A new and innovative form of dissent has emerged in response to the
Israeli occupation of Palestine. Dubbed "electronic jihad", this
approach has seen organized groups of Palestinian hackers make
international headlines by breaching the security of such sites as
the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, AVG, Avira, Whatsapp, and BitDefender.
Though initially confined to small clandestine groups, "hacktivism"
is now increasingly being adopted by militant Palestinian parties,
including Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, who have gone so far
as to incorporate hackers into their armed brigades. Digital Jihad
is the first book to explore this rapidly evolving and still little
understood aspect of the Palestinian resistance movement. Drawing
on extensive interviews with hackers and other activists, it
provides a unique and fascinating new perspective on the
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