Anonymous recently inserted itself into the Gaza conflict in a big way, basically telling the Israeli government that it will not, under any circumstances, shut down the internet or any means of communication in the strip.
The hacktivist group has a history of confronting governments.
Produced by Robert Libetti
UPDATE: Based on recent reports that Israeli citizens may have already lost, or can lose the internet, Anonymous members are now working on a Hebrew translation of the hacktivist internet carepackage.
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