800 Websites Hacked by Pak Cyber Pyrates for #opFreedomPalestine

Pak Cyber Pyrates hackers from Pakistan have hacked 800 websites for #opFreedomPalestine. All the 800 websites were successfully hacked and deface by the PCP hackers.

According to Hackers:

  1. #opFreedomPalestine
  2. #Hacked by Cyb3r0ck3r & M Khan PCP – Pak Cyber Pyrates
  3. #Thanks to team PCP
  4. #Greetz to All those who support #opFreedomPalestine

Hackers also left a deface message for better understanding of why the websites were hacked.

Now, 64 years have passed since the Israeli Declaration of Independence and since then Palestinian children, women and men are being killed and murdered on daily basis, their land is occupied and their properties are confiscated. Despite the brutality of the Israeli regime, the world including the dispassionate and neutral Arab states of the Persian Gulf, watch the agony and suffering of the Palestinian nation with apathy and indifference. Sixty-three years ago the Zionists demolished 438 Palestinian villages and poisoned or destroyed wells to ensure that their rightful owners would not return. Today, Zionists keep on behaving more or less along the same traditions, demolishing homes,destroying farms, and narrowing people’s horizons, all with the goal of making them emigrate. Israel celebrates freedom while more than nine million Palestinians aretreated like slaves or children of a lesser God, some languishing in refugee camps, also for 63 years, or subjected to horrible conditions such as mass detention, collective starvation, daily persecution, with no freedom and very little hope for a better tomorrow. According to Palestine News Network,Nakba demonstrations are expected to take place all over the West Bank, Al-Quds, Gaza and the countries across the world.Fearing the possible massive gatherings of the Palestinian citizens in the occupied territories, the Israeli forces have adopted tough security measures ahead of the Nakba Day protests and arrested several Palestines. 

Complete list of 800 hacked websites can be acquired from:

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Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.