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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Israeli hackers target Ahmadinejad's site

JERUSALEM, Aug. 15 (UPI) -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's new personal Web site has come under attack by Israeli hackers intent on crashing it, Ynetnews reports.

The ahmadinejad.ir site was announced Sunday and allows Internet users to post comments and questions for the president in Farsi, Arabic, English or French.

But by Monday afternoon, Israeli bloggers claimed they had organized an effort by thousands of Israelis to enter the site simultaneously, causing it to crash, Ynet said.

The site was down for several hours late Monday but UPI found it functional early Tuesday morning.

Ahmadinejad has posted his biography on the site, along with anti-Israeli and anti-U.S. statements and allegations.

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