Jewish Activists place Israeli flag, Kahane images on pro-Palestinian Terrorist Web sites

From Ha'aretz:

Jewish activists on Thursday hacked into three Web sites associated with the Israeli Arab and Palestinan causes, and embedded on their pages an image of the Israeli flag, the words to the Israeli national anthem and the Kahane symbol.

They hacked into the Web site of the Israeli Arab Balad party;, an Arabic-language site; and, which is written in Hebrew. Both sites represent the Israeli Arab and "Palestinian" cause.

In addition to the flag and the words of "Hatikva," the Jewish activists embedded the symbol of the Kach movement, founded by Rabbi Meir Kahane. The symbol appeared with the words "Kahane was right."

Pictures were also embedded on the sites showing Palestinian children strapped with explosives under the words "murderers from birth."

In a statement also printed on the site, they wrote, "This site was hacked into due to its blatantly anti-Zionist contents. Israel is not interested in people like you who are burdens on the process of proper decision-making in the government. If you oppose what you call the 'Israeli occupation' then there's no place for you here."

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