AnonGhost hacktivist fund charities with stolen Israeli credit cards

AnonGhost Prp-Palestine hacktivist group is using hacked Israeli credit cards to fund Palestinian charities, according to the group's leader.

The group AnonGhost, reportedly gained access to credit card credentials after hacking into dozens of Israeli shopping websites. Mauritania Attacker, AnonGhost's founder, told the Daily Dot that the group had paid out roughly $18,000 to an unspecified number of Palestinian charities using stolen cards on Tuesday.

"We hope that we will make Israel lose money and as much possible," the hacker said.

Evidence of the fraud was posted online by AnonGhost in the form of screenshots, which purportedly show thousands of dollars being transferred to "Keeping the Children of Gaza Alive," an apparent Palestinian fundraising campaign that accepts donations on the website FundRazr. 
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