Muslim Respect for Religion Continues With Hack of Chief Rabbinate Website

"In the name of Allah, the Lord of the mujahadeen and martyrs. A message for all Jewses, your safety and security are linked to the safety of Palestinian captives whose on hunger strike."

If only there was some sort of law that criminalized hacking websites.

The Israeli Chief Rabbinate website was hacked and replaced with a threatening message on behalf of Muslim terrorists. The message reads,

"In the name of Allah, the Lord of the mujahadeen and martyrs. A message for all Jewses, your safety and security are linked to the safety of Palestinian captives whose on hunger strike."

Allah may be the lord of the suicide bombers and Jihadists, but he clearly is not the lord of those who know how to spell. Still the message has a point. The safety and security of Jews is indeed linked to keeping the terrorists locked up and away from their usual guns and bombs. And in any case, like all Muslims achievements, the hack has already been undone.

Muslims have complained incessantly about a lack of respect for religion and just this week they burned down a church, bombed another church, burned a Christian bible and hacked the website of the chief religious authority in Israel.

 

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