TNW: pro-Assad hackers take over Al-Jazeera homepage

TNW: pro-Assad hackers take over Al-Jazeera homepage

PanARMENIAN.Net - Hackers, who appear to be pro-Assad, the current embattled President of Syria, have taken over the Al-Jazeera homepage, using it as a billboard to protest the news organization’s coverage, The Next Web says.

“In response to your position against Syria (it’s people and its government) and your support of armed terrorists, and publishing false news…this is our response to you,” the message allegedly says.

The Al Jazeera site is not hacked for all, TNW says. “We have reports of it simply being down for some, and up, in its normal format for others,” it says.

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