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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  • How could they tell?

    • Frau Katze

      Graphics are a bit primitive, no? Clearly they don’t work for ISIS.

  • FactsWillOut

    This will help with all the mosque approvals.

    I guess Quebec will wait until TROC is under Sharia, and then separate.

    • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

      And if this ever gets brought up in the conversation of a mosque approval the Muslims will just claim someone else hacked the website.

      Spoiler Alert:
      They’ll blame the Jooooos!

  • cmh

    i thought isis was a wing of the bloc

  • Edubeat

    They deserve each other other… both orgaizations are about as credible as the pequistes

  • john700

    What upset BQ supporters more was the fact that the posting was not in French.

  • winniec

    Did they ever antagonize the wrong group. The French Canadians didn’t like Islam before this, but this will confirm them in their rejection of it.

    • canminuteman

      That’s what I was thinking. BQ supporters aren’t exactly over the moon about being overrun by aliens in the first place. And they have shown in the past that they are not afraid to use violence if they feel the need.

  • Canadian

    Couldn`t happen to a nicer bunch!

  • BillyHW

    La diversité est notre force.