Taking advantage of Iran-Turkey sponsored propaganda centering the death of Al Qaeda supporter Jamal Khashoggi, in a mid-2020 Washington Post piece, Lebanese Al Jazeera broadcast journalist Ghada Oueiss described “hackers stealing private photos and videos from her phone and posting them online”. Later, Oueiss told Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), the leak resulted in a “sharp escalation of online attacks”. She said, she fears that the online attacks may foreshadow a physical one.
According to CPJ’s Justine Shilad – Oueiss, who anchors political programs covering current affairs, told CPJ she has used social media for years, but began actively tweeting in 2018 to counter abuse about her on-screen work.
It may be mentioned here that Al Jazeera is known as terror broadcast network, funded by Qatari regime. It has vendetta against Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in particular possibly because of their roles against militancy and jihad – as Qatar in particular has been a consistent patron and funder of radical Islamic terrorism and in some ways, it also promotes Iranian and Turkey’s radical Islamic approach.
In the case of Ghada Oueiss, this Al Jazeera staff also had exposed her mission of demonizing Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern nations by filing a false lawsuit in December 2020 in a court in Florida accusing Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed and UAE-based cybersecurity firm DarkMatter, and some American social media account holders accusing them of being involved in the hack-and-leak.
Everyone knows, allegations brought by Ghada Oueiss were outrageously false and fabricated. Her intention was to give a bad name to the Saudi and UAE authorities as part of Qatar and Al Jazeera’s vicious agendas.
In the above-mentioned lawsuit, Ghada Oueiss also had falsely accused an Israeli company named Pegasus claiming the software supplied by the Israeli company was used for intercepting mobile phones of Ghada Oueiss and Jamal Khashoggi.
According to a credible source, after several months, now Ghada Oueiss with active cooperation from Al Jazeera and its i-team are working on preparing a documentary film on the matter accusing the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed and few more individuals and companies of “illegally intercepting” mobile phones of targeted individuals, including journalists”.