Israel denies hackers’ voter registry breach claim
Officials of Israel poll have cancelled the claim by hackers that they had broken into the database of Israeli voters just before the Parliamentary elections tomorrow. Israel will go to the polls on 10th April to elect the “Knesset”, or “Parliament”. Hackers have claimed they had stolen information on millions of Israelis after breaking into the voter registry. But the country’s Central Elections Committee said they had no evidence of a hack. Political parties must pass an electoral threshold of 3.25 percent to gain a Knesset seat.