Hamas sets ‘honey traps’ to hack Israeli soldiers’ phones: army

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TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Using photos of young women and Hebrew slang, the Palestinian militant group Hamas chatted up dozens of Israeli soldiers online, gaining control of their phone cameras and microphones, the military said on Wednesday.