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Israeli news sites hacked on anniversary of Soleimani assassination

The website of the Jerusalem Post newspaper in Israel and the Twitter account of the Maariv news portal were hacked in the second year of the killing of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Army Quds Force Commander, Qassem Soleimani, during the US attack.

According to the argument in the news of the Jerusalem Post, the action was carried out by internet hackers close to Iran.

Internet hackers shared images showing that a fist-shaped missile, thought to represent Soleimani, fell on Israel’s Dimona nuclear facility on two platforms.

“We are close to you even though you don’t think”

The post also included the phrase “We are close to you in ways you do not think.”

In the news, it was pointed out that it is not clear now whether the hackers are from Iran or from outside groups that support this country.

Public holiday declared in Iraq

Commemoration ceremonies and protests are held in Iraq to mark the 2nd anniversary of the death of Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, Deputy Leader of the Hashd al-Shaabi organization. Due to the anniversary of the event, public holidays were declared in 14 provinces in Baghdad, Salahaddin, Anbar, Mosul, Diyale, Wasit, Zikar, Babylon, Basra, Najaf, Karbala, Maysan, Divaniye and Kirkuk.

A commemoration ceremony was held near the international airport in Baghdad, the capital city of Iraq, where the influx took place yesterday evening.

On January 3, 2020, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani and Deputy Leader of the Hashd al-Muhandis, Abu Mahdi al-Engineer, were killed in an air raid organized by the United States in Baghdad. (AA-UAV)

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