Nasser Al-Duwailah retires from politics after his phone was hacked for the third time since his return from Turkey

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Nasser Al-Duwailah retires from politics after his phone was hacked for the third time since his return from Turkey

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Kuwaiti politician and former National Assembly member Nasser Al-Duwailah

Kuwaiti politician and former National Assembly member Nasser Al-Duwailah announced that his phone had been hacked for the third time since his return from Turkey, announcing his retirement from political work and devote himself to the legal profession.

Al-Duwailah wrote on Twitter: “My device has been hacked for the third time since my return from Turkey…Unfortunately, all penetrations are made with very high technology, and I am now using an alternative system, but it can be hacked.”

He added, “Therefore, I announce my retirement from political work and devote the rest of my life to promoting national unity and reconciliation… and I will devote myself to my work as a lawyer away from politics, and God will fix the situation.”

Al-Duwailah stated that his life and freedom were threatened from the outside, explaining that he would not be a source of concern for his country, and would not cause embarrassment to any of his friends anymore.

He pointed out that speaking the truth has become costly in his country.

He wrote: “Unfortunately, the word of truth has become very expensive, and a person is not safe in his country from the interference of other countries, and today I feel that my life and freedom are threatened in an unprecedented way from outside Kuwait, and I will not be a source of concern for my country and will not embarrass friends.”

Last October, Nasser Al-Duwailah announced his return to Kuwait, after about seven months he spent in Turkey, after he decided last March to leave his country against the background of prosecutions, one month after he was acquitted of the charge of insulting Saudi Arabia.

Al-Duwailah tweeted at the time: “By God’s grace and mercy, I arrived in the dear land of Kuwait in response to His Highness’s call for national unity, constructive dialogue, and comprehensive reconciliation for the future Kuwait.”

Al-Duwailah was accused of insulting Saudi Arabia and its Crown Prince, Prince Muhammad bin Salman, through tweets on Twitter, and the former Kuwaiti MP denied these charges, which was also proven by the court ruling.

On October 12, the Kuwaiti judiciary decided to stop Al-Duwailah’s imprisonment sentence and release him until the case for “insulting the countries of Saudi Arabia and the UAE” is decided. At the end of the same month, the Court of Cassation acquitted Al-Duwailah of the charge of insulting the UAE.

Source: RT + “Twitter”





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