“Shin Bet” Spies on Palestinians’ Phones and Threatens them During Latest War on Gaza

DAYS OF PALESTINE – GAZA – The Hebrew-language newspaper Haaretz said on Wednesday that the General Security Service of the Israeli occupation state “Shin Bet” admitted using spying system on Palestinian phones to send text messages during the last Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip in May 2021.

The newspaper added that the Shin Bet admitted that these messages were sent to Palestinians who did not participate in any confrontations in Jerusalem and occupied Palestinian territories.

The newspaper confirmed that thousands of Palestinians in Jerusalem and the occupied Palestinian territories received messages via their phones during the aggression on Gaza, in which the Israeli occupation intelligence claimed “their participation in the protests in Al-Aqsa Mosque was monitored and they will be held accountable.”

Haaretz said that many of those who received these messages confirmed that they didn’t participate in these demonstrations and they were not in Jerusalem at that time.

“These messages aimed to threat the Palestinians” Shin Bet said after complaints from human rights organizations to the legal advisor of the Israeli occupation government.

(Source / 03.02.2022)

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