Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Islamic Jihad releases personal, confidential info on Israel forces.

Islamic Jihad releases personal, confidential info on Israel forces.
(PIC) Israeli troopers gather next to their armored bulldozers stationed on the border of the Gaza Strip on November 17, 2012.

The Palestinian group Islamic Jihad has released seven documents, containing personal and confidential information about more than 100 Israeli troopers, a report says.

The documents have been released by Palestinian media outlets, Ynetnews, the website for the Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth, reported on Monday.

The revelation came a day after the Israeli military declared that the Islamic Jihad had sent text messages to thousands of reserve troopers during Operation Pillar of Defense against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip from November 14 to 21.

The information includes names, telephone numbers, addresses, emails, and rankings even within the Israeli intelligence division.
The Islamic Jihad says the documents are quite valid and have been collected in 2012.

An Israeli trooper, information about whom has been revealed, said the information is accurate, adding that collection of such information seems not to be much difficult through the Internet.

However, another trooper, who is in the list of the 100 Israelis, said, "I've met with a number of Islamic Jihad men during my Army service, but I never disclosed my personal details to them.”

"I don't even have a Facebook account or anything else that could have helped them reach me. It's very bizarre," he noted.

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