Analysts: Today’s cyberattacks can be very costly for the Israeli regime

The names and email addresses of some 1,500 Mossad agents have been made public in Google Docs

GAZA, (PIC)– Palestinian political analysts said that the cyberattacks on Israeli websites on Sunday can be very costly for the Israeli occupation and the next few hours will reveal the severity of its losses.

Political analyst Hasan Abdo told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that such cyberwarfare could be considered one of the most effective modern tools to confront the occupation and its crimes, calling for not underestimating it.

“Having such large number of supporters for the Palestinian cause from all over the world joining forces with each other to launch such coordinated and successful attack confirms that this warfare is going to bear fruit,” Abdo emphasized.

He added that the coming hours would disclose the size of the Israeli failure to protect its electronic defenses.

For his part, Tawfiq Abu Shumer, a specialist in Israeli affairs, told the PIC that the cyberattacks undoubtedly affect and destabilize the Israeli occupation state, noting that the Israeli government hastened yesterday after receiving threats in this regard to warn its citizens to be cautious when dealing with emails and websites.

Abu Shumer hailed the international hacking group “Anonymous” for waging cyberattacks on behalf of the Palestinian people against the Zionist entity that occupied their land.

He also appreciated its stated support for the Palestinian people and their national cause and urged it to continue its cyberwarfare against the occupation and to target the most important Israeli security and military websites.

Dozens of Israeli websites were hacked in early hours Sunday, including pages of the Israeli premier’s office and the Tel Aviv stock exchange, in the largest cyber offensive yet against the Israeli occupation regime.

The cyberattack was dubbed as “Operation Israel” and led by the multinational hacking group “Anonymous,” which says its cyber campaign aims to retaliate to Israel’s crimes in Gaza and the West Bank.

Several official websites were defaced today with photos of long-term hunger striker Samer Issawi, deceased Palestinian prisoner Maysara Abu Hamdiya and other posters reflecting the group’s support for Palestine and its people.

“The names and email addresses of some 1,500 Mossad agents have also been made public in the Google Documents service.”

The organizers said it would be “the largest Internet battle in the history of mankind” that would eventually “wipe Israel off the map of the Internet” on April 7.

For its part, Haaretz newspaper also said today that the Israeli websites were hit widely in a wave of cyberattacks and the extent of damage is yet unknown.

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#OpIsrael Information Center:

Greetings World.

During November 2012 Israel’s aggression towards the people living in the Gaza strip resulted in the deaths of more than one hundred people. This included thirty children and wounding more than 1000 others. At the time of the aggression, #OpIsrael was launched. Within few hours of the operation launch there were thousands of defaces and hacks, databases released or deleted, dozens of disruptions to government sites and more. Peace had been achieved for the residents of Gaza and Israel. However, this peace was short lived.

As many mainstream media outlets have made known, Israel has broken the November 21st ceasefire truce by launching air strikes in northern Gaza. What these mainstream media outlets do not allow you to know is that Israel has violated the ceasefire agreement more than one hundred times, killing four palestinians in Gaza, and injuring dozens of others between November 21st and today.

Furthermore, Palestinians from Gaza to the West Bank continue to be attacked, raided, segregated, imprisoned and grossly mistreated in prison while illegal Israeli settlements and Israeli land theft continues unchecked, even after a UN panel declared these settlements illegal in January. Gaza suffers a seemingly endless and inhumane blockade where the only import is Israeli sewage pumped directly into it and US made teargas, bombs, and bullets that are used by the IDF to attack a largely defenseless population.

To the government of Israel: You have NOT stopped your endless human right violations. You have NOT stopped illegal settlements. You have NOT respected the ceasefire. You have shown that you do NOT respect international law. This is why that on April 7, elite cyber-squadrons from around the world have decided to unite in solidarity with the Palestinian people against Israel as one entity to disrupt and erase Israel from cyberspace.

We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
To the Government of Israel, it is too late to EXPECT US.

(Source / 08.04.2013)

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