Twitterati Morons Blame Islamic Deathfest on Qur’an Burning Pastor

April 2, 2011

The brain-dead are up in arms again – and we’re not talking about Qur’an burning pastor Terry Jones:
The kind of simple-minded, ‘me-too’ mentality that feels the need to post on Twitter’s ‘trending topics’ meme-of-the-moment timelines has gleefully rounded on Terry Jones, the US Pastor, who leads the fundamentalist Dove World Outreach Center in Florida – who finally delivered on his promise to publicly burn a Qur’an in protest at the undeniable fact that:

“…….parts of the Koran, if taken literally, do lead to violence and terrorist activities, do promote racism or prejudice against minorities, against Christians, against women,” he said shortly after the Koran burning.

Using Jones’ protest as their cue – and incensed by the usual whipping-up of violent fervour by Islamic clerics, Muslims in Afghanistan went on the rampage in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan. A total of fourteen people were killed, including some of the protesters themselves, three UN workers and four Nepalese guards.
Here’s a sample of some of the comments posted:

You can see the rest on Twitter.

read more via undhimmi.com

Twitter hacked by Iranian Cyber Army; signs off with poem to Khamenei / The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com

December 19, 2009

a few things come to mind. how likely are these guys associated to Robert Scoble? it is my guess that they are not working for the Iranian government. if anything this hurts Iran’s reputation.

Twitter was hacked by the ‘Iranian Cyber Army,’ an unknown group. Though its website indicated no links with Iran authorities, a Farsi poem on its page suggests that those who were behind the message could have been loyalists to Iran’s Islamic system of rule.

via csmonitor.com

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“The green flag on the “Cyber Army” page shows the words “Ya Hossein,” with lettering at the top which reads “Hezbollah [Party of God] is victorious.””




Twitter hacked by Iranian Cyber Army; signs off with poem to Khamenei / The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com

December 19, 2009

a few things come to mind. how likely are these guys associated to Robert Scoble? it is my guess that they are not working for the Iranian government. if anything this hurts Iran’s reputation.Twitter was hacked by the ‘Iranian Cyber Army,’ an unknown group. Though its website indicated no links with Iran authorities, a Farsi poem on its page suggests that those who were behind the message could have been loyalists to Iran’s Islamic system of rule.
via csmonitor.com

Posted via web from noahdavidsimon’s posterous
“The green flag on the “Cyber Army” page shows the words “Ya Hossein,” with lettering at the top which reads “Hezbollah [Party of God] is victorious.””