‘The nation State takes advantage of our nationalist feelings to concentrate corruption, control  and money. The religious nation state is 10 times worse, guaranteeing totalitarian control by psychotic power freaks… Then there is the religious state claiming to be  the ‘Chosen Race’ and just one ethnic group, like Israel, which is a recipe for fascist genocide”

Anonymous ‘knocks out’ Mossad website over Israel’s Gaza offensive

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 Hacker group Anonymous has  taken down the website of the Israeli secret service Mossad in protest of Israel’s military incursion in Gaza. The ‘hacktivists’ have already targeted a number of organizations in their mission to stop the “genocide.”

Mossad’s website went offline at around 00:40 GMT and is still down at the time of writing. The Israeli government has yet to make any comment on the supposed hack attack.

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Anonymous launched a hacking campaign against Israel coinciding with the beginning of Operation Protective Edge on July 7.

Anonymous claims that since its operation began, it has taken down “thousands” of Israeli-based websites. The hacktivist group also released 170 log-in details last Monday which they said belonged to Israeli officials.

Anonymous has also issued an appeal to all of its followers to intensify their attacks on Israeli websites.

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“We are calling upon the Anonymous collective, and the elite hacker groups to join our crusade, and to wage cyber war against the state of Israel once more,” said a public statement from the group posted online last Friday. “As a collective ‘Anonymous’ does not hate Israel, it hates that Israel’s government is committing genocide & slaughtering unarmed people in Gaza to obtain more land at the border.”

Protesters stand in front of a fire barricade near the aerial metro station of Barbes-Rochechouart, in Paris, on July 19, 2014, during clashes with French riot police in the aftermath of a demonstration, banned by French police, to denounce Israel's military campaign in Gaza and show support to the Palestinian people. Demonstrators threw rocks and bottles at anti-riot squads blocking their route, who responded with tear gas lobbied into the streets. AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS GUILLOT

Protesters stand in front of a fire barricade near the aerial metro station of Barbes-Rochechouart, in Paris, on July 19, 2014, during clashes with French riot police in the aftermath of a demonstration, banned by French police, to denounce Israel’s military campaign in Gaza and show support to the Palestinian people. Demonstrators threw rocks and bottles at anti-riot squads blocking their route, who responded with tear gas lobbied into the streets. AFP PHOTO / FRANCOIS GUILLOT

The group launched hundreds of attacks on Israeli sites two years ago during the Israeli Defense Force’s (IDF) previous operation ‘Pillar of Defense’ in Gaza. Anonymous succeeded in leaking the data of 5,000 Israeli officials and hacking into the Israeli deputy premier’s Twitter and Facebook accounts.

The conflict in Gaza shows no signs of relenting with both the IDF and Hamas continuing to exchange rocket fire. The Palestinian Health Ministry reports than over 1.350 people have been killed in Gaza, while the Israeli side has lost 56 soldiers to the fighting

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