By Theodore Shoebat
Turkish hackers hacked the official Vatican website and actually managed to shut it down. The hacking was done as an act of revenge against Pope Francis for his exposing of the Armenian Genocide. I did a whole video on this:
According to one report:
The hacker said that the Pope’s comments were “unacceptable” for a respected religious figurehead. “Taking sides and calling what happened with the Armenians genocide is not true […] We want Pope [Francis] to apologise for his words or we will make sure the website remains offline,” he added.
The site was restored within a number of hours, however according to the apparent perpetrator the main server remained offline.
Turkish hacking groups are not the only community looking to target the Vatican over the Pope’s recent comments. Both the Turkish and Armenian government have even expressed their upset. Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu argued that the statement was “out of touch with both historical facts and legal basis.”
“Religious offices are not places through which hatred and animosity are fuelled by unfounded allegations,” he added.
Whats interesting is how Turkey has reacted so differently when the Pope speaks about the Armenian Genocide. Obama and numerous other politicians have spoken about the Armenian Genocide, and yet not with the reaction that Turkey is expressing with the Pope. There is a diabolical scheme involved, and it looks as though that Turkey is desiring to engulf the spiritual head of Western Christendom.