As previously reported, right after the announcement by western mainstream media of Gaddafi’s death, number of websites were hacked.
On of them is Algeria-ISP. It even published an article saying “We’ve been hacked”. This article was published for the public to believe that everything was back to normal. But it seems to me, and to many others, that the website is not back under its genuine owners control. Indeed, news being published are mere copies of western media reports. Which doesn’t match with the type of information this website used to provide.
I don’t know who hacked it. But those who did are clearly trying to mislead the readers.
Algeria ISP is a website that’s been providing first hand information from Libya since day 1. Therefore, hacking it is the best way to cut off the resistance from spreading its messages.
The question everyone should be asking is, why did “they” (we don’t know who they are, even though we can easily figure it out) hacked so many websites right after declaring that Gaddafi had been captured and killed ?… While mainstream media keep playing images of Gaddafi’s capture and videos showing rebels dancing and taking pictures around its corpse, resistance communication means have been cut. Isn’t that another way of implementing Nato’s usual psychological warfare by spreading its lies and silencing resistance voice ? If our analysis is right, that would mean that Gaddafi’s dead is a hoax.
Let’s wait until more information is available.