Saudi Arabia responds to “piracy of the Crown Prince by Jeff Bezos”

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia replied, at dawn on Wednesday, to a report published by the American Financial Times, the latter of which referred to the “involvement” of the Kingdom’s Crown Prince, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, directly in the hacking of billionaire phone, Jeff Bezos, a man Business and founder of Amazon.

The response came in a statement to the American Embassy in Washington, in which it said: “The recent media reports suggesting that the kingdom stand behind the ridiculous phone hacking of Mr. Jeff Bezos, we call to investigate these allegations so that we can all obtain the facts.”

The Financial Times had said in its report published at dawn on Wednesday: “Investigators appointed by Jeff Bezos have concluded with a degree of ‘medium to strong’ confidence that the WhatsApp account used by the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, was directly involved in the hacking of the Amazon founder’s phone.” Year 2018 “.

The newspaper report added: “The piracy report, which was seen by the Financial Times, states that Mr. Bezos’ phone began secretly sharing massive amounts of information after receiving a seemingly harmless message, and an encrypted video from the prince’s WhatsApp in May 2018.”

The newspaper reported a picture of what she said was a message from the Saudi crown prince to Bezos, and it said: “Jeff everything you hear and you are told is not true and it is only a matter of time to know the truth, there is nothing against you or against Amazon from me or from Saudi Arabia,” saying that this The message was received by Bezos from WhatsApp, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, after months of interruption.

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