Saudi dissident Ghanem Al-Dossari said that the British Supreme Court had agreed to open a case against Saudi Arabia after an independent investigation revealed the possibility of it being responsible for penetrating his phone.
The London-based Al-Dossary told the island that the British Foreign Office would communicate with its Saudi counterpart to inform her of the need to cooperate with the lawsuit filed within a period not exceeding three months.
This comes as the repercussions of the issue of the hacking of the Amazon website founder and owner of "Washington Post" Jeff Bezos widen, and reports follow about her, revealing with her more leads leading to the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman standing behind the penetration.
On the other hand, the British Guardian newspaper said that the American intelligence agency urged its British counterpart to observe Khadija Genghis, the sermon of the late journalist Jamal Khashoggi, after she learned of the existence of a Saudi plan to follow its steps inside British soil.
The newspaper reported that Western intelligence sources confirmed that the American intelligence had taken this step, seven months after Khashoggi was killed inside his country's consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2, 2018.
The American Daily Beast website also reported that a suspected Saudi government agent tried to kidnap a dissident Saudi on American soil, and had it not been for the FBI's rescue, he would have been exposed to Khashoggi’s fate.
The site revealed that the Saudi comedian Abdel Rahman Al-Mutairi, 27, a social media activist who enjoys a large number of followers, has been receiving constant and sometimes daily threats since Khashoggi was killed because of his handling of this assassination on his YouTube channel and his Instagram account.