A group of Israeli teenagers pwned a few terrorist websites.
Izzadin Kassam’s site displayed a blank white screen and Hebrew text notifying of a technical error.
The websites of Arab Israeli political party Balad, and left-wing activist groups ‘Hagada Hasmolanit’ and ‘Occupation’ featured a black background with an Israeli flag, and the emblem of the ‘Extremist Zealots’ group, similar to that of Meir Kahane’s Kach movement.
The lyrics from the Israeli national anthem ‘Hatikva’ were also posted on the sites in Hebrew, as well as pictures of Palestinian babies dressed as suicide bombers with the caption, ‘Murderers from Birth.’
Pictures at the link.
Ynet doesn’t label the kids right-wing, and talked to some of the hackers, who don’t sound nearly as scary as the JPost is making them out. (The JPost is going Ha’aretz on us? WTF?)
“The criteria are defined as anti-Zionist or anti-Jewish sites that support or assist in harming Zionism and the existence of Israel as a Zionistic, Jewish stateâ€.
According to him, the group consists of young adults from 16 to 18 years of age.
In addition to the Hamas military wingâ€™s site, they also broke into the Balad political party site, that of the Hagada Hasmalit (the left bank), the Kibush (occupation) site and more.
[…] Despite the fact that the slogan, â€œKahane was rightâ€ appears and with it, the symbol of the Kach party, a yellow and black fist, the groupsâ€™ members clarified that they are in no way connected to the Kahane Chai party, â€œexcept for many common opinions and agreement with Kahaneâ€™s ways, out of the understanding that there is no other choice.â€
Fanat al-Radical is a new group of hackers whose members were members of another group called Kamikaz Team. â€œSince we didnâ€™t want to include politics in Kamikaz, we created a parallel group that supports the destruction of Arab sites.
I actually don’t care what their politics are. I wish them success in hacking all the anti-Israel sites they can find.