Egyptian soldiers 1973 311.
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Egyptian hackers hacked into Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's website
and into the official Israel Radio webpage on Sunday, according to an
International Middle East Media Center report.
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to the report, the hacker wrote "Anti-Zionism" and “Egypt is the
greatest civilization, established more than 7000 years ago, but the
terrorist state of Israel stole the Palestinian lands, and killed
children” on the website
hackers loaded a picture from the Yom Kippur War of Egyptian soldiers in
Sinai raising their country's flag on the prime minister's homepage.
The International Middle East Media Center also reported that a picture of a Palestinian child who was killed in a Gaza air strike was placed on the site with the message: “I advise you to stay away from Egypt; because we will make you a picture similar to the child you killed."
The website was restored to its original content 20 minutes after being hacked, according to the report.The official Israel Radio webpage was also hacked on Sunday, reported the Media Center as well as Egyptian newspaper Al-Masry Al-Youm, minutes after an Egyptian man climbed 21 stories to replace the Israeli flag on its embassy in Cairo with the Egyptian one.
The hackers wrote “The Zionist entity must realize that we will never
forget, and we never forgot that this entity is our number one enemy” on
the site, in response to the deaths of Egyptian security officers who
were apparently shot by IDF troops as they returned fire
terrorists who carried out Thursday's attacks near Eilat.