A report that Iran had successfully hacked Israel's railway infrastructure is not true, The Jerusalem Post has learned. The false report came out on Friday and was published on the Turkish Andoulu News Agency. The Turkish claim - likely Iranian propoganda - came only months after previous attempts, allegedly by Iran, to decommission Israeli water treatment plants across the country. According to the claims, 150 industrial servers that are used by the Israeli railways were targeted by a group of hackers linked to Iran's Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), the Anadolu Agency reported. As a proof of their supposed success, the group, called Cyber Avengers, released a map detailing Israel's train network, including some 28 stations that fell prey to the attack, on several Telegram channels.Despite the report, the Post learned that the claim was false and that the Israeli railway system had not been hacked.