Al Mayadeen platforms hacked, news on 'Beirut Airport blast' false
Al Mayadeen Network, hacked by a party labeling itself as ISIS, denies false news on an explosion at Beirut International Airport and addresses the hacking that targeted a number of its platforms.
Al Mayadeen Network denied the false news about an explosion at Beirut International Airport on Thursday evening.
The platforms of the Al Mayadeen Network were hacked on Thursday evening, and false news was broadcast on some of its social media platforms about an explosion at Beirut International Airport.
#AlMayadeen Media Network denies the news about an alleged explosion at #Beirut airport, which was broadcasted after some of Al Mayadeen’s social accounts were hacked, and confirms that such news is unfounded. pic.twitter.com/yivZqD0wAm— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) November 17, 2022
A party attributing itself to the ISIS terrorist organization announced hacking some of the Al Mayadeen Network's platforms. However, the platforms were soon restored, and the issue was resolved.