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Hamdan UFree Network website was hacked

Hamdan UFree Network website was hacked by Israeli hackers’ team

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Link: http://ufreenetwork.eu/Details.aspx?Type_ID=3&Rotator_ID=232

Mohammed Hamdan, UFree network chairman, said that UFree website was hacked by Israeli hackers’ team, which totally paralyzed the website.

Hamdan said that it is not the first time that our website got hacked. There were other attempts to break it down, but UFree technical team overcame all problems.

Hamdan refereed that Israeli occupation is annoyed due to the great success we achieved in revealing brutal and inhuman practices of occupation against Palestinian people and prisoners in particular. He added, "Our persistent effort in internationalising Palestinian prisoners’ plight at all international and European domains through campaigns, seminars and conference led Israeli hackers team to hack our website and such denounced actions will not turn UFree network away from doing its mission."

Concerning UFree hacked website, Hamdan said that the technical teams is fixing the website to reactivate it as soon as possible, he added that we have managed to open a temporary website in English on the following link :www.ufreenetwork.eu.


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