Google's primary search domain for Palestine has seemingly been hacked, with
the standard Google search interface for the region being replaced by a
political message from its hackers. From the information available so far, it
doesn't appear that Google's own servers were hacked — instead, it seems that
Google's Palestinian domain was hijacked and redirected to another server
altogether. How that was done, exactly, is unclear. One current theory is that
Google's top-level domain provider for the region was compromised, allowing
hackers to point the domain somewhere else.