Hanan El-Atr Khashoggi is an Egyptian-born Emirati girl who got here out as Jamal Khashoggi‘s spouse after the CIA reported that Jamal was assassinated by the Saudi authorities in 2018.
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Hanan El-Atr was born on Monday, September 30, 1968 (age 52 years; as of 2020), in Egypt. Her zodiac signal is Libra. She resides within the United Arab Emirates.
Eye Shade: Black
Hair Shade: Black
Household & Ethnicity
She is an Arab Muslim Lady.
Dad and mom & Siblings
Her mom’s title is Mona Sarah Mohamed Ahmed Khaled.
She has a sister named Mona El-Atr.
Relationship & Husband
On June 2, 2018, she obtained married to Jamal Khashoggi (journalist) in accordance with Islamic traditions on the headquarters of the Open College, Alexandria, Virginia, USA, and their relationship was saved secret.
She met Jamal for the primary time in a media discussion board within the Center East in 2009, however they got here right into a relationship in 2017. She hung out with Khashoggi when journey introduced her to the US.
As of 2021, she is attempting to get her marriage licensed legally within the US. Hanan shared the textual content (between her and Jamal) and pictures of her Islamic wedding ceremony ceremony to The Washington Put up as proof of their marriage. In an interview, she shared that she got here ahead to disclose her relationship as a result of,
As a Muslim spouse, I need my full proper and to be acknowledged.”
For 22 years, she labored as a flight attendant with Emirates airways.
She has additionally skilled in journalism by working with Al Bayan, an Emirati newspaper. She attends media and cultural boards within the UAE and likewise writes articles for just a few Emirati publications.
- Singer(s): Leila Mourad, Umm Kulthum
- Music Composer: Sheikh Zakaria Ahmed
- Poet: Badr Shaker Al-Sayyab
- On October 2, 2018, her husband, Jamal Khashoggi, went to the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul in Turkey to get a doc certifying him as divorced; the doc would have helped him to get married to Hatice Cengiz. Nonetheless, he was assassinated on the consulate by the Saudi authorities. Speaking in regards to the homicide in an interview, she stated,
I’m certain in the event that they know the reality about Jamal, and I’m allowed to say his message and his fact, they’ll actually remorse what they did to my husband.”
- After the Joe Biden administration held Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman liable for Jamal’s homicide, she thanked US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. She stated,
They saved their phrase for human rights, they emphasize, and so they’ve been clear and assist the reality to come back out, which has inspired me now, as a result of I’m free to speak now, as a result of I didn’t have this freedom for 2 years.”
- She traveled again to the UAE two weeks after her engagement with Jamal. As quickly as she arrived there, she was put beneath home arrest from April 2018 to Could 2018, and Hanan and her household have been blacklisted. Following Jamal’s homicide, she was put beneath home arrest once more in UAE, and in 2020, she took asylum within the US. In an interview, she stated that she got here to the USA to ship her husband’s message. She stated,
It’s not been delivered until now. It’s been missed out in the course of all of this polarization and the misuse of his tragedy. I hope everyone learns from Jamal’s tragedy and to cease this performing, this crime in opposition to people, in opposition to journalists. Journalists, they’re doing their job to switch the reality about folks and to assist folks to get a greater life.”
- In 2020, she appeared within the TV documentary film ‘Kingdom of Silence,’ based mostly on the life, work, and homicide of Jamal Khashoggi.
- In 2021, she sued the Imam who carried out the wedding ceremony of Jamal and her. In line with her,
As a result of the Imam didn’t abide by what he stated on the day of the wedding contract, he promised one thing and he and the witnesses didn’t fulfill it, the wedding was not confirmed, so now the matter is within the fingers of justice and I belief the American judiciary.”