An Iranian correspondent at Guardian newspaper - formerly a reporter with Islamist fascist‘s Revolutionary Guards - has made a claim about the brutal murder of the Saudi insider turned critic by that regime’s henchmen, which if proven will have fundamental effect on the investigation of that government sponsored savagery.

Last Friday, Saeed Kamali Dehaghan , picture above with the Islamist fascists’ ersatz “president” tweeted:

 "I can confirm that Jamal Khashoggi was killed because of speaking to me on the phone from Istanbul in the morning on 26 September, revealing that London-based Iran International TV was funded by Mohammad bin Salman and Saud al-Qahtani,"

Guardian has announced a press conference attended by the correspondent making the claim will be held on November 28th.

If this claim- which is being widely circulated by the Islamist fascists’ propaganda outlets and their ambassador to England requesting protection for Guardian correspondent- pans out, it will open the door not only to the real motive(s) behind that political assassination, it will also allow a glimpse into relationship between Islamist fascists and some of the “journalists” with connection to them.

Above blog was posted seven days ago. Instead of responding to critics, the Iranian “Journalist” working at Guardian has resorted to accusing his critics of attacking him because he is gay.

Here is Saeed Kamali Dehghan:

“These friends, for example, who are trying to out my homosexual, they got to it a bit late. My Instagram has been open for a long time. If you are jealous, go and find a prettier boyfriend than Sebastian. That is all.”

This probably is the first time in history of Iran related newspaper stories that a “journalist” uses homosexuality as a tool to deflect from the real issue at hand, namely saying the brutal murder of Khashoggi was related to outing a modestly anti-Islamist fascist Persian TV funded by Saudis.

Needless to say, this type of using anti-homosexuality as a weapon against the critics is not only reprehensible, it damages the gay rights as well. 

Airtight sanctions - which includes oil - a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S.lawmakers get to it.

Ps. the Saudi funding for Iran International was a least kept secret since its inception, even a not noticed blogger like me wrote about it long ago.

However, ever since doing a long town-hall style interview with Prince Reza Pahlavi, Islamist fascists and their minions have gone after the Iran International big time: