Group Leading Boycott Of Muslim Show Hacked, Threatened By ‘Anonymous’ [View all]
A little known Christian group that’s been leading a boycott of a reality television show about American Muslims saw their website hacked and defaced last night by an unknown person claiming to be part of the hacker activist group “Anonymous.”
The hacker said they had obtained all of the Florida Family Association’s (FFA) donor information, including credit card numbers, but weren’t releasing them because it would hurt members of the 99 percent.
The hacker also said that a further investigation was underway into the group’s supporters, threatening, “f i find information such as anyone being a part of other hate groups such as the Klan or anything similar all bets are off for those people.”
The FFA has come to infamy in recent weeks after home supply store Lowes decided to join their boycott, pulling advertisements from a show called “All-American Muslim,” which showcases the lives of Americans who follow Islam.