Of all the ways to possibly title this post, the title chosen by OP was considerably anti-Israel. The story is really about countries abusing national security software that they purchased in unethical ways. Why not title the Reddit post as something like "Multiple countries caught breaking TOS of anti-terrorism software to target journalists and political opposition?". The Guardian titles the post as "Revealed: leak uncovers global abuse of cyber-surveillance weapon //Spyware sold to authoritarian regimes used to target activists, politicians and journalists, data suggests". Why does OP break from the Guardian's headline methodology to title the post in such a way as to draw attention to the fact that the producer of the Spyware is an Israeli company without even alluding to the fact that it is other countries who are doing the actual spying? In fact, if you were to just read OP's title and not the actual article you might form the completely incorrect belief that the story is about an Israeli company that is spying on activists, journalists and political leaders worldwide.
NSO's response is provided (edited!) by AA here: https://www.theguardian.com/news/2021/jul/18/response-from-nso-and-governments
I wonder what changes they made when they "edited" it.