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Kadima’s Site Hacked

Kadima’s Site Hacked
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Late Friday night hackers successfully infiltrated the website of "Israel's" Kadima party. The operation, executed by hackers belonging to or affiliated with the loose knit hacking organization Anonymous, was announced on Twitter.

Kadima’s Site Hacked
Kadima is headed by "Israeli" Knesset opposition leader and former military chief of staff Shaul Mofaz, who earlier this week suggested that a campaign of targeted assassinations against Hamas leaders would more effectively end rocket fire from the Gaza Strip into "Israel" than a full scale ground invasion suggested by others.

The hackers posted an Arabic language song on the page as well as a video of "Israeli" troops running and crying during rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. They signed off as "Anti-Zionists".

Meanwhile, a Moroccan group has claimed responsibility for hacking the site. It further installed an image of the Hamas martyr leader Ahmed Jabari, who was assassinated by the "Israeli" occupation forces last Wednesday.
They also posted a picture of a young man with Morocco's flag on his face and Palestinian flag in his hands
Shortly after the hacking, Kadima's website was taken offline (presumably for repair).

The hacking took place following the announcement of "OpIsrael", an Anonymous campaign targeting a number of Israeli websites in response to the ongoing offensive, Operation Pillar of Clouds, on the Gaza Strip.
On Thursday morning, Anonymous issued a statement and called on hackers and followers to help bring down and deface websites associated or belonging to the "Israeli" government or military.
"For far too long, Anonymous has stood by with the rest of the world and watched in despair the barbaric, brutal and despicable treatment of the Palestinian people in the so called ‘Occupied Territories' by "Israel"," the statement began.

The statement also offered advice to Palestinians in the case that Israeli military forces cut internet servers, detailing in Arabic and English how to stay online.
"To the oppressors of the innocent Palestinian people, it is too late to EXPECT US," it concluded.

Source: al-Intiqad/ News agencies, Translated and Edited by


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