Private correspondence in the messaging service WhatsApp, an israeli-developed hackers tools and a lawsuit from a canadian activist can bring new information about the execution of the regimekritiske saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Hackingen may also have played a central role in the saudi preparations for the assassination, reports CNN.
As Khashoggi is Canada-residents Abdulaziz a respected critic of the saudi regime. He believes that Saudi Arabia has hacked his phone and obtained access to the correspondence between him and Khashoggi.
Abdulaziz, and Khashoggi worked together to criticize Mohammed bin Salman in the social media. The two exchanged over 400 messages through WhatsApp, where they among other things discussed to start a mass movement against bin Salman on social media.
In the messages described Khashoggi, the saudi crown prince, among other things, that a "monster" and a "pac-man" - after the computer game – which would put to life all who came in his way.
Thus they became a target for bin Salman, and the saudi regime. Jamal Khashoggi was executed by a saudiarabisk dødsskvadron when he visited Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul.- He thought that MBS was the problem, and that someone had to stop him "Pegasus"
Now it may all be illuminated in a case where Jamal Khashoggis friend Omar Abdulaziz stands in the centre.
the Regime to have used a known hackerapplikasjon – Pegasus. Pegasus is developed by the israeli IT and våpenselskapet NSO, and Abdulaziz has gone to the case against the NSO after the supposed hackerangrepet.
NSO has refused any dealings with the Khashoggis deaths, and endorsed that they are exclusively selling their products through the israeli ministry of defence – to governments, law enforcement agencies and military forces that "fight against terrorism and crime". In the Khashoggis case of Saudi Arabia, however, called the activist, both terrorist and criminal.
In a rare interview, given to the israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, says the NSO-the chief Shalev Hulio that the company has done thorough research and can state with one hundred percent certainty that their technology was not used to monitor Jamal Khashoggis telephone.
He is not, however, just may well when he is asked about the Pegasus has been sold to the saudi regime:
I can neither confirm or deny, " says Hulio.Believes that the new overvåkningsbilder reveals Khashoggis brutal fate of the Pressure on the sms link
Abdulaziz and his supporters have also not claimed that it was Khashoggis phone that was monitored. On the other hand claim Abdulaziz and the IT organization Citizen Lab, which is subject to the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, three different activists, who all had contact with Khashoggi, has been hacked and monitored via Pegasus.This was Khashoggis last words
According to the Citizen Lab was Abdulaziz his phone hacked through that he had sent a sms which apparently was a confirmation that a postforsending he had ordered, was on the way. When he pressed on a link in the text message, his phone infected.
Thus got the saudi authorities access to all the messages his, all the images and notes, to the camera and to other information on the phone. So they could also monitor Khashoggi, via kameratens telephone.the CIA believes Saudi Arabia's crown prince ordered Khashoggi-murder
Also, the Washington Post has previously confirmed that Saudi Arabia used hackerapplikasjonen Pegasus to monitor the Jamal Khashoggi, and Omar Abdulaziz.
Saudi Arabia claimed first that they did not know to death, before they claimed that Khashoggi was killed by agents who acted on their own. Finally acknowledged the saudi public prosecutor that it was a planned operation to take the life of an annoying tormentor as through his column at the Washington Post regularly came with harsh criticism of the regime.
But even if more of the crown prince Mohammed bin Salmans very closest advisers were directly involved in the drapsraidet, Saudi Arabia has so far stubbornly insisted that the crown prince himself did not know anything about the operation – in spite of loud claims to the contrary, both from Turkey and from the other.
Us secretary of state Mike Pompeo has had conversations with the Saudi-Arabia this week, but where the Senate has been crystal clear in its condemnation of the assassination Trump-the government has been reluctant criticism of his close ally and business partner of Saudi Arabia.the Oslo-based activist hunts Saudi Arabia's secret killers: - They were picked out of the crown prince himself