According to News i Agency International Group, Saudi TV Saudi Arabia on Wednesday evening, citing a Saudi official, claimed that media reports about Riyadh using spyware were untrue.
Various media outlets, including the Washington Post, Le Monde, the Guardian, and several other sources, recently revealed that a Zionist spy named Pegasus had been sold to some countries, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, for Phone hacking of several important personalities has been used worldwide.
In an interview with Saudi television, the Saudi source claimed that an organization in the country had not used the interception program.
He went on to say that the Saudi policy was consistent and that he would not accept such actions, calling the reports “baseless allegations”.
The Guardian, which has long leaked information about Pegasus spyware developer, revealed in a report that Tel Aviv had licensed the software to the Saudi government.
NSO spyware has been used to successfully hack 37 smartphones belonging to journalists, government officials and human rights activists from around the world, according to a study by 17 media outlets released Sunday.
The Washington Post, one of the media outlets involved in the study, reported that the Pegasus spy was licensed by the NSO based in occupied Palestine to target cell phones belonging to two women close to Jamal Khashgechi, a former columnist. The newspaper is used; Khashkchi was assassinated by Saudi agents at the Riyadh consulate in Istanbul.
Some media outlets also reported yesterday that some high-ranking Iraqi religious, political and military figures had been targeted by the Zionist spy (More details).
On the other hand, some Western media reported that French President Emmanuel Macron was also one of the victims of this Zionist spy. However, French intelligence agencies are said to have warned Macron; But the French president did not take the warnings seriously.
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