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Cyberwar on Israel is on, says Anonymous

This is the promise:
“Greetings Citizens of the world, this is Anonymous. It has come to our attention that the Israeli government has ignored repeated warnings about the abuse of human rights, shutting down the internet in Israel and mistreating its own citizens and those of its neighboring countries. November 2012 will be a month to remember for the Israeli defense forces and internet security forces. We will strike any and all websites that we deem to be in Israeli Cyberspace in retaliation for the mistreating of people in Gaza and other areas. Anonymous has been watching you, and you have received fair warning of our intent to seize control of your cyberspace in accordance with basic humanitarian rights of free speech and the right to live. As of 9:00 AM Pacific Standard Time, the number of attacked Israeli websites is approximately 10,000. The further assault on the people of Gaza, people of Palestine or any other group will be treated as a violation of the Anonymous
Collectives intent to protect the people of the World. Israel, it is in your best interest to cease and desist any further military action or your consequence will become worse with each passing hour. This is a message from Anonymous Op Israel, Danger Hackers, Anonymous Special Operations and the Anonymous Collective of the entire planet. We will treat each additional death as a personal attack on Anonymous and you will be dealt with swiftly and without warning. Our hearts are with the women, children and families that are suffering at this very moment, as a direct result of the Israeli Governments misuse of its military. Brothers and sisters of Anonymous, we urge you to protest the Israeli Government and any associated hostile forces. Now is the time for anonymous to help the people that are hurting. Help the people that are being taken advantage of. Help the ones that are dying and it will further the collective as a whole and we can help bring a
peace within the Gaza region to those people that so desperately need it. We call on the Anonymous Collective to hack, deface, docks, hijack, database leak, admin takeover, four oh four and DNS terminate the Israeli Cyberspace by any means necessary. To the Israeli Government, Anonymous has grown tired of your bullying, and now you will see the result of your actions. Cyber war has been declared on Israel cyber space and you will see exactly what we are capable of. Israel, the angel of death has been called to your cyberspace. We are Anonymous. We are legion. Expect us and Respect us.”

Let’s see if it happens.


9 Responses to Cyberwar on Israel is on, says Anonymous

  1. annb November 18, 2012 at 3:53 pm #

    Are anonymous in league with the gov? This will be used as an excuse to do what they have been longing to do..regulate the internet.
    That’s what will happen!!

    • Jonathon Blakeley November 18, 2012 at 3:58 pm #

      No don’t be silly, so what they will try and regulate, who cares. prohibition does not work at any level. Truth finds it way out… sooner or later.

  2. annb November 18, 2012 at 4:03 pm #

    How will we have access to immediate info if the net is so censored that sites like this are not available?

  3. Jonathon Blakeley November 18, 2012 at 4:22 pm #

    TOR usually works in all cases, because they restrict IP addresses, So get TOR and it appears that you computer is based in another country and bingo the internet should work for you. …. so I am told.

  4. David Holden November 18, 2012 at 9:42 pm #

    when this was posted on VT on Saturday, the first comment was this:

    from The Rahnameh
    November 17, 2012 – 3:58 pm

    Forgive my immediate cynicism, but could these downloads be indeed trojan horses delivered via a controlled opposition. This group has long held out to be a “hacking” organization when it only has done amateur DDOS attacks (I can literally show you a site where you enter a URL to do the same for you). No one should download anything without getting a REAL port sniffer first.

    Put simply, anyone can make a video with a Guy Fawkes mask. It is the prime vehicle to hijack as a foreign intelligence agency. You can start making your own videos, under the guise that it is well intentioned with mere words, and exploit those seduced by the words. In this case, Anonymous is a group that has claimed to “hack” or present a force that is a cyber threat. In reality, they are all bark and no bite. This is a huge red flag. As we all know, a typical tactic used by Zionist-centric entities is to control the opposition. Doing so is the key to survival when suppressing truth is the name of the game.

    The self-reported nature of some of these cyber attacks indicates that they are either (a) a way for Israel to soften its image of being the sole aggressor in this conflict with the obvious power disparity or (b) an effective means to illustrate to the military strategists in Israel that Gaza is not prime for their exclusive and preferred attacks on overwhelmingly weaker forces, like humanitarian activists, women and children.
    I should add a (c). That is, this could be a cyber causus belli for Israel to suffocate Gaza’s electronic ability. Anonymous’ rise coincided with the Pentagon’s statement that cyber attacks are an act of war, for instance.

    Finally, let me officially demand that we replace the term, “anti-Semite” with “anti-Khazarian” and “anti-Zionist” and wear those badges proudly.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos November 18, 2012 at 11:20 pm #

      You are disappointingly convincing. I wish I could have believed it a little longer

  5. Frank Scott November 18, 2012 at 11:21 pm #

    this may or not be, as critics imply, a ruse or simply over stated but we run the risk of always seeing any resistance – not meeting our own definition of suitable- as hopeless, useless, a plot by ( choose one) the all powerful jews, the all powerful illuminati, the all powerful rothschilds, the all powerful free masons, etc.

    this is a wonderful way to maintain the all powerless people…

    • fool me once... November 19, 2012 at 12:11 am #

      “a plot by (choose one)…”
      Why would it be just one?
      “this is a wonderful way to maintain the all powerless people…”
      But all the people ain’t powerless and they know…

  6. Ariadna Theokopoulos November 19, 2012 at 12:12 am #

    JERUSALEM (Reuters) – More than 44 million hacking attempts have been made on Israeli government web sites since Wednesday when Israel began its Gaza air strikes, the government said on Sunday.
    Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz said just one hacking attempt was successful on a site he did not want to name, but it was up and running after 10 minutes of downtime.
    Typically, there are a few hundred hacking attempts a day on Israeli sites, the ministry said.
    Attempts on defence-related sites have been the highest, while 10 million attempts have been made on the site of Israel’s president, 7 million on the Foreign Ministry and 3 million on the site of the prime minister.

    Dedict 6 million form Israeli figures–still leaves a lot of attempts. Incompetent hackers