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A group of hackers opposed to the regime in Iran targeted sign boards at Tabriz International Airport for the second time in a week with a message opposing the country’s oppressive regime.
The group, which identifies itself as Tapandegan, meaning Palpitaters, took control of signboards to show support for Iranian truckers striking against depressed wages and rising business costs:
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Attention, attention. We, Tapandegan, in another protest action, are currently taking control of the computer systems of this airport. Two weeks ago, in protest against the wastage of the Iranian people’s money and lives by (Iran’s) Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, we took control of the computer systems in Mashhad airport.
Today, by voicing our support for Iranian strikers, we are doing the same thing. Until when will this regime deprive people of their rights to have a better livelihood and economic situation?! Until when?! We will not choke off our voices. We will continue these actions. If you support us, take a photo of this and share it. #National_strike #Truckers_strike.
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According to YJC, the message was displayed on the monitors for four minutes before airport authorities regained control. Law enforcement is now trying to determine whether the attack...
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