The Tawhid site linked to Al Qaeda which hosted the video of ken Bigley pleading for his life last week has been hacked by a group calling themselves
Hackers have attacked a website of an al Qaeda-linked group that beheaded two US hostages in Iraq, rerouting visitors to a page showing a penguin
toting a machine-gun and warning against hosting such sites.
"Host them and your next!" was the message left on the site by the hackers, calling themselves TeAmZ USA, who have already attacked several Islamist
and pro-al Qaeda Web sites.
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I'm not sure that hacking into their sites is a good thing or not. If terrorists cannot broadcast their gruesome beheadings that is good, but on the
other hand this might just infuriate them more.
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