Muslim Hackers Post Anti Christian Messages On School Website

From Express:
Turkish hacking group Ayyildiz Tim are said to be anti-Christian, anti-Israel and strongly anti-American.

But they managed to bypass web security at North Mundham Primary School near Chichester, West Sussex, over the weekend, writing pro-Turkish slogans and warning readers: "Allah will not know the fear of the prophet”.

Dozens of parents apparently contacted Sussex Police about the bizarre hack. It is not known why the school was targeted.

A police spokesman tried to calm parents' fears by posting on Facebook, telling them there was no specific threat and not to keep their children off school.

It read: "Sussex Police have received numerous reports of the website of North Mundham primary school in Chichester being 'hacked'.

"The images and general content of the hacked site have caused concern among parents about the safety of their children at school.

"Sussex Police would like to reassure both parents and staff alike that initial investigations have not identified a specific threat in relation to this activity.

"The nature of the hack would appear to be largely malicious in nature and Sussex Police have not received any credible or specific intelligence that would lead us to recommend children are kept away from school.

"This will be kept under constant review into Monday 24th April, and any chance in circumstances will be communicated.

"Sussex Police will continue to investigate and will liaise with the school in the morning, deploying reassurance patrols should this be deemed necessary." North Mundham is a small parish two miles south of Chichester. The school has 214 pupils on its roll.

According to Google Translate, text written in Turkish on the site reads as follows: "Allah will not know the fear of the prophet.

"The revenge is delayed but never resurrected. Become a friend to Turk, do not become an enemy.

"Persecution is the time to visit every nation. Being Turk is hard. Fight with the world."

The school's normal website was turned blank, with just the Turkish text and a message reading "HELLO ADMIN SYSTEM HACKED."

In 2013, Ayyildiz Tim hacked the website of the the United Nations Country Team in Ethiopia, defacing it with a black jihadi flag and a message claiming the hack was in retaliation for cyber attacks against Turkey and Islam.

The group claim to be the first Turkish cyber army and use imagery associated with jihadi ideology.

Part of the message left on the UN website's page included the warning: "Turks has no patience anymore."

Other websites have been attacked in a similar manner including Kenya's Ministry of Transport, and the Facebook page of the Kurdish LGBT group Hebun.

The group left a message on the Kenyan website reading: "All the muslims are together.

"The CYBER-WAR will be appeared all the Countries which not respecting Islam.

"Ayyildiz promises that they will visit your areas too."

Even a film website became a target in September 2014. Sony's Provident Films alerted producers after the website for the film Saving Christmas was hacked with pro-Islamic slogans.

A member of the production team said the attack was "fairly sophisticated”.

Visitors were automatically forwarded to Ayyildiz Tim's Twitter page after hearing music and a loud gunshot.

The Saving Christmas team consulted a translator who said text on the site read: "The Turkish spirit will shine again and the use of weapons will emerge in the nation's history as this hero will shine again."

The translator said that the "hero" invoked in the text is likely Saladin, the Muslim sultan of Egypt, Syria, Yemen and Palestine who fought against Christian Crusaders in the 12th century.

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