After allegations about the Saudi Crown Prince’s penetration of his phone … Bezos: “Jamal”


Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – In his first tweet, after reports of his penetration of the phone by the Saudi Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos published a picture of him titled “Jamal” and compiled it by the engagement of the Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, Wednesday.

Bezos shared his Twitter page with an official photo of his fiancée, the Saudi fiancée, Jamal Khashoggi, the former, Khadija Genghis, and Yemeni human rights activist, Tawakkol Kerman, laying their hands on what appeared to be a coffin with the name “Jamal Khashoggi” written on it.

Amazon CEO wrote one word in his tweet: “Jamal”, referring to the Saudi journalist who was killed at his country’s consulate in Istanbul in 2018 by a number of Saudi intelligence officers.

On Wednesday, the British Guardian and Financial Times reported that they had reported that Prince Muhammad bin Salman had hacked Bezos’ phone.

In return, the Saudi embassy in America responded with a statement describing these allegations as “ridiculous” calling for an investigation of these allegations to reach the truth, as Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan, in an interview with Reuters, supported describing these reports as “ridiculous.”


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