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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Protesters in several countries censure Saudi invasion of Yemen

On Friday, tens of thousands of protesters held a massive rally outside the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in al-Quds (Jerusalem) following the Friday prayers.
Meanwhile, some other protests were also held on Friday in the Bahraini village of Duraz and other regions to condemn the Saudi aggression.
Large crowds of people in several countries have taken part in a series of protest rallies to condemn the Saudi invasion of Yemen.
The angry Palestinian demonstrators chanted slogans against the Saudi intervention in Yemen.
Sunday, March 15, 2015

نقض حق الإنسان في السعودیة

إنما السعودیون یخالفون علی إقامة تصریحات مارگوت والستروم و هو ضیف فخري في ملتقی جامعة العرب في قاهرة؛ لأجل توکید سوید علی ظروف الدیموقراطیة و حقوق الإنسان في السعودیة.


توکید الملک السعودي لإستمرار السیاسات الماضیة

قام الملک السعودي ، ملک سلمان بتصریحات بین حشود من السلطات و الهویات البارزة و قال بأنّ الریاض یلتزم نفسه لإستمرار السیاسات و القدرات الماضیة.
أفاد سلمان في هذا المجلس لسلطات الإقتصادیة و المستثمرین بأنه تخفیض سعر البترول أثّر علی مقدار دخل السعودیة تأثیرا فادحا.
و أعلن بأنّه في صدد لتشدید وسعة القوات الأمن و العسکریة.
Wednesday, March 11, 2015

People protesting in America for the murder of a young black man

A large number of people came into streets in Madison to protest against the murder of a young unarmed black man by a white policeman.

The Madison’s police officer in Wisconsin state shot and killed a 19-year-old black man called Tony Robinson on Friday night. Madison Police Chief Mike Koval confirmed that the black man was unarmed.



Tuesday, March 10, 2015

University of Chicago Computers Hacked, Social Security Numbers Stolen

The university of Chicago was under a massive cyber attack where unknown hackers breached into the computer networks stealing person details of staff and students.
According to reports the duration and exact date of breach has not been disclosed, but a letter from the university officials shows they learned about the breach on January 22, 2015.



The stolen database contained social security numbers, names, marital status, usernames, gender and employee identification numbers. 
Initial investigation revealed the data belonged to students from the Department of Medicine, contracted, former and current employees. 


Saturday, February 28, 2015

العاصفة العالمیة ضد تدخل السعودي و أمریکا في یمن

إنما اليمنيين لأجل دعم الثورة والمعارضة إلى تدخل المملكة العربية السعودية و أمريكا في اليمن قاموا علی إحتجاجات واسعة النطاق.
في مدینة رازح زهاء الحدود الجنوبية للمملكة العربية السعودية يرددون هتاف "الحرية، الحرية، لماذا التدخل السعودية" ورفضوا أي تدخل في الشؤون الداخلية لليمن من قبل السعودية.
أيضا يوم الجمعة، الآلاف من الناس في مدينة "صعدة" في شمال اليمن، بدأوا بالاحتجاجات ضد النظام السعودي .
في أجزاء أخرى من البلاد شاهدنا إحتجاجات ضد تدخل النظام السعودي.

ضرب الطالب الأمريكي

إنمّا الشرطة ماساتشوستس قامت  علی ضرب طالب أمريكي "توماس دونوفان" بزعم أخذ التصویر. إنّ قوات الأمن لاحقته وهاجموا عليه برذاذ الفلفل حینما قام هذا الشاب علی أخذ التصویر من عمل الشرطة الأمريكي عند ضرب الشرطة شخص آخر. وقد ضرب الشرطة دونوفان وسحقت من هاتفه المحمول.
Saturday, February 21, 2015

OpSaudi: Hackers Shutdown Saudi Bank Website

On Wednesday 17th Feb, 2015, a group of hacktivists calling themselves “The oppressed defenders” conducted a cyber attack on Saudi Arabian based bank AlJazira in shape of a Distributed denial of service attack (DD0S).

As a result the online banking and e-service domains of bank AlJazira were forced to go offline for more than thirty minutes.

One of the hacker told HackRead the reason behind targeting this bank was human rights violations within the Kingdom.
Hacker claimed they had warned the new Saudi king Salman bin Abdulaziz to stop violating human rights in the country or prepare yourself for never ending cyber attacks.

In past few weeks the same group had attacked Saudi financial institutions such as Samba, Alahli and Riyad bank.
    “Those attacks on Samba, Alahli, Riyad bank were just small warnings to the Saudi regime and it’s king and if they don’t pay attention to the demands made by people, there will be attacks with more strength than before. These attacks are warnings to make Saudi regime change its behavior with the people and stops its wrong policies,” the hacker added.

Below are screenshots showing the bank’s site were down:






Identity of hackers remain unknown, but in an email HackRead was told there will be new and more powerful cyber attacks on Saudi financial institutions to put an end to violations of human rights in the Kingdom.

At the time of publishing this article, the Bank AlJazira was restored and available online.




Source: https://www.hackread.com