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[liberationtech] Yemeni activist cyberattacked by Houthis needs help getting back into account

Maria Al-Masani malmasani at gmail.com
Sun Oct 4 23:40:50 PDT 2015


Hi I'm Maria Al-Masani of a group of South and Central Yemeni twitter
activists www.happyyemens.org

Houthis have been trying to take down our accounts when we discovered the
same people lying about Yemen have been lying for Hamas and Bashar Assad.
Saudi has been helping our anti Houthi rebels in taiz, and shut down.

They tried to shut down @Taiznewsyemen1 and attacked the debuking site
www.thomaswictor.com http://www.thomaswictor.com/category/yemen/ which
finally is back on.

Twitter blocked me out of my account suddenly for "unusual activity"
@al_masani was reported as closed. The other two reporting on Taiz (my town
under Houthi fire) - Thomas Wictor and Taiz News went back on.

Twitter asked me to get my phone or email. I sadly had forgotten to update
my email, so the email is no longer valid but the phone attached works. It
asked me to type my phone associated with the account. I received a phone
code. I wanted to type it, but it said that there were too many attempts to
enter a phone code and I didn't even have a chance to enter my phone code.
I did this several times with the same answer and I did not request a phone
code

https://twitter.com/RadioVictory1/status/650907894301356032

<https://twitter.com/RadioVictory1/status/650907894301356032>

How do I get my account back if I can't type the code on my phone in, the
screen won't let me and says it was attempted too many times.

Thank you so much.

Sincerely,
Maria Al-Masani
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