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Hackers defaced the official website of the community of Shiloh, one day after the the anti-Israel hacker “ox0mar” downed the websites of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and El Al.
The hackers left a message in Hebrew, writing: “Dear Managers. This is not a joke nor a dream. This is the true reality. From Kurdistan or Iraq. Blessings from all of the Kurdish hackers.” Shiloh is Jewish town in Samaria, north of Jerusalem.
Azerbaijan, an ally of Israel, also fell victim to anti-Israel hacking Monday when official government and judicial websites were hacked and with anti-Israel propaganda replacing original content.
“You are servants of the Jews,” said a message on Azerbaijan’s governing party’s homepage, and warned President Ilham Aliyev that he would meet the same demise as the former leaders of Egypt and Libya.
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