Jordanian hacks Facebook Zionist support group

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AMMAN — Jordanian, Ahmad Saleh, on Saturday hacked “Jerusalem Prayer Team,” a Zionist support group on Facebook, which had allegedly garnered almost 76 million likes.اضافة اعلان

“I received word that Facebook had created a page in support of Zionists and had (falsely) given 76 million likes to the page. You may have not even viewed the page but could still find that you or a friend had liked it,” Saleh told Al Ghad.

“I hacked the page because it did not reflect the (real) image of Zionism, and to stand under His Majesty’s firm stance on Al-Aqsa Mosque, Muslim holy sites in Palestine, and Hashemite Custodianship. The page was created to glamorize the public image of Zionism and mask its crimes,” Saleh explained. 

He noted that the page had later been shut down due to its “official support to the Zionist entity and for breaching the privacy of Facebook users by adding their likes to the page without notifying them.”

He added that the social media platform used external applications, which had been granted access to user accounts and managed to like the page on their behalf.

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