According to a report of PressTV, Anonymous has carried out a series of Cyber attacks on the Turkish Govt. Websites in retaliation for the harsh police crackdown on protests in Istanbul.Public access was denied to the websites of Turkish President Abdullah Gul, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), Istanbul Directorate of Security and Istanbul Governor’s Office early on Monday.


Media Websites which were not able to Cover the Event, their websites also under Anonymous Cyber attacks.



How the Turkey protest started:

On Sunday evening, thousands of Turkish protesters returned to Istanbul’s Taksim Square, and said their fight against the policies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s administration was far from over.

>> Thousands of people also surrounded Erdogan’s office in Istanbul’s Besiktas municipality, located on the European shore of the strait of Bosphorus, and clashed with police, who used tear gas and water cannon to disperse the demonstrators.

On June 1, about 5,000 protesters gathered near Erdogan’s office and threw stones at the building, injuring at least seven policemen.

Earlier in the day, 100,000 demonstrators gathered in Taksim Square, demanding that Erdogan step down. The protesters termed the government “fascist.” <<

Anonymous also started their tweetstorm from the starting day of the protest, which contain hashtags #OcuppyGezi, #OpTurkey, #OccupyTurkey and they are also reporting time to time about what is going on there , looks like Anonymous is Media Now, as you can see a tweet from Anonymous about Turkey:

#OccupyGezi solidarity demo at Turkish Embassy in Cypru. #direngezi #direnankara

— Anonymous (@YourAnonNews) June 3, 2013

Protest of People in Turkey and Tweetstorm of Anonymous still happening and to stop leakage of the news, Turkey govt. also switched off the web services.
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