Jamal Khashoggi Way'
Posted on 12/01/2018 11:01:00 AM PST by Olog-hai
Local officials in a Washington neighborhood have voted to rename a street outside Saudi Arabias embassy in honor of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
If approved by the city council, the advisory commissions measure means a stretch of road going past the expansive embassy building in the upscale Foggy Bottom neighborhood would be ceremonially renamed Jamal Khashoggi Way.
Khashoggi, a US resident, was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October. [ ]
According to CNN, the idea to change the streets name started about a month ago following an online petition.
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Liberals in this country are insane. They don’t care about this questionable person. They just want to harm Trump.
Jamal wasn’t the best person in the world. In fact, I have grave doubts that he was a good guy at all.
Terrorist corpse lane, Rotting Jihadi...
We could refer to him on every map
Well, you know how that works in the liberal narrative: working for the Washington Compost makes him a saint and martyr.
601 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037
Elevate the Muzzi journalists.
I think I'm gonna get sick....
I like dead mussies as much as the next guy but this is ridiculous.
And do you really trust this guy?
Did he play WAPO to get the job?
So much we don't know.
Not a good idea!
If they really wanted to stick it to the Saudis they’d name it after Abigail Adams, Amelia Earhart, Grace Murray Hopper...a famous American female.
So, it’s a dead end street?
I may throw up.
Yeah, and people could drive on it, walk on it and do all kinds of other things on it.
Not Chuck Norris or Mohamed bin Salman Lane. No one who crosses either of those two survives.
Bad ifea. Not least because he was dedicated to turn the ME into an ant-West Pan-Arab Islamic Brotherhood.
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