OpSaveGaza , Anonymous paralized Mossad website with a DDoS


OpSaveGaza , Anonymous paralized Mossad website with a DDoS



Anonymous was able to take down the Mossad’s website in a Distributed Denial of Service attack early morning as part of the #OpSaveGaza,  the DDoS attack is severe, access to mossad.gov.il was interrupted at 00:40 GMT this morning, and the website is still down at the time of writing.

We are calling upon the Anonymous collective, and the elite hacker groups to join our crusade, and to wage cyber war against the state of Israel once more,” “As a collective ‘Anonymous’ does not hate Israel, it hates that Israel’s government is committing genocide & slaughtering unarmed people in Gaza to obtain more land at the border.” “Palestine will be liberated, and Israel will suffer the same fate Palestine has been suffering for decades under their brutal and savaging regime. No matter how dark it may seem, or how alone you may be, always remember that there are endless warriors that are operating tirelessly around the clock to stand with you, to aid you, to both fight and protect you in these unjustified acts.” reprts a public statement publishedPasteBin last week.

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Author: Angela Grant

Angela Grant is a medical doctor. For 22 years, she practiced emergency medicine and internal medicine. She studied for one year at Harvard T. H Chan School Of Public Health. She writes about culture, race, and health.

4 thoughts on “OpSaveGaza , Anonymous paralized Mossad website with a DDoS

  1. http://www.businessinsider.com/hamas-rocket-team-caught-on-video-2014-8

    Um………can you send this to your heroic anonymous friends my dear Angela, and suggest to them they could save Gaza by going over there, mingle with the freedom fighters of Hamas and other friendly/peace loving jihadists, and then, anonymously of course, take away their rockets, hiding them in an anonymous place, never to be found again? I see it right in front of me: Finally peace. And all because your anonymous heroes had the guts to leave their safe houses, to get their sweaty asses off their computer chairs, and moved over to a reality they only knew from the virtual world. Really, one can only admire and love those uncompromising guys and gals. Always on the forefront in battle. Trust me, I’ll tell the next Imam all about them. And of course my people in Mossad and Shin Bet. They wouldn’t miss it for the Kippat Barzel. Can you inform Barack and Michelle as well? Love you.

  2. “You know he’s going to make his plays, but as a defender, you can’t get frustrated,” cornerback Tramon Williams said. “You have to stick together. You know there’s going to be plays out there for you to make, and when that opportunity comes, the main thing is you can’t miss out on it.

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