A hacker based out of Saudi Arabia, identified as Salman Al Anzi, claims to have hacked the private email account of Syrian president Bashar Al Assad, Saudi-based Arabic newspaper Al Madina reported.
The hacker also claimed to have hacked into several Syrian ministries, including the Ministry of Information.
According to Al Madina newspaper , the hacker submitted some demands to the Syrian regime, most importantly to stop the killings of Syrians immediately and give up power.
The hacker threatened Bashar Al Assad that he would publishing top secret information accessed from the email - such as the Iran's support for him.
The hacker is alleged to have given a deadline to President Bashar Al Assad which he has not made public.
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