The website of  AURDIP, the French academic boycott campaign,
has been attacked along with the sites of other French supporters of
Palestinian rights. The campaigns have issued this statement:

 Several websites of the Palestine solidarity movement have been
attacked by a hacker who uses the pseudonym “Ulcan” and who
has claimed responsibility on the internet for a number of these attacks.
The sites in question belong to Agence Média Palestine, UJFP
(French Jewish Union for Peace), CCIPPP (International Civic Campaign
for the Protection of the Palestinian People), AURDIP (Association of
Academics for the Respect of International Law in Palestine), the Platform
of French NGOs for Palestine, the Collective 69 in support of the Palestinian
people, and others. The attacks continue and this list is incomplete.

Moreover, we have learned in
an article dated July 27
on the website of the newspaper Le
that the same individual or group of individuals using
the same pseudonym is responsible for hacking the website of Yann Galut,
Socialist deputy for the department of the Cher. Galut is known for
his active opposition to the extreme right and called for participation
in the demonstration, held on July 23, and organized by the “National
collective for a just and lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians.”

While the Israeli army is perpetrating war crimes in Gaza, and while
the number of victims continues to grow, those who seek to bring an
end to the massacre by mobilizing public opinion, and by using the elementary
democratic rights of freedom of expression and freedom of assembly,
are coming under attack. We will not be reduced to silence, and we will
use all available legal means to identify and punish those responsible
for this crime.

  • Agence
    Média Palestine
  • Association des Universitaires pour le Respect du Droit International
    en Palestine – AURDIP 
  • Campagne Civile Internationale pour la Protection du Peuple Palestinien

  • Collectif 69
    de soutien au peuple palestinien

All the sites have been repaired and are now functioning normally.