Hacktivists Hack Syrian Parlament Website

29 Apr, 2011

As the syrian revolution grow, and the number of people killed by the security forces of the regime in Syria grow activists are resorting to new methods tho show solidarity with the cities that revolted against the regime of Bashar Al Asad.

Syrian Parliament website has been hacked by those hacktivists, the site now displays a banner that says: “friday of anger: no promises with martyrs blood, for Dara, the prophet peace be upon him said: ” give the good news to the killer that he will be killed even after a while” . also what is wrote: the blood of the martyrs will be chains of hellfire rocks around your necks in the day of judgment by the well of God.” Hackers also left a video that shows footage of the recent events in Syria.

Many observers discredit Syrian parliament as truly representing the people in Syria.

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  1. سوريا  |  April 30th, 2011 at 12:38 PM #

    May God be with them. Insha’allah the best for all.

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