W. Bank, Gaza internet services cut off after hacker attack

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November 1, 2011 18:33

 
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Internet services in the West Bank and Gaza Strip were cut off on Tuesday following an attack by hackers from more than 20 countries, the Palestinian Authority announced.

PA Minister of Communications and Technology, Mashour Abu Dakka, blamed “pro-Israeli” parties of being behind the assault on the internet services in retaliation for the admittance of the Palestinians to UNESCO.

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