Anonymous warns Israel: ‘No one cuts Gaza internet on our watch!’

15 November, 2012

An Israeli protester, wearing a Guy Fawkes mask. (AFP Photo / David Buimovitch)

An Israeli protester, wearing a Guy Fawkes mask. (AFP Photo / David Buimovitch)

The hacktivist group Anonymous is angry at Israel, and not just for launching deadly airstrikes on Gaza. Members say the Israeli government “crossed a line in the sand” when it threatened to sever internet and other telecommunications in Gaza.

In a press statement published online, Anonymous issued a warning to the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) and the Israeli government, ordering them to not shut down the internet in the occupied territories and to cease and desist from their“terror upon the innocent people of Palestine.”

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Leader of Hamas’ Armed Wing and His Bodyguard Extra-Judicially Executed-Death Toll in Rises to 13, Including Two Children and a Woman…

PCHR Palestinian Centre for Human Rights PRESS RELEASE

 

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New Israeli Military Escalation against the Gaza Strip;

 

Leader of Hamas’ Armed Wing and His Bodyguard Extra-Judicially Executed and Death Toll in Rises to 13, Including Two Children and a Woman, While 115 Civilian, Including 26 Children and 25 Women, Wounded

 

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Narratives under siege: Not feeling safe in your own home

17 November 2011 — PCHR Palestinian Centre for Human Rights

Rawand Tayseer Abu Mughassib, a shy 15 year old girl, is the oldest of 7 children. Together with her mother, father, three brothers, and three sisters she lives in a two story home south of Wadi al Salqa, a village located to the east of Deir al Balah in central Gaza Strip. Next to her family home is the home of her uncle, and not far behind it, stands the house of her grandmother.
 
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Video: Comrades to competitors: France and Italy vie for a slice of Libyan pie — RT

27 August 2011 — RT

The race for Libya’s vast oil wealth is gathering momentum. States who worked together during the NATO airstrikes are now working against each other in the battle to secure lucrative energy contracts.

­Meanwhile, fears are rising that a new regime in Libya could easily slide into corruption.

Half a billion dollars from Italy, and now a whopping $1.5 billion from the UN in unfrozen Libyan assets – on top of $300 million dollars from Turkey.

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Video: Comrades to competitors: France and Italy vie for a slice of Libyan pie — RT

27 August 2011 — RT

The race for Libya’s vast oil wealth is gathering momentum. States who worked together during the NATO airstrikes are now working against each other in the battle to secure lucrative energy contracts.

­Meanwhile, fears are rising that a new regime in Libya could easily slide into corruption.

Half a billion dollars from Italy, and now a whopping $1.5 billion from the UN in unfrozen Libyan assets – on top of $300 million dollars from Turkey.

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Yemen Newslinks 3 August 2011

3 August 2011 — williambowles.info

Latest word from Yemen’s ill president doesn’t allay tensions
MiamiHerald.com
By ADAM BARON SANAA, Yemen — When Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh left for medical treatment in Saudi Arabia on June 5 after suffering severe injuries in a bomb attack on his compound, many in the impoverished Arabian Peninsula nation breathed a …
http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/08/03/2343044/latest-word-from-yemens-ill-president.html

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