Skip to comments.Anonymous, Syrian Hackers Target Israel on 9/11
Posted on 09/11/2013 9:08:25 AM PDT by Nachum
Hackers claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous launched a widespread cyber attack on Israeli citizens, government institutions, and corporations on Wednesday, according to Internet chatter and postings from the self-described hackers.
The attack is purportedly being carried out by a nebulous group of hackers who claim affiliation with both Anonymous and the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), which supports embattled President Bashar al Assad.
Timed to occur on the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, the hackers took aim at Israeli banks and government websites over what they claimed are the Jewish states multiple crimes.
The hackers alternately blamed Israel for the 9/11 terror attacks, condemned its treatment of the Palestinians, and vowed to publish at least 5,000 Israeli credit card numbers.
WAKE UP WORLD!!! Who Was Really Behind the 9/11 Attacks? declared one Twitter user claiming to be affiliated with the cyber attack.
Many in the Middle East and around the world continue to believe that Israel had a secret hand in orchestrating and carrying out the 9/11 terror attacks.
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Tinfoil Hat Conspiracy theories.
INCLUDING the 9-11 Truther crap, which as we know was started by a Muslim website in France.
Since Anonymous supports homosexuals, is it any wonder they aren’t going after their sister in the White Hut?
I saw those Anonymous morons once doing one of their protests. They were wearing masks. Someone came out of the place they were protesting and talked to them for a few minutes and they left. Went back to the University of Utah. Most of their recruits are mindless 19 year old college students. The easiest age to brainwash.
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