Turkish Hackers Retaliate Against a French Newspaper’s Website for Insulting Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)

4 Nov, 2011

The website of a French weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo has been hacked the responsibility of the attack was taken by Turkish hackers in retaliation for posting insulting drawings of prophet Mohammad peace be upon him. The offices of the newspaper on question in paris was also burned down according to Aljazeera Arabic.

The newspaper that sells 60,000 issues decided in making Prophet Mohammad -PBUH- its editor in chief for its Wednesday edition to mark the winning of Al Nahda Islamic party in the Tunisian election and the statement by Libya’s interim rulers that the country would be ruled according to Islamic Sharia law.

One of the newspaper journalist said that the newspaper Facebook page will close after a massive peak of angry comments over insulting the prophet.

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