Over WikiLeaks allegations Jemima hits back at JUI-F leader

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Prime Minister Imran’s former wife and British documentary producer, Jemima Goldsmith, hit back at JUI-F leader Mufti Kifayatullah’s hilarious claims that her cousin ‘Wiki’ founded WikiLeaks

In an interview on a private news channel, it had been claimed by Mufti Kifayatullah that Jemima’s first cousin was a man named Wiki who had founded WikiLeaks.

Kifayatullah had said on national TV, “Imran Khan, Jemima, the Goldsmith family, Henry Kissinger and WikiLeaks are pieces of the same agenda”.

This is what was tweeted by Jemima in response.

“For those who don’t speak Urdu – apparently I have a first cousin called “Wiki” – who set up Wikileaks- which is a Zionist tool, supporting Imran Khan’s Zionist agenda. This from a so called Islamic scholar/ cleric…. “Wiki’ cousin hai Jemima ka”

Mufti Kifayatullah is a leader of the JUI-F who was detained the day his party began their Azadi March.

A few days later, Kifayatullah was freed on bail granted by the Peshawar High Court.

Mufti Kifayatullah was arrested from Islamabad for making provocative statements against the state institutions.

The protest march is backed by opposition parties including the Pakistan Muslim League-N (Nawaz), Pakistan Peoples Party and the Awami National Party.

According to its website, WikiLeaks is “a multi-national media organization and associated library.”

It was founded by its publisher Julian Assange in 2006.

It is said by WikiLeaks that it specializes in “the analysis and publication of large datasets of censored or otherwise restricted official materials involving war, spying and corruption.

It has so far published more than 10 million documents and associated analyses.”

Bit about WikiLeaks 

According to Wikipedia, WikiLeaks is an international non-profit organization that publishes news leaks; and classified media provided by anonymous sources. Its website, initiated in 2006 in Iceland by the organization Sunshine Press, claimed in 2016 to have released online 10 million documents in its first 10 years. Julian Assange, an Australian Internet activist, is generally described as its founder and director. Since September 2018, Kristinn Hrafnsson has served as its editor-in-chief.