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Right-wing MKs were targeted by Arab hackers on Thursday, with the websites of
Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) and Aryeh Eldad (National Union) being replaced with
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Cyber-vandals calling themselves “Team Kuwait
Hackers” replaced the usual contents of Hotovely’s site with a picture of a man
in a keffiyeh waving a Palestinian flag and holding a Koran.
attempts to frighten me will not succeed,” Hotovely said. “The website will go
back up, and I will continue my political activity without fear.”
site was apparently taken down by hackers from Syria.
“If Syrian hackers
found time to break into my web site – which explains that there is no need for
another Palestinian state because there already is one in Jordan – Assad will
apparently have to kill thousands more in order for Syrians to understand what’s
really important,” he said.
Last month, Yoel Hasson (Kadima) became the
first MK to have his website hacked. The hackers replaced his homepage with a
black background and quotes from the Koran, along with audio in
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