Sean Penn Smeared In Arabic Press As “Muslim Brotherhood” Agent

The October 2 murder of dissident Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi is still shrouded in some mystery despite extensive leaks by Turkish intelligence and the CIA/ NSA.

The Arabic press is reporting that actor Sean Penn has shown up outside the consulate where Khashoggi was murdered with a film crew of ten. They are described as shooting a documentary on the murder.

Penn first met with Turkish authorities in Ankara, then went to Istanbul to begin work, and the Turkish press is reporting that his work has the approval of the Turkish government. He will interview high-ranking Turkish officials on their findings, as well as the late Khashoggi’s Turkish fiancee. The two-time academy award winner (for Mystic River (2003) and Milk [2008]) has directed films and documentaries, including one on the aftermath for the victims of the 9/11 attacks on New York by al-Qaeda.

Sean Penn in Istanbul, h/t al-Sharq al-Awsat.

The Egyptian press, which often kowtows to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (big aid donors to the al-Sisi government of Egypt) immediately went after Penn as a spy for Qatar, Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood. Indeed, they castigated the Brotherhood as a terrorist organization (it is not) and so implied that Penn is giving material aid to terrorism.

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