Sunday, October 26

In Yet Another Take Down Of Israeli Websites The Israeli Government Has Proved They Are No Match For Anonymous

Anonymous ‘Hacktivists’ Take Down Israeli Government Sites After IDF Kills 14-Year-Old Protester

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The hacktivist group Anonymous has struck the Israeli government once again in what they are calling #OpOrwahHammad.
The War on Gaza may officially be over (for now), but Anonymous is not sleeping on the civilians that the State of Israel continues to take the lives of. Most recently, outrage has mounted against the Israeli Defense Forces shooting of 14-year-old U.S. citizen Orwah Hammad.
IDF troops shoot the young boy during clashes that erupted in a protest.
IDF officials say that the boy was about to “throw a firebomb towards Route 60,” but his family and protesters say that he was holding a burning Israeli flag and that IDF troops shot him out of spite when they saw this.
In any event, the killing of 14-year-old Orwah Hammad, who was born in New Orleans, could further complicate already growing tensions between Israel and the United States.
IDF sources told Reuters that they applauded the killing, as the soldiers “managed to prevent an attack when they encountered a Palestinian man hurling a molotov cocktail at them on the main road next to Silwad. They opened fire and they confirmed a hit.”
Eye-witnesses, however, say that the boy was simply holding a burning Israeli flag at a protest, corroborating what protesters told us, and contradicting the official IDF account. Some protesters told us there is an image of this floating around, but we have yet to confirm such a photograph, while finding something similar depicted in a photograph of an earlier protest in Silwad.
U.S. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said “The United States expresses its deepest condolences to the family of a U.S. citizen minor who was killed by the Israeli Defense Forces during clashes in Silwad on October 24.”
Psaki called for an investigation of the shooting and said that the U.S. will remain “closely engaged with the local authorities, who have the lead on this investigation.”
Hammad is not the first Palestinian teen that the IDF has killed recently. Just last week, the IDF shot and killed 13-year-old in the West Bank.
In response, Anonymous says they are hitting their favorite targets from earlier anti-IDF operations, such as their previous #OpGazaCounterHack and #OpHasbaraTrolls as well as #OpEndTheSettlements, to hit back back harder than before in the name of Orwah Hammad.
#OpOrwahHammad has officially kicked-off now, and Israeli government websites are feeling it. Anonymous is targeting Israeli government websites in protest of the killing of young Orwah Hammad.
Some of the Israeli government websites hit today include the following: – Ministry of Industry and Trade – Public Works Department – Israel Economic and Tourism – domains – Israel Government ISP – Embassy of Israel to the United States – Merkava – ministry of Finance – Israeli Defense Forces – Israel Police Department – Ministry of Defense – Ministry of Finance – Economic Mission U.S. – State of Israel – eGovernment – Galil Development Authority – Domain Internet Ltd. – Integrated Foreign Trade System – Israel Institute of Productivity – Israeli Immigration – Office of the Prime Minister – State of Israel Mail – The Government of Israel – Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Israel Information Technology – Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Foreign Affairs Ministry – The Israeli Antitrust Authority – Israeli Government CERT – Shifra Har – IDF – Israel Defense Forces – Bank of Israel – Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Israel Government Printing Office – State of Israel-Ministry of Finance – Slum Rehabilitation Authority. – Water Preservation – Shalom civil service reform-Minister Michael Eitan – Israel Securities Authority – Israel Government ISP – Ministry of Regional Cooperation – Nativ Project – PMO – National Insurance of Israel – Ministry of Finance 1 Kaplan Street – Ministry of Industry and Trade
There are many more, but these seemed to be the hardest hit, and stayed down the longest. If you see this article reported in the mainstream media, bear in mind that they got the information right from his page.
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