MK Danon's website hacked by Kuwaitis
MK Danny Danon's (Likud) website was hacked on Thursday afternoon, shortly after he announced that he had more than 5,000 signatures on a petition he posted calling on the Israeli government to stop supplying electricity and water to Gaza
"Hamas owes NIS 103 million to the State of Israel for electricity,
and instead of paying back the debt, they shoot missiles on Ashkelon,"
he said. "It cannot be that Hamas can shoot at the power plant that
provides them with electricity."
Minutes after the Likud MK's announcement, his website was hacked.
Visitors to Danon's site saw the headline "Team Kuwait Hackers,"
along with a photo of missiles and another of Ahmed Said Khalil Jabari,
the senior Hamas figure killed in an IAF strike on Wednesday night. In
addition, a song in Arabic played automatically when the site was
"If extremist hackers broke into my website because of the petition, we must be doing something right," Danon stated.
Not really. If we were doing something right, the government led by Danon's party would not need to be petitioned to take this action. They would do it on their own.
Labels: computer hackers, Danny Danon, Gaza electricity supply, Gaza water supply, Kuwait