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How pathetic: On the Pak Falcons

The Pak Falcons have hacked into the Facebook and Youtube account of a Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain member and have been threatening our members. Nothing new there – they are Islamists after all. they have even changed their voice and refuse to show their faces because that is just how ‘brave’ they are.

Below is the pathetic video they left on the account that they hacked. In case you’re wondering it’s not freedom of speech that they are against – just speech against Islam, Sharia, Mohammad, the burka and on and on.

Err Pak Falcons, I don’t think you quite understand how this works. Freedom of speech means we can speak about anything including Islam, Mohammad and Sharia. You say you won’t tolerate it; well, tough. Because we will keep on talking and mobilising and opposing the barbarism that you defend.

Comments

  1. says

    A bunch of sad young men looking for purpose in life and finding it in all the worst places. Imagine if they put all this energy into something constructive, like helping humankind.

  2. Snapp says

    Chomsky put it best:

    Goebbels was in favor of free speech for views he liked. So was Stalin. If you’re really in favor of free speech, then you’re in favor of freedom of speech for precisely for views you despise. Otherwise, you’re not in favor of free speech.

    These people should at least acknowledge that are are not, in fact, in favour of free speech.

    • says

      Hell! Lets start our own Ex-Muslim here in Canada! For people like me as millions I know in Iran or else where is just stand in front of these d..k head and say you are ex-Muslim and just watch and see they can do nothing about it and have to come up and change their voice and threaten you in any ways possible! I am so damn thirsty for such a occasions. We have been so late to start one in Canada. We want more those kind of Pak hacker too! Not fair!
      Mehran Mahbobi

  3. Brownfrown says

    The way they do it is not by any sophisticated methods, but by simply trying to reset the password by answering questions and using other security weaknesses and public information about you and your account. Make sure they don’t know your email address/login username/phone number and add a layer more of security like having any unusual login locations verified by a code sent to your mobile.
    At best, they use phishing. These guys are really weaksauce. Giving them so much attention is only going to play to their puny egos.

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