"This will happen" said Salah, who sat for the interview with his brother, Abdullah Khashoggi, 33. "It is a mystery". "This is putting a lot of burden on us - all of us". This is what we are seeking answers to now.
"Does the enemy think that penetrating this or that area, or seizing this or that area, means we will be convinced that we should surrender and hand over control?"
"The question now is who gave the orders". Per Turkish media, that was just a cover: The Sabah newspaper reports the chemist and toxicologist were actually tasked with ridding the consulate of any crime-scene evidence prior to Turkish authorities being given the OK to search the place on October 15. His body has yet to be recovered. "And he believed in the transformation that it is going through".
"I still can't believe he is dead. All I'm waiting for is for the investigation to be over so the facts can turn out".
Who is the "local collaborator" to whom Saudi officials claimed to have handed over Khashoggi's remains?
"Everybody's telling a different story".
"It's confusing and hard", Abdullah Khashoggi said.
Many US lawmakers have called for US weapons sales to be cut off in response to Mr Khashoggi's murder inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, a step Mr Trump has rejected.
Somebody in Saudi Arabia, whether it's Mohammed bin Salman or someone a little further down the chain, organized the execution of Khashoggi and clearly wanted to keep their government's hands as clean as possible.
The 82-year-old monarch was joined by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the central province of Qassim, according to state television, as he started what Saudi media dubbed a tour of "several regions" in the kingdom. "And I have faith in that. This will happen", he said.
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Khasoggi's sons also issued an appeal for the return of their father's body.
Turkey believed two members of the team "came to Turkey for the sole objective of covering up evidence" before Turkish police were allowed to search the Saudi consulate, where Khashoggi was killed last month, the official said.
A senior Turkish official confirmed the names of the men identified.
On Saturday, the paper said Khashoggi's body - which still hasn't been found - was dismembered and removed from the Saudi Consulate in five suitcases.
Forty member states reiterated their request for an investigation, as well as reform of Saudi Arabia's laws regarding freedom of expression.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said last week that the order to kill Khashoggi came from "the highest levels" of the Saudi government.
And in this case, anything that causes trouble for Saudi Arabia is generally pleasing to Erdogan.
We made it very public.
The figure comes amid ongoing concerns over United Kingdom arms sales to Saudi Arabia as the latter has been carrying out a bombing campaign against the Houthi rebels in Yemen for the past three years.