Trump Evangelical Leader says: Khashoggi’s Death was an “Operation Eichmann” Gone Bad
Dateline: Jerusalem, November 1, 2018
Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi Arabian Embassy but did not walk out. It appears that an attempt was made to drug him and return him to his home country to stand trial for charges against the government. Article 6 of the law in Saudi Arabia states that it is “punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years and a fine of not more than SAR3 million or one of these penalties for a number of crimes, including the production of anything that violates public order, religious values, morals, the inviolability of private life, or preparation, transmission or storage of it through the Internet or a computer.”
Mike Evans reports that he was quietly told, first in Israel by a former high-level member of Mossad, and later in a meeting with Egyptian intelligence officials, that Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman approved the mission to arrest Khashoggi and return him to his home country just as Israel did with Adolf Eichmann. Unfortunately, the person charged with arresting the journalist and flying him back to stand trial for incitement accidentally killed him and then panicked. It was then that the cover-up ensued.
Evans then flew to the UAE and heard the story repeated twice more before flying to Saudi Arabia and hearing it yet again. While in the various countries, Evans met with His Royal Highness Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Defense. He also held meetings with the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Islamic Affairs, Dawah, and Guidance, Education, as well as the Secretary General of the Islamic World League, and members of ETIDAL Center (Combating Extremist Ideology).
According to sources, Khashoggi was not choked but stopped breathing after he was drugged to get him from Turkey back to his home country. It was reported that Khashoggi had apparently been in a long-term relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood, a radical organization firmly aligned with Turkey and Qatar.
Despite rabid finger-pointing by Turkey, Evans says the Saudis were well aware that the embassy cameras were trained on the corridors. According to an unidentified source, “No one was authorized to kill Khashoggi. We knew we had every right to smuggle him out and arrest him, as he is a Saudi citizen.”
At the close of World War II, Adolf Eichmann, Transportation Administrator who had been assigned the duty of ensuring that trains packed with Jews heading to the death camps were kept in good working order, and assumed various aliases and identities in an attempt to elude Allied authorities and evade responsibility for his wartime atrocities.
Twice captured by the U.S. Army, first as Adolf Barth and later as Otto Eckmann, Eichmann still managed to escape and lived in northern Germany under the name Otto Heninger before finally slipping away in 1950 to Italy. There, he obtained a refugee passport which allowed him to travel to Argentina under the name of Ricardo Klement. When arriving, Eichmann found a thriving German community that gave him a warm reception. With their help, he settled into an obscure life and a year or two later, his wife and children quietly joined him.
As time passed, the world seemed eager to forget the atrocities foisted on millions by the Nazis, but in Israel, no one forgot. While some Nazis were tried at Nuremberg for war crimes, Eichmann managed to elude discovery and capture. That changed in 1960 when Mossad, Israel’s Intelligence Agency headed by Isser Harel planned and executed “Operation Finale.” The group tracked the criminal to his lair, drugged him, and returned Eichmann to Israel.
There, the fugitive stood trial on charges of crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes against the Jewish people. He was convicted in 1961, and, after all appeals were exhausted, he was hanged. His body was cremated and his ashes scattered across the Mediterranean.
Such was the plan for Jamal Khashoggi, a plan that went awry, resulting in his death, according to information sources gathered by Evans from three other countries.
Mike Evans is a #1 New York Times bestselling author with 89 published books, including The New Iran. He is the founder of Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem of which the late President Shimon Peres, Israel’s ninth president, was the chair. He also serves on the Trump Evangelical Faith Initiative.