Report: Saudi intel expressed interest in assassinating Iran officials in 2017

In meeting attended by Israeli strategist, aides to crown prince's confidant asked about possibility of killing leader of Tehran's paramilitary Quds force

PressTV-Saudi plan to assassinate General Soleimani, NY Times reveals

Top Saudi officials discussed a “$2 billion plan” in 2017 to disrupt Iran economy and assassinate Iran’s Major General Qassem Soleimani, The New York Times reports

US tells Saudi prince Khashoggi killers to be held accountable

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Sunday the US will hold accountable all involved in the killing of a dissident Saudi journalist in a wide-ranging telephone call that also took in the conflict in Yemen.

Pompeo reaffirms to Saudi crown prince US will hold Khashoggi’s killers ‘accountable’

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reaffirmed to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in a call Sunday that the U.S. will hold those involved in the killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi "accountable."

US State Dept. Demands Saudi Crown Prince To Punish Those Responsible For Khashoggi Murder - UrduPoint

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on Sunday on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman must punish those responsible for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, US Department of State spokesperson Heather Nauert said.Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo spo ..

It took place more than a year before Jamal Khashoggi's murder.

Intel associates of Saudi Prince bin Salman plotted assassination attempts one year before Khashoggi murder: NYT

During discussions in Riyadh in 2017, Saudi intelligence officials discussed hiring private companies to kill the head of Iran’s Quds force and other Iranian operatives.

The Saudi Female Pilot Who Smashed the Glass Ceiling

Hanadi Al Hindi made history as the first woman to fly a plane with a Saudi commercial pilot’s license. Smashing the glass ceiling for women in Saudi Arabia, Al Hindi was inspired by her late father, Zakaria, who lived his dreams through his daughter and supported her in her career. ​Being an Arab female pilot wasn’t always easy for her, but with the support of Prince Al Waleed bin Talal, who had supported Hanadi in her path to becoming a pilot, “What I faced when I flew back in 2012 with Al-Waleed, American women had undergone in the ‘70s. ATC (air traffic control) used to dismiss my calls for landing, just because I am a woman. But the prince told me to keep persevering and to keep on calling until I was heard, and then they did; they even started calling me Captain Hanadi, and whenever I was landing the prince’s private plane they’d secure my landing before any other plane,” she explained to Arab News.