After The Washington Post acknowledged that pieces they published by Jamal Khashoggi were in fact written or shaped by an executive at the Qatar Foundation International, further questions have now been raised whether journalistic ethics were followed by its editors and if the final opinion piece was actually written by the late Saudi journalist at all.
Who is this researcher/assistant/translator ? And why isn’t the media looking at his profile? Is it the same person that’s in all of these accounts? Obviously it seems that it is.. so many questions to be asked by media people that aren’t doing their jobs. pic.twitter.com/GNNVr85HoT— Mohammed Alyahya محمد اليحيا (@7yhy) December 23, 2018
I realize this was probably just an act of friendship, but it’s a journalistic no-no. All the people who contributed to articles should be fully identified. And this is why we are not allowed to share our articles before they are published.— Liz Sly (@LizSly) December 23, 2018