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AnonGhost Deface UN Website Following Al-Asqa Mosque Tensions

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AnonGhost Deface UN Website Following Al-Asqa Mosque Tensions. It’s once again the famous online pro-Palestinian hacktivist “AnonGhost” has hacked and defaced the official website of United Nations (UN) earlier today against the Israeli invasion of Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem.AnonGhost left a deface page along with a message on hacked UN site in support of Palestine and Al-Aqsa Mosque. The group vowed to keep on targeting Israeli cyber space.

The defaced message by the AnonGhost after hacking the website :

We are the sound of the forgotten people, the freedom fighter in the cyberworld and our main target is Sionisme and israhell, if you are asking why your website got hacked by us, its basically because we want to share our message and show the world who we are, we are not looking for fame but we have a goal to achieve we supporte all hackers teams and we supporte all the freedom mouvement in the world. #OpSaveAlAqsa decided , Expect us!

AnonGhost is a group of hackers from around the world, who hack against Israel and in support of Palestine and other countries of the Muslim world. This is not the first time they have hacked websites,they have hacked several website in recent years.

A full preview of deface page uploaded by AnonGhost :


The attack was carried out under the banner of Operation Save Al-Aqsa, referring to the mosque in East Jerusalem which is the third holiest site in Islam but which has been the centre of rising tensions in recent weeks with protests erupting over Jewish visitors to the site and worries over a possible change which would allow Jews to pray at the flashpoint location.

While many associate AnonGhost with the larger Anonymous movement, the founder of the group – known as Mauritania Attacker Admin (MAA) – is eager to disassociate his group from Anonymous.“We don’t have any relationship with Anonymous. AnonGhost is different from Anonymous, we don’t have the same goal and don’t have the same level in hacking,” MAA told IBTimes UK

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