REDHACK Team recently hacked Turkey’s Directorate of Religious Affairs website, on the 20th anniversary of the Sivas massacre, they tweeted about this hack.
“This is an answer to those who dine for Ramadan at five-star hotels but burn people at three-star ones,” the group tweeted at midnight last night, in reference to the arson attack in which 33 mostly Aleviintellectuals and two hotel workers were killed on July 2, 1993.
“The Justice and Development Party [AKP] triggerman the Religious Affairs Directorate cannot represent Muslims,”
REDHACK group also released usernames and passwords for the website by which anyone can enter into the admin area and can create news headlines.
One of the added sections read, “Forgive me, Religious Affairs, I entered wearing shoes,” in reference to the Dolmabahçe Mosque incident, in which Gezi Park protesters took shelter in a historical mosque to avoid tear gas and police interventions. Since the incident, the sheltering protesters were targeted by the prime minister for wearing shoes in the mosque, as well as for consuming alcohol – a claim that has been repeatedly denied by the mosque’s muezzin.
On June 12 Redhack also hacked the Police Department Website of Ankara (Capital of Turkey) and from the start of the #OpTurkey, REDHACK plays a main role also in the hacks against Turkish Govt., you can see the list of damage under #OpTurkey