They were both writers for The Washington Post who wrote about the Middle East and faced backlash from their families' home countries. Now, Jason Rezaian, who was held captive in an Iranian prison for 544 days, talks about what he sees as the U.S.' inaction regarding the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
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