Women’s Resource Centre website hacked by Islamic terrorism supporters
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Women’s Resource Centre website hacked by Islamic terrorism supporters

30 Jan 2015 | Governance | Alice Sharman

The website of the Women’s Resource Centre has been hacked by a pro-Isis group and its homepage replaced with the message “I love isis and Jihad”.

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