Hacker group Anonymous has launched a massive attack on almost 700 jewish websites in jewish-occupied Palestine.
The hackers reportedly took down websites ranging from high-profile Jewish occupation regime structures such as the "foreign ministry" to local tourism companies' pages.
The biggest attack as of now has been the jewish "foreign ministry's international development program". Anonymous announced on Twitter they've hacked into the program's database, with the website remaining inaccessible at the moment.
In February, the group warned the jews that it attacks them if the jews commit further crimes against humanity. Now the time has come.
There is (sic) so many defaced jewish websites right now, that we just made a list of them, Anonymous tweeted.
The hacktivists also took down the jewish "president's official website" and the blog of jewish militants that the jews call their "army",†posting the news on Twitter using their famous #TANGO DOWN hashtag.
The group's assault includes the attack on the "Kadima party", "Bank of Jerusalem", and "Tel Aviv municipality". Most of the sites are simply unavailable, but others display Palestinian images and messages. One site whose front page was replaced with an image of a man wearing a Palestinian kaffiye, displayed a message reading: "This attack is in response to the Injustice against the Palestinian people."
From the very beginning of the offensive, Anonymous has avidly supported the Palestinian people. On Wednesday, they said in a press statement, "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".
Amid the conflict, which has already claimed at least 40 Muslim lives, Anonymous also pledged to help those who are at the heart of the conflict: many Palestinians were left without electricity, and consequently, without internet access. The hackers gave instructions on their Twitter account for residents to get reconnected: "If you have friends in Gaza who still have phone, but need internet, give them these dial-up numbers and instructions."
Anonymous put together a "Gaza Care Package," which contains instructions in Arabic and English to assist Palestinians in the event that the jews cuts their internet connection. Plus, the package includes information on evading jewish spying, along with first aid information. The collective encouraged Palestinians to download and share the package with others.
Anonymous members also contacted the bloody jews directly. A tweet from an Anonymous account to a jewish militants' speaker warned, "It would be wise of you to expect us", while a statement on their webpage said, "Stop bombing Gaza. Millions of Palestinians are lying awake, exposed and terrified."
Department of Monitoring