Did the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, spy on Pegasus software after Princess Lalla Salma split three years ago?
Emir of Dubai Mohammed Ben Rashid Al-Maktoum has been accused of using Pegasus spyware to search for the privacy of his sixth wife, Princess Haya Bint al-Hussein. A situation that prompts the King of Morocco to do this, especially as the kingdom has been accused of searching for the lives of certain figures of this spy descent of Israeli descent.
The London Family Court, responsible for deciding to grant a divorce between the Emir of Dubai, Mohammed Ben Rashid Al-Maktoum and his sixth wife Princess Haya Bint Al-Hussein, confirmed that spying through Pegasus software. This result confirms the revelations made last July, with surveys published following the findings of the banned stories.
The court also ordered the conflicting expertise of the phones, which came to the following conclusions: About 265 megabytes of data was secretly extracted by Pegasus software from Princess Haya of Jordan’s primary phone. Controversial information by legal advisers to the Emir of Dubai is trying to dispel these allegations.
These banned stories have been cited with allegations of espionage by the same Pegasus software from Morocco, Algeria and the French in the affair. The kingdom searched the cell phones of more than 6,000 Algerians and even President Emmanuel Macron was not rescued by Morocco, which “tapped one of the cell phones” of the French leader.
It would have been enough if the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, had not been tempted to explore their lives after the separation of Princess Lalla Salma in 2018. It is certain that Morocco has refused to spy on the personalities of this software developed by the NSO Group. Best of all, the state has even filed complaints against its “opponents”, including the last newspaper. Humanity.
Princess Haya bint al-Hussein, also known as Haya of Jordan, fled Dubai in 2019 after a fight with her husband, Emir Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum. After settling in London with her children, she began her divorce proceedings. According to Princess Lalla Salma, she has not been seen since her divorce from King Mohammed VI.
To read: Haya case from Jordan: Should we be afraid of Lalla Salma?
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