Anti-Israel activists release information from Israeli security officials

Anti-Israel activists claimed that they had posted the personal information of high-ranking Israeli officials on a Persian-language Telegram channel over the past month.

The group, known as Justice for Palestine, began publishing the information of various Mossad, IDF and Shin Bet officials in mid-October, including phone numbers, addresses, identification numbers and photos.

The group’s statutes established that it is a “popular international network of freedmen, knights and supporters of justice and the oppressed and homeless in the world.” The group added that it is focused on “fighting oppression and oppressors,” and would do so by identifying and revealing the identities of officials they see as oppressors.

The group also aims to bring the information they collect to human rights groups around the world to try and prosecute these officials in international courts.

“The oppressed nation of Palestine is now the largest group of people in the world who, as a nation with an identity of more than 73 years, have been systematically oppressed by the racist government of the usurping Zionist regime, therefore in the first phase , this group is trying to combat the perpetrators of this indisputable oppression, “the group said in its charter. It is unclear whether the group meant that it intends to expand to target other states.

Shin Bet’s incoming leader Ronen Bar. (Credit: SHIN BET)

On October 17, the Justice for Palestine group referred to the leak of the identity and personal information of the head of Shin Bet, Ronen Bar, before the Israeli authorities revealed his name, saying that it would leak even more information.

The leaked information about Bar included identification numbers, dates of birth and photos of his family, his home address and his phone number.

The group also leaked similar information about current Mossad chief David Barnea, former Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi, IDF Military Intelligence Directorate chief Aharon Haliva. , and the Commander of the Israeli Air Force, Amikam Norkin.

It is not clear how the information was obtained and if all the information released by the group is accurate. A search in a reverse phone number lookup app showed that some of the posted phone numbers matched the names they supposedly belonged to.

It is also unclear if the group is entirely Iranian, although the group’s messages are posted in Persian. The Fars news agency published a report on the group on Monday.

Last month, a group of hackers called Moses Staff claimed that it had successfully carried out a cyberattack against the Israeli Defense Ministry, releasing files and photos that it claims to have obtained from the ministry’s servers.

Moses’ staff claimed in the announcement to have access to confidential documents, including reports, operational maps, information on soldiers and units, and letters and correspondence. “We are going to publish this information conscientiously [sic] everyone about the crimes of the Israeli authorities, ”the group warned.

The leaked files included photos of Gantz and IDF soldiers and a 2010 letter from Gantz to the deputy chief of the joint staff and intelligence chief of the Jordanian Armed Forces. The leaked files also included Excel files that allegedly contained the soldiers’ names, identification numbers, emails, addresses, phone numbers, and even socioeconomic status. mechina pre-military students and people linked to the Ministry of Defense.

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