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The “OpIsrael” hashtag refers to “Operation Israel Hackers,” an annual cyber attack campaign against Israel each April 7. This year it started early.
Jason D. Greenblatt thanked the group for their visit. “It was a pleasure to host all of you," he wrote.
“Terrorist organizations such as Hamas and Hezbollah have moved to Twitter instead of Facebook,” said Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.
"Such brutality and no condemnation from the PA! I pray for the families and the wounded – so much sadness."
“Imagine what the people of Gaza could do with the $100 million Iran gives Hamas annually that Hamas uses for weapons and tunnels to attack Israel!”
"We must not allow ISIS to return, or enter, our country after defeating them in the Middle East and elsewhere."
The document endorses 'Jewish Zionist aspirations' and a 'national home' for the Jewish people."
Jarrar clarified the reason for the rejection by tweeting a call to "Learn more about Amnesty's campaign calling on states to ban Israeli settlement goods."
Unfazed, Tal and Gili sang the words to Hatikva from their places on the dais, where spectators could see, regardless of the noise on the speakers.
"This is a tool that was made to dominate women for the sake of reproduction."
"I hope you're sitting down," says Prime Minister Netanyahu, "because this one's a whopper."
Needless to say, the Syrian military's official announcement did not mention the nature of the target - a chemical weapons plant.
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The "Yes, You're Racist" Twitter account is currently packed with mostly unidentified images of white guys which may or may not have been shot at the neo-Nazi rally.
'In effect, our sovereignty is being violated,' Shaked stressed. 'The ability of the state to maintain its internal security is undermined by the manner in which the characteristics of cyberspace are exploited negatively by the instigators and supporters of terrorism.'
Weddings and more weddings!
Someone at the news agency apparently had second thoughts and quickly deleted the tweet, but not quick enough.
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Since the attack, social media has been rife with conspiracy myths alleging that a Jewish plot was responsible for the atrocity.
Of most interest to our readers are the words "Tel Aviv to Jerusalem"
'We knew that anti-Semitism online was on the rise, but the numbers revealed in this report give us concrete data as to how alarming the situation really is.'