Sunday, November 25, 2012

Anonymous Rekrut pakar komputer perangi laman web pro-Israel


KUALA LUMPUR: Kumpulan penggodam terkemuka, Anonymous sedang merekrut pakar komputer di seluruh dunia termasuk penggodam tempatan bagi meneruskan perang siber ke atas laman web pro-Israel yang dilancarkan minggu lalu.

Mereka menggelarkan operasi godam terbabit sebagai ‘OpIsrael’ dan bertindak sedemikan sebagai tindak balas serangan kejam Israel ke atas rakyat Palestin yang mengorbankan ratusan nyawa tidak berdosa.

Menurut seorang penggodam tempatan yang enggan dikenali, mereka berhubung dengan Anonymous sejak beberapa minggu lalu menerusi forum rahsia untuk berkongsi maklumat serta menerima latihan mengenai teknik menggodam yang sesuai.

“Menerusi forum berkenaan Anonymous membekalkan penggodam dengan perisian ‘Distributed Denial of Service’ atau DDoS, malware dan sebagainya untuk dijadikan ‘senjata’ bagi melumpuhkan laman pro-Israel, khususnya yang menggunakan domain ‘.il’,” katanya ketika dihubungi semalam.


Katanya lagi kumpulan penggodam tempatan turut berhubung dengan penggodam dari Indonesia, Brunei dan Pakistan untuk merancang strategi terbaik melumpuhkan laman terbabit.

“Antara kaedah yang digunakan adalah menyerang dengan perisian DDoS sehingga laman berkenaan menjadi berat dan seterusnya memberi peluang kepada penggodam lain untuk ‘menyerang’ dan ‘menceroboh’ sistem laman terbabit,” ujarnya.

Menurutnya, taktik popular selain mencuri data adalah dengan mengubah suai rekaan laman terbabit atau lebih dikenali sebagai teknik ‘defacement’.

Bagaimanapun jelasnya kerajaan Israel sedang meningkatkan keselamatan pelayan laman web kerajaan untuk menghalang Anonymous daripada mengakses data sensitif khususnya membabitkan operasi ketenteraan.

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Anti-Israel rage across globe as violence in Gaza goes on (PHOTOS)
Egypt-brokered Hamas-Israel ceasefire comes into effect

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Egypt-brokered Hamas-Israel ceasefire comes into effect

Published: 21 November, 2012, 21:10
Edited: 22 November, 2012, 07:14

http://rt.com/news/hamas-israel-agree-ceasefire-271/ 




Palestinians celebrate in the street of Gaza City on November 21, 2012 as a ceasefire came into effect. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)

Following eight days of intense shelling that left over 150 people killed, a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has come into effect. The truce was announced by Egypt's foreign minister and confirmed by both Israeli and Palestinian officials.

The truce announcement was made by Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Amr during a joint press conference with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“These efforts and contacts have yielded an understanding about a truce and restoration of calm, and the halting of the bloodshed that we have witnessed during the recent period,” Amr said.

"A short while ago Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke with [US] President Barack Obama and agreed to his recommendation to give a chance to an Egyptian proposal for a ceasefire and thereby give an opportunity for the stabilization of the situation and a calming of it," the Netanyahu office's statement reads.

The deal stipulates that Israel “stop all hostilities in the Gaza Strip – land sea and air, including incursions and targeting of individuals,” while “all Palestinian factions shall stop all hostilities from the Gaza Strip against Israel, including rocket attacks and all attacks along the border.”

The document also says that crossings should be opened to facilitate the movement of people and goods, and that residents’ free movements should not be restricted, while targeting residents in border areas should be.

According to the deal, the exact details of implementation will be decided 24 hours from the start of the ceasefire.

The announcement comes after Clinton and UN chief Ban Ki-Moon traveled to Cairo on Wednesday to push for a ceasefire as the conflict entered its eighth day.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (AFP Photo / Dan Balilty)
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (AFP Photo / Dan Balilty)
The UN Secretary-General met with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Clinton met with Morsi as well, and later with Amr.

"Ultimately every step must move us towards a comprehensive peace for the people of the region," Clinton said after the ceasefire was announced.

Later, during a special press conference devoted to the ceasefire, Netanyahu expressed gratitude to Clinton, Obama and Egypt for their, cooperation saying Israel “put in a lot of military power together with diplomatic.”

Objectives accomplished?

­Israel Defense Minister Ehud Barak said that all his government's military goals in Gaza were "achieved" as the ceasefire agreement came into effect. The IDF issued a statement saying that it accomplished its “pre-determined objectives” for the eight-days-long Operation Pillar of Defense, inflicting severe damage to Hamas and its military capabilities.

Meanwhile, Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal declared the ceasefire agreement to be a major victory for Palestine, adding that while Israel claims to have reached its goals, it “failed to destroy Gaza’s infrastructure.”

“After eight days, God stayed their hand from the people of Gaza, and they were compelled to submit to the conditions of the resistance,” Meshaal said. ”Israel has failed in all its goals.”
Meshaal also thanked ceasefire mediator Egypt for its efforts in reaching the truce agreement, as well as Iran, which he said played a significant role in arming Hamas during the conflict. He added that Israel initiated the conflict and that Hamas was forced to respond. He urged Arab countries to provide armed assistance to the "Palestinian resistance."

Over the week of Israel's offensive, some 160 people were killed and 941 wounded in Gaza, according to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights. Almost 100 of those killed were civilians, including 28 children, 13 women and several journalists. Almost every wounded person was a civilian as well.

On the Israeli side, five people were killed and 240 injured according to the IDF, which counted over 1,500 rockets fired from Gaza during the conflict. Only 421 of those rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome.

The Israeli military announced that it hit over 1,500 "terror sites" and killed 30 senior operatives during the operation. “I would say that most of the people that were hit in Gaza deserved it, as they were just armed terrorists,” Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon told Public Radio International, despite the large majority of Palestinians killed being unarmed civilians.

(Image from twitter @IDF )
(Image from twitter @IDF )

Long-lasting truce?

­Rumors about an imminent truce circulated in the media for a while prior to its official announcement and confirmation by both sides.

Arab diplomats were active in the negotiation process. An Arab League delegation arrived in Gaza on Tuesday to support the Palestinian people, while last week Egypt's Prime Minister Hesham Kandil traveled to Gaza with a support mission.

On Tuesday, Hamas official Ayman Taha announced that an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire was to be declared in Gaza at 19:00 GMT and would go into effect at 22:00 GMT the same night. Shortly after the announcement, Israel said a ceasefire deal was yet to be finalized.

Also on Tuesday, Morsi expressed certainty that Gaza and Israel would shortly reach a ceasefire, but did not elaborate on the matter.

But despite the truce, Israeli officials claim that over a dozen rockets have been fired at Israel from Gaza since the ceasefire came into effect.

The ceasefire between Hamas and Israel is unlikely to last long as Tel Aviv maintains its siege of Gaza, anti-war activist Don DeBar told RT.

“Unless the people of Gaza are allowed food and medicine and material to rebuild their blown-up country, then there is no justice until that happens and probably no peace,” he said, adding that for a lasting peace, Gazans' living conditions must be let to improve beyond the bare minimum for survival.

Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
 
Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
 
Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
 
Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
Palestinians celebrate the beginning of the truce with Israel in Gaza City on November 21, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams) 
 

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Anti-Israel rage across globe as violence in Gaza goes on (PHOTOS)

Re-Post from http://rt.com
Published: 18 November, 2012, 14:13

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest outside the Israeli Embassy in London.(Reuters / Luke MacGregor)
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest outside the Israeli Embassy in London.(Reuters / Luke MacGregor)
As Hamas continues to launch strikes on Israel, the government of the Jewish state said it’s ready to expand the operation against Gaza. Meantime, the ongoing global protests against Israel see thousands taking to the streets around the world.
About a thousand of Indonesian students demonstrated in Jakarta, carrying Palestinian flags, as well as photos of destruction and casualties, and shouting “Save Gaza, save humanity” outside the US embassy. “America is a country that has always championed human rights but why is it not doing anything to stop Israel’s attacks? Israel is the real terrorist,” protest coordinator Yousef Saiful Gunawan told AFP.
Indonesian Muslim students attend a protest against fresh Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip, outside the US embassy in Jakarta.(AFP Photo / Adek  Berry)
Indonesian Muslim students attend a protest against fresh Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip, outside the US embassy in Jakarta.(AFP Photo / Adek Berry)
Indonesian Muslim students attend a protest against fresh Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip, outside the US embassy in Jakarta.(AFP Photo / Adek  Berry)
Indonesian Muslim students attend a protest against fresh Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip, outside the US embassy in Jakarta.(AFP Photo / Adek Berry)
Around a thousand of Chileans also took to the streets of the country’s capital to protest against the ongoing violence. The demonstrators carried banners with photos of the conflict’s victims. There are about 350,000 Chileans of Palestinian descent living in Chile, making it one of the largest such communities outside of the Arab world.
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest against Israel′s ongoing airstrike over Gaza, near the Israeli embassy in Santiago, Chile.(AFP Photo / Claudio Santana)
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest against Israel's ongoing airstrike over Gaza, near the Israeli embassy in Santiago, Chile.(AFP Photo / Claudio Santana)
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest against Israel′s ongoing airstrike over Gaza, near the Israeli embassy in Santiago, Chile.(AFP Photo / Claudio Santana)
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest against Israel's ongoing airstrike over Gaza, near the Israeli embassy in Santiago, Chile.(AFP Photo / Claudio Santana)
Crowds also gathered in the Netherlands’ capital Amsterdam to protest the Gaza assault. The demonstrators were holding posters which read, "No Dutch support for apartheid in Palestine. Boycott Israel."
Demonstrators hold signs saying "No Dutch support for apartheid in Palestine. Boycott Israel" during a protest in Amsterdam.(AFP Photo / Erik Van ′ T Woud)
Demonstrators hold signs saying "No Dutch support for apartheid in Palestine. Boycott Israel" during a protest in Amsterdam.(AFP Photo / Erik Van ' T Woud)
emonstrators hold signs saying "No Dutch support for apartheid in Palestine. Boycott Israel" during a protest in Amsterdam.(AFP Photo / Erik Van ′ T Woud)
emonstrators hold signs saying "No Dutch support for apartheid in Palestine. Boycott Israel" during a protest in Amsterdam.(AFP Photo / Erik Van ' T Woud)
In London, thousands also rallied in support of the Palestinian people outside the Israeli embassy, condemning the British government’s stance on the issue. Sarah Colborne, director of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, said protesters aimed to demonstrate they were "vehemently opposed" to the Foreign Office's position. The crowds waved Palestinian flags, sang "Gaza we will never let you die", branding Israel a “terror state.” There was a significant police presence in the area of the protest, with the road leading to the Israeli embassy blocked by barriers and a gate.
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest near the Israeli embassy in central London.(AFP Photo / Leon Neal)
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest near the Israeli embassy in central London.(AFP Photo / Leon Neal)
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest near the Israeli embassy in central London.(AFP Photo / Leon Neal)
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest near the Israeli embassy in central London.(AFP Photo / Leon Neal)
­In Israel itself, hundreds also protested against the Operation Pillar of Defense, calling on the government to reach an immediate ceasefire with Hamas in Gaza. The demonstrators named the military operation an “election campaign” for Netanyahu, chanting slogans against the “occupation.”
Israeli soldiers stand watch as Palestinian and Israelis from the movement of Combatants for Peace hold the Palestinian flag as they take part in a rally in support of the people of the Gaza Strip and against Israeli air strikes.(AFP Photo / Musa Al-Shaer)
Israeli soldiers stand watch as Palestinian and Israelis from the movement of Combatants for Peace hold the Palestinian flag as they take part in a rally in support of the people of the Gaza Strip and against Israeli air strikes.(AFP Photo / Musa Al-Shaer)
Israeli soldiers stand watch as Palestinian and Israelis from the movement of Combatants for Peace take part in a rally in support of the people of the Gaza Strip and against Israeli air strikes.(AFP Photo / Musa Al-Shaer)
Israeli soldiers stand watch as Palestinian and Israelis from the movement of Combatants for Peace take part in a rally in support of the people of the Gaza Strip and against Israeli air strikes.(AFP Photo / Musa Al-Shaer)
Nine rockets were launched from Gaza on Sunday, with three of them hitting Israel and another four intercepted by Israel’s Iron Dome defense system. Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that the Jewish state is ready to “significantly expand” Gaza operation. As of now, at least 52 Palestinians, including 11 children, and three Israelis died in the conflict.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Anonymous - #Operation Israel



Published on Nov 16, 2012 by
Greetings World.

For far too long, Anonymous has stood by with the rest of the world and watched in despair the barbaric, brutal and despicable treatment of the Palestinian people in the so called "Occupied Territories" by the Israel Defense Force. Like so many around the globe, we have felt helpless in the face of such implacable evil. And today's insane attack and threatened invasion of Gaza was more of the same.

But when the government of Israel publicly threatened to sever all Internet and other telecommunications into and out of Gaza they crossed a line in the sand. As the former dictator of Egypt Mubarack learned the hard way - we are ANONYMOUS and NO ONE shuts down the Internet on our watch. To the IDF and government of Israel we issue you this warning only once. Do NOT shut down the Internet into the "Occupied Territories", and cease and desist from your terror upon the innocent people of Palestine or you will know the full and unbridled wrath of Anonymous. And like all the other evil governments that have faced our rage, you will NOT survive it unscathed.

To the people of Gaza and the "Occupied Territories", know that Anonymous stands with you in this fight. We will do everything in our power to hinder the evil forces of the IDF arrayed against you. We will use all our resources to make certain you stay connected to the Internet and remain able to transmit your experiences to the world. As a start, we have put together the Anonymous Gaza Care Package - http://bit.ly/XH87C5 - which contains instructions in Arabic and English that can aid you in the event the Israel government makes good on it's threat to attempt to sever your Internet connection. It also contains useful information on evading IDF surveillance, and some basic first aid and other useful information. We will continue to expand and improve this document in the coming days, and we will transmit it to you by every means at our disposal. We encourage you to download this package, and to share it with your fellow Palestinians to the best of your ability.

We will be with you. No matter how dark it may seem, no matter how alone and abandoned you may feel - know that tens of thousands of us in Anonymous are with you and working tirelessly around the clock to bring you every aid and assistance that we can.

We Are Anonymous
We Are Everywhere
We Are Legion
We Do Not Forgive
We Do Not Forget
To the oppressors of the innocent Palestinian people, it is too late to EXPECT US

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