Bloc Québécois website hacked, replaced with Islamist message

A message posted by a group calling itself the United Islamic Cyber Force appeared on the Bloc Québécois website Monday morning. (Screen grab)

The website of the Bloc Québécois party was hacked sometime Monday morning and taken over by a group calling itself the United Islamic Cyber Force.

Instead of the party’s usual page, readers were greeted with a black page and red lettering across the centre with the group’s name and a prophecy, or hadith, that describes Islam conquering various lands to bring about the Day of Judgment.

No reason is given for the attack on the page.

A spokesperson for the Bloc also says the party received no warning or reason for why it may have been targeted…

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