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    • Caleb
    • 25.01.12 | 16:53 (IST)

    And it's just the beginning. Time for Israel to seriously consider nuking the internet. Or get back behind 1967 intentionally recognized borders where the Jews belong and eventually will end up anyway.

    from the article: Hackers paralyze Israeli hospital websites, as cyber war heats up
    First published 16:23 25.01.12 | Last updated 16:23 25.01.12
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