Sunday, April 7, 2013

Anonymous anounced a cyberattack on israeli websites,

Anounymous hacks Israeli websites

Nieuws, gepost door: nn op 07/04/2013 04:01:21

Wanneer: 07/04/2013 - 01:58

and so they did, starting this night

In the fight for Palestinian human rights, Anonymous has launched the largest cyber offensive in Internet history: Operation Israel (#OpIsrael). The virtual campaign is billed as "the largest Internet battle in the history of mankind" that will "wipe Israel off the map of the Internet," and is being launched by hacktivists affiliated with the international collective known as Anonymous in order to protest Israeli policies in Gaza and the West Bank.

On April 6, hacktivists associated with Operation Israel released a statement via YouTube announcing the beginning of Operation Israel . The following is an excerpt from that video:

To the government of Israel: You have NOT stopped your endless human right violations. You have NOT stopped illegal settlements. You have NOT respected the ceasefire. You have shown that you do NOT respect international law. This is why that on April 7, elite cyber-squadrons from around the world have decided to unite in solidarity with the Palestinian people against Israel as one entity to disrupt and erase Israel from cyberspace.

We are Anonymous.

We are Legion.

We do not forgive.

We do not forget.

To the Government of Israel, it is too late to EXPECT US.

On Twitter, Operation Israel is being coordinated via #OpIsrael @Op_Israel, and can be followed via the following Twitter hashtags: #OpIsrael |#FreePalestine | #AntiZionist | #Anonymous.

At the time of publication, multiple reports of hacks, defacements, leaks, and other forms of cyber protest are flooding in from around the web. Israeli websites affected by the action could very well number into the thousands before all is said and done.

Updates to this quickly developing story will be issued as information becomes available.

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