Dubai's ruler reject accusations he used Israeli software

Dubai's ruler reject accusations he used Israeli hacking software to spy on ex-wife
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Dubai's ruler has reject claims made by a British court that he used Israeli hacking software to spy on his ex-wife and her lawyers.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum denied the allegations [Getty]

Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum on Wednesday rejected the findings by a British court that he had hacked the phones of his ex-wife and her lawyers, saying the rulings were unfair and based on an incomplete picture.

"I have always denied the allegations made against me and I continue to do so. These matters concern supposed operations of State security," Mohammed said in a statement.

"Neither the Emirate of Dubai nor the UAE are party to these proceedings and they did not participate in the hearing. The findings are therefore inevitably based on an incomplete picture.

"In addition, the findings were based on evidence that was not disclosed to me or my advisers. I therefore maintain that they were made in a manner which was unfair." 

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