US court slaps Saudi Crown Prince with summons for Canadian strike team case


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The strike group was refused entry, according to court documents, and the team members were kicked out.

Saad Aljabri. Aljabri family

“Having failed to complete the job in Canada, (bin Salman) continues his attempted extrajudicial murder to this day,” court documents indicate. “In recent months, the accused bin Salman has obtained a fatwa directed against Dr. Saad – in this case, a decision by religious authorities approving the murder of Dr. Saad.

None of the allegations have been proven in court.

Aljabri has lived in Canada since 2017 after fleeing his country following a coup in a palace. who saw bin Salman put the next in line for the throne. Aljabri was the right-hand man of Mohammed bin Nayef, who is the nephew of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. Bin Nayef was ousted in favor of Mohammed bin Salman, making Aljabri a target of the new regime, a source close to the Aljabri family told the National Post earlier this year.

Since then, numerous attempts have been made to force Aljabri to return to the Kingdom, including the kidnapping of two adult children of Aljabri, who were prohibited from leaving Saudi Arabia. The lawsuit claims he also received text messages from bin Salman via WhatsApp.

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