Muslims try to hack Vatican website
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I got this via the Curt Jester:
 
Rome - Islamic extremists have tried to hack into the Vatican's website, Italian police said Wednesday.
The hackers' attacks began several days ago but caused no noteworthy damage, Ansa news agency reported, quoting the police.
Further details were not immediately available.
Police only said Vatican Radio's website had also been affected.
Sources in Rome said the hackers were probably targeting Pope Benedict XVI's recent controversial remarks on Islam and violence that caused a cause a furore in the Muslim world.

2006 dpa - Deutsche Presse-Agentur
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It must be a mistake - surely these peace loving Islamic folk would not do such a thing!
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#3
Maybe it was a Zionist plot to frame the good Muslims.
 
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QuisUtDeus Wrote:Maybe it was a Zionist plot to frame the good Muslims.
 

Right on, QuisUtDeus.  Besides, who could possibly expect a Muslim to be intelligent enough to carry out a hack on a major website?  Considering the past machinations of the dark-intentioned and faceless Few who are the real power behind our current events (such as 9-11,) the most likely candidate(s) would be sought elsewhere.  And even though the West is hardly Catholic any more, the Vatican remains to many a sacred cow of sorts for some reason.  Consider the psychological impact upon a large sector of the human population if the Vatican is attacked.  It's just another piece to the puzzle.
 
But people will refuse to wake up to the truth.  They continue to imbibe the rot that mainstream news sources feed us and let the Powers whip us up into a frenzy against those pathetic Muslims.
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JuliusII Wrote:It must be a mistake - surely these peace loving Islamic folk would not do such a thing!
 
It was not a hack. But rather a planned "netstrike". (1)  Nothing more then a hippie like sit-in where thousands of people access the Vatican site at the same time.
 
This form of protest is mild. It's nothing.  The real benefit is the exposure and publicity that it might get, rather then the actual problem it might cause.
 
(1) http://www.agi.it/english/news.pl?doc=200610112016-1268-RT1-CRO-0-NF51&page=0&id=agionline-eng.arab
 
Edited out my mistakes.
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