"It is not attached to anything else".
The family of the murdered Saudi journalist stands to receive in total more than $70 million and assets, CNN reports.
The houses given to the Khashoggi children are located in the port city of Jeddah and are worth up to Dollars 4 million, the newspaper reported. The properties are part of a shared compound in which Salah Khashoggi, the eldest son, occupies the main structure.
Salah's choice to remain in the country with his family has contributed to his "siblings' deference to the authorities and caution in their public statements over the past six months".
In October, the Saudi government released photos of Salah shaking hands with Mohammed, an image that was meant to show the crown prince offering condolences but was widely seen as an indication of the coercive power the royal family was exerting on Jamal Khashoggi's children.
The Saudi government communications office did not immediately respond to a request to comment.
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The Saudi government said the royals had delivered their personal condolences to Khashoggi's grieving son and brother. Neither did William Taylor, a Washington lawyer who has represented the family.
"The real issue is do we have a relationship between the United States and the kingdom of Saudi Arabia or do we have a relationship between the President of the United States and the current prince of Saudi Arabia, and if the crown prince does something, does that reflect on the whole kingdom or just reflect on the personal relationship".
Moreover, this affair has become a bubbling domestic issue in the U.S. with scores of lawmakers on both sides of the partisan divide harshly criticising Trump's response to Khashoggi's murder in which he said, "Maybe [MBS] did, maybe he didn't" order Khashoggi's killing notwithstanding the CIA's findings.
Aron said his company reconsidered its plans to open dozens of cinemas, which the company announced last spring, following the October murder of the Washington Post and Middle East Eye columnist at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, which sparked an global outcry.
Saudi officials have yet to explain what happened to Khashoggi's body.
But shortly after Khashoggi's killing, cinema chain Vue International put on hold plans to open as many as 30 locations in Saudi Arabia, the company's CEO Tim Richards told The Guardian at the time. A Saudi public prosecutor said last week that they would seek the death penalty for five suspects among the 21 involved in the case. His remains have never been recovered. Saudi Arabia retains a culture of "blood money" payments where the families of convicted killers make payments to the families of victims.
The Post says it's unclear whether or not the siblings would have to offer forgiveness to their father's killers.