And the BBC, ever fastidious about not calling attention to acts of Islamic supremacism and jihad, calls them "religious hackers." "France Euromillions site hit by religious hackers," from the BBC, October 28 (thanks to Alan of England):
The French site of the Euromillions lottery has been hacked, with the homepage replaced by a passage from the Koran condemning gambling.
The hackers, calling themselves "Moroccanghosts", posted the message in Arabic and French.
The Koranic verses call games of chance and alcohol "works of the devil" intended to turn people away from God.
The Francaise des Jeux (FDJ) company, which runs Euromillions in France, said its other games were not affected.
The message appeared on the site late on Sunday morning, according to French media reports....