Home » Who is Saad Al Jabri (Saudi Arabia Tiger squad Wanted) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
Breaking News World

Who is Saad Al Jabri (Saudi Arabia Tiger squad Wanted) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Saad Al Jabri (Saudi Arabia hit squad Wanted) Biography – Saad Al Jabri  Wiki

Saad Al Jabri was the right-hand man to Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who was widely credited with defeating the al-Qaeda insurgency in the 2000s. He was also the linchpin in all Saudi Arabia’s relations with the “Five Eyes” (US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) intelligence agencies.
A quiet-spoken man with a doctorate in artificial intelligence from Edinburgh University, Mr Jabri rose to the rank of cabinet minister and held a major-general’s rank in the interior ministry.
But in 2015 everything changed. King Abdullah died and his half-brother Salman ascended to the throne, appointing his young and untested son Mohammed bin Salman, widely known as MBS, as defence minister.
In 2017 Mohammed bin Salman carried out a bloodless palace coup with his father’s blessing. He effectively usurped the next in line to the throne, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, becoming crown prince himself.
That deposed prince is currently arrested, his assets have been seized and those who worked for him have been removed from their posts. Mr Jabri then fled to Canada.

Saudi crown prince accused of sending hit squad to Canada

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is accused of sending an assassination squad to Canada to kill a former Saudi intelligence official.
The court documents alleged in the US were allegedly shortly after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the failure of the plan to kill Saad al-Jabri.
Jabri, a veteran of the Saudi Arabian government, fled into exile three years ago.
Since then he has been under private security protection in Toronto.
Court documents say the alleged plan failed after Canadian border guards suspected the assassination squad while attempting to enter the country from the Pearson International Airport in Toronto.
For years Mr. Jabri, 61, has played a key role between UK’s MI6 and other Western spy agencies in Saudi Arabia.

What does the complaint say?

The 106-page unproven complaint, which was filed in Washington DC, accuses the crown prince of attempting to murder Mr Jabri in order to silence him.
Mr Jabri says this is down to him possessing “damning information”. The document says this includes alleged corruption and overseeing a team of personal mercenaries labelled the Tiger Squad.
Members of the Tiger Squad were involved in the murder of dissident journalist Khashoggi, who was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018, it says.
“There are very few places with more sensitive, humiliating and damning information about the defendant bin Salman than the mind and memory of Dr. Saad – except perhaps the recordings made by Dr Saad in anticipation of his murder,” the document said.
That is why the defendant bin Selman wanted to die, and the defendant bin Salman has been working towards this goal for the past three years. ”
Saudi crown prince in 2017 in a very strong liquidation before fleeing Arabia Jabri made by the prince, fled to Canada via Turkey.
He claims that Muhammed bin Selman has repeatedly made efforts to return him to Saudi Arabia, even sending private messages, and among them, he has sent “We will definitely reach you” text messages.
Then, less than two weeks after the murder of Khashoggi, Mr Jabri says the Tiger Squad travelled to Canada with the intention of killing him.
The court filing says the group – which included a man from the same department as the man accused of dismembering Khashoggi – were carrying two bags of forensic tools.
However, Canadian border agents “quickly became suspicious” of the group and refused them entry after interviewing them, it says.
“Bin Salman in fact dispatched a hit squad to North America to kill Dr Saad,” the claim asserts.
Mr Jabri is accusing the crown prince of attempted extrajudicial killing in violation of the US Torture Victim Protection Act and in breach of international law.
The Saudi government did not respond to a request for comment.
Canada’s Federal Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair said he couldn’t comment on the specific case but said the government was “aware of incidents in which foreign actors have attempted to monitor, intimidate or threaten Canadians and those living in Canada.”
“It is completely unacceptable and we will never tolerate foreign actors threatening Canada’s national security or the safety of our citizens and residents. Canadians can be confident that our security agencies have the skills and resources necessary to detect, investigate and respond to such threats,” he said.
“We will always take the necessary action to keep Canadians and those on Canadian soil safe and we invite people to report any such threats to law enforcement authorities.”
In May, the BBC reported that Mr Jabri’s children had been seized as “hostages”, according to his eldest son, Khalid.