Opposition Groups abroad to Use Email Addresses of Some Official Institutions in Syria and Send Fake Emails

DAMASCUS, (SANA) – Some sources informed the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) that the opposition groups abroad will use the email addresses of a number of official institutions in Syria, including SANA, to address ministries and important figures.

The sources added that the opposition groups will send fake emails through these email addresses, particularly SANA email: sanagm@sana.sy .

SANA website was exposed to foreign electronic attack in an attempt to hack and prevent the daily Syrian, Arab and foreign visitors from browsing it. All hacking attempts have been failed.

In the same context, undefined sides have stolen SANA Logo and designed an English-Arabic announcement containing instigative calls and published it via e-mail.

On June, 27th , an armed terrorist group attacked the HQ of Syrian News TV Channel Al-Ikhbariya, destroyed the building and stole its equipment before detonating it.

R. Raslan/ 

 

 

 

Stopping Broadcast of Addounia TV on Arabsat & Nilesat Preparatory Step to Launch Misinformation Campaign

DAMASCUS, (SANA) – The administrations of Arabsat and Nilesat on Thursday stopped the broadcast of Addounia TV Channel in line with the misleading campaign launched against Syria.

Ministry of Information said that stopping broadcast of Addounia TV is a preparatory step to launch a campaign of false news and photos by instigative channels.

Meanwhile, Twitter social networking website published misleading news on tactical withdrawal of the Syrian army as part of the same campaign.

The Ministry stressed that the Syrian armed forces are continuing their operations to eliminate terrorists.

“We want to assure our people that the government and the Syrian armed forces are ready for such step,” said that Ministry, adding that what these satellite channels broadcast and will broadcast is “completely untrue”.

You can watch the live broadcast of Addounia TV on the following frequency: Satellite: Nilesat / Frequency: 10921 / Polarization: Vertical.

By R. Raslan / Ghossoun