Twitter account of Vice Premier Silvan Shalom hacked

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November 21, 2012 02:55

 
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The Twitter account of Vice Premier Silvan Shalom was hacked on Tuesday night by pro-Palestinian activists.

The hackers tweeted messages of solidarity to Gazans, tweeting: "We are the people. End the war. End the Occupation. Freedom to the Palestinian people."

The picture was also rehashed to show the Israeli flag with the words: "Stop killing people."

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