Al Jazeera Blames UnKnown Parties Of Hacking its WorldCup Feed Yesterday, Hints on NileSat

12 Jun, 2010

Yesterday the first half of the opening game for worldcup 2010 which was transmitted by Aljazeera Sport was cut off.

Aljazeera Sport’s channel manager,Nase AL Khalfi whose channel owns  the exclusive rights to transmit worldcup 2010 matches to the Arab world blamed unknown parities of contemplating an act of sabotage and promised to track the perpetrators down.

Aljazeera sports which was transmitting on NileSat satellite asked its viewers to switch to ArabSat.

However, it seems that Aljazeera has blamed NileSat of intentionally doing the blockade  as Osama AL Shaikh Egypt’s  head of Radio and TV union accused Aljazreera of intentionally stopping the match transmission, as stated on Aljazeera news story in Arabic.

# Aljazeera Arabic.

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  1. John smith  |  June 12th, 2010 at 6:48 AM #

    Blaming other for this problem only further highlights the lack of professionality. Work to gather to fix the problem. After world cup is finished sack Nasser al khalif

  2. Gaith Saqer  |  June 13th, 2010 at 7:56 AM #

    well, remember that google with thousands of the best engineers of the world was hacked before? so stuff like this happen.

    also remember that ArabCrunch is under DDoS attack!!

  3. Abdulelah Dandachi  |  June 13th, 2010 at 11:16 AM #

    This article has far too many spelling mistakes. Perhaps more care should be taken in proof reading an article before publishing it.

  4. under the night  |  June 13th, 2010 at 3:55 PM #

    I will hack J. S. Ch.

    I will spread this new way during Africa world cup 2010

    you will see…………..

    ha ha ha ha ha

    I ‘ll name it’s ( FF Hacking ).

  5. Guardian: Al-Jazeera World Cup Broadcast Jamming Came From Jordan - ArabCrunch  |  September 30th, 2010 at 12:13 PM #

    […] the time Aljazeera was hinting at Egypt as the source of the jamming, but yesterday night british newspaper the guardian wrote that it […]

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