On the occasion of the anniversary of the assassination of Iran's General Qasem Soleimani, hackers hacked the website of an Israeli newspaper called "The Jerusalem Post" in the early hours of Monday. Hackers attached a photo of the attack on Israel's undeclared nuclear program site, removing its original content from the newspaper's website. However, no group has claimed responsibility for it so far.
The photo posted on the website of the Jerusalem Post is being linked to General Qasem Soleimani of Iran's prestigious Revolutionary Guard, who was killed in a US drone strike in Iraq two years ago. A missile is shown in the picture. The image posted by the hackers shows an Iranian military attack targeting the Shimon Peres Negev nuclear research centre near the Israeli city of Dimona.
Israel's undeclared nuclear weapons program has been going on for the past several decades at the Shimon Peres Negev Nuclear Research Center. On January 3, 2020, the US killed Soleimani by attacking him with a drone near Baghdad Airport. At that time, the US had claimed that these generals of the Iranian Army were planning a terrorist attack on it. However, the US did not present any evidence related to this. Since Soleimani's death, anger about America has increased in Iran.
In 2014, Iraq's powerful Shia political groups, which formed the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Force to fight the war against ISIS, organized a rally two days ago. In which the flags of America and Israel were burnt. Along with this, slogans were raised against America. People also set fire to the picture of the US Embassy in Iraq. Also demanding that the US troops should be completely withdrawn from the country. During this, people had taken Sulemani's picture in their hands.
A Saudi-led coalition battling in Yemen accused Iranian-backed Houthi militants of seizing an Emirati-flagged ship from the Red Sea port of Hodeida earlier on Monday. The rebels, however, did not accept the incident. Also on Monday, a group overseeing the British military it had received information of a probable attack on a ship off the coast of Yemen in the Red Sea. This place is an important route for international trade. The British Army's United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations said it had received information about an attack on a ship, which may have been near the port city of Hodeida, off the coast of Yemen. The British Army did not elaborate.