Moroccan journalist Hajar Raissouni tells how the kingdom wiretapped her phone, launched a defamation campaign and imprisoned her. “They told me things about me no one could know unless they read my diary moment by moment.”
Leaked Pegasus data show how the phones of Latifa, Haya and people close to them were targeted following their daring escapes from Dubai. While Haya resides in Britain where she fights for custody over her children, very little known is about Latifa after she was forcibly brought back to Dubai
The UAE is imposing itself as a strong competitor to the Kingdom, and if the UAE has indeed taken the decision to eavesdrop on the Hadi government’s ministers by itself and without the knowledge of the Kingdom, this indicates a great division between the two countries…
Despite the strong alliance between the two countries, especially after President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi assumed the presidency in 2014, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia follows a policy of mistrust of allies and enemies alike.
Some 10,000 phone numbers were targeted by the UAE with the help of the Israeli firm NSO Journalists, activists and dissidents feature on the astonishing long list of Abu Dhabi targets. Follow our special investigation into the Pegasus leaks
Created by an Israeli firm, approved by the Israeli Knesset and sold under supervision of the Israeli Ministry of Defense, Pegasus software helped suppress freedom of expression and allowed for sexual blackmail of journalists and activists alike. How does that sound for “the only democracy in the Middle East?”