The online hacktivist group ‘Moroccan Islamic Union-Mail’ (MIUM) have hacked and defaced the official website of Republic of Angola Embassy in Abu Dhabi – U.A.E against alleged decision from the government of Angola to ban religion of Islam and shutdown all the mosques in the country.

Moroccan Islamic Union-Mail left a deface page along with a message on the hacked Angolan Embassy website. The deface message urges the government of Angola to reverse its position and stop suppressing Islam and Muslims. According to the message:

#OpAngola Embassy of Angola In Abu Dahbi UAE Hacked by Moroccan Islamic Union-Mail

 

Message to the Angolan Government Forbidding practice the Islamic religion to yourselves you opened this war will not going to be able by us for you stupidity forgotten that one of the most recognized people on earth love of religion and most people in defense of their religion altitude and today this is just the beginning of electronic war against you now begun to expand your positions As for the freedom of our actions Islam does not fear it, this debt will evolve to ensure protection of the law of God and Islam will be victorious, and you Valandhar your fate is a Waiting for you, God willing!

Moroccan hackers are furious as earlier Moroccan Ghosts had hacked the official website of Embassy of Angola in Spain over the reports on different media organs and social networks that Angolan government has ban the religion of Islam following with shutting down the mosques throughout the country.

It is unclear if the government of Angola has really put ban on Muslims from practicing their faith, as according to Africa’s famous news portal AllAfrica has reported that Angolan government Friday denied categorically the report alleging that it had adopted measures to ban Islam and destroyed mosques, as reported by various media organs and social networks.

 At the time of publishing this article, the website of Republic of Angola Embassy in Abu Dhabi – U.A.E was hacked and displaying deface page left by the hackers.


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Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.