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Anonymous hackers target website of Press Club of India

The website of Press Club of India was targeted by hackers on Thursday. Hackers flooded the site with derogatory memes on PM Narendra Modi and offensive statements against him. This incident follows the hacking of Pakistan People’s Party on Wednesday where anonymous hackers posted against Bilawal Bhutto.

The website was left with the following message: "Our Target is your Government's Websites ... We will Inshalaah with The help of Many Muslim Hackers Take You Off From The Internet. Your Credit Cards, Your Bank’s Account, Your Servers…Are In Danger! We Never Forget what You Do Against the Humanity…  In Jammu and Kashmir Millions Of People Were Dead... Pakistan's Muslims Are Killed In The Force's Attacks... Indian Forces Destroyed Kashmir's Families ...Killed Innocent Childrens ... But No One Cares !!!!," ”

Below is the screenshot of the message left:

The message ends in a challenge “You Want To Stop Us !! But Let me guess ! Can a Men Catch a Shadow ?!."

Hackers also left individual messages as follows:

Dear Admin : We Just Want To Publish Our Message !
Dear Citizen : Muslims Are Not Terrorist !
Dear President : You Can Use Your Guns .... But You Will One Day Stop ... Not Because You Wouldn't But Because You Couldn't Anymore :)
We are Holders mask Hidden ! We are Muslims --> Forever ! 

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