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Can we call it E-Jihad?

While Muslims, Arab and especially Palestinians amongst them cannot give the right answer to Israeli violence on land they are able to abuse their e-space
Chron JERUSALEM - Hundreds of Israeli Web sites were shut down by pro-Palestinian hackers as Israeli troops invaded southern Gaza after the abduction of an Israeli soldier, an Israeli newspaper reported Thursday.

The Jerusalem Post said about 700 Web sites were shut down early Wednesday. Their home pages were replaced by the message, "Hacked by Team-Evil Arab hackers u KILL palestin people we KILL Israeli servers."
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By early today, all the Web sites were back online. The report could not be independently confirmed.

Among the sites mentioned were Israel's largest bank, Bank Hapoalim, as well as a hospital in Haifa, BMW Israel, Subaru Israel and Citroen Israel.

The paper said the hacker team, with at least six members, is apparently based in Morocco and began attacking U.S. government Web sites in 2004




If I recall correctly same kind of attacks were launched against Russian web site by Chechen E-Rebels. This seems the only way for some people to express their anger especially when there is no political alternatives.
[tags] Israeli, violence, Arab, Muslim, Palestinians [/tags]

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