An international organisation has revealed on Saturday that the UAE has been spying on Yemeni officials in the Saudi-backed Hadi puppet government that it is nominally supporting and defending.
The Citizen Lab – University of Toronto said in a report that an Israeli company has sold spyware to several countries, primarily the UAE, used to spy on opponents.
Documents stated that UAE paid about five million dollars to the Israeli Kandero Group in exchange for a spyware program that can infiltrate the Windows system.
According to the documents, the UAE targeted ministers and senior officials, including Socotra Governor Ramzi Mahrous, who is known for his opposition to UAE presence in the country.
The Emirati authorities have also targeted journalists and activists that are known for opposing the Emirati role in occupying Yemen and its support for armed militias.
The UAE signed huge contracts with Zionists companies, often in coordination with intelligence service Mossad, at a cybersecurity conference in Dubai in April.