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Turkish Hackers Take Over Twitter Account of Ex-Netanyahu Aide Dore Gold

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byBreitbart Jerusalem21 Jan 20180

The Times of Israel reports: A Turkish hacking group on Saturday took over the Twitter account of Dore Gold, who has served in the past in various official capacities, including as an adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as ambassador to the United Nations and as the director-general of the Foreign Ministry.

In a tweet on Gold’s account, a group calling itself the “Turkish cyber army Ayyıldız Tim” claimed credit for the hacking attack. “The Turks will never forget, neither what is done nor what is evil,” the group wrote.

“Jerusalem can not be the capital of Israel! Because Jerusalem is holy to Muslims and is the land of Palestine,” the group wrote in a separate tweet, referring to US President Donald Trump’s December 6 recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

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