Did Morocco’s King Mohammed VI spy on Pegasus software after Princess Lalla Salma was separated three years ago?
The Emir of Dubai, Mohammed Ben Rachid Al-Maktoum, is accused of using Pegasus spyware to discover the privacy of his sixth wife, Princess Haya bint Al-Hussein. A situation that leads us to ask whether the Moroccan king did not do so, especially since the kingdom has been accused of using this spyware of Israeli origin to search for the lives of certain personalities. Can you
Charged with mediating divorce proceedings between the Emir of Dubai, Mohammed Ben Rachid Al-Maktoum, and his sixth wife, Princess Haya bint Al-Hussein, the London Family Court confirmed the latter was spied on with Pegasus software. This finding confirms revelations made last July by surveys published following the findings of Forbidden Stories.
The court also ordered the phone’s conflicting expertise, which came to the following conclusion: approximately 265 megabytes of data was secretly extracted from Princess Haya, Jordan’s primary phone, via Pegasus software. Disputed information by the legal advisors of the Emir of Dubai, who try to perpetuate these allegations.
Morocco was also mentioned in this forbidden stories case with allegations of espionage through the same Pegasus software from Moroccans, Moroccans, Algerians and even French. It was in fact indicated that the kingdom searched the cellphones of more than 6,000 Algerians and that even President Emmanuel Macron was not spared by Morocco, who “tapped a cell phone” of the French leader. Will happen.
After separating in 2018, it is surprising if the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, is not tempted to delve into the life of Princess Lalla Salma. Nothing is less certain. What is certain is that Morocco denies the use of this software developed by the NSO group to spy on personalities. Better yet, the state has also filed complaints against its “slanderers”, the last of which is the newspaper humanity.
Recall that Princess Haya bint Al-Hussein, popularly known as Haya of Jordan, fled to Dubai in 2019 after a quarrel with her husband Amir Mohamed Ben Rachid Al-Maktoum. Settled in London, with her children, she began divorce proceedings. As for Princess Lalla Salma, she has been missing since her divorce from King Mohammed VI.
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