A Moroccan hacker group is waging cyberwarfare against Spain and other infidel nations. Many thanks to our Spanish correspondent Hermes for translating this report from yesterday’s El Confidencial Digital:
Moroccan hackers declare cyberwar on Spain: They have carried out 150 attacks already. They say: “We will be your nightmare, we will finish off your weak economy”
They call themselves “Moroccan ghosts”, and they have already attacked 150 webpages of Spanish enterprises, leaving messages on them in favor of the (Moroccan) Sahara and the king of Morocco, threats of “sinking” the Spanish economy and images of the Spanish flag in flames.
One of the messages they left on a website was: “Long live the Moroccan Sahara, may the Moroccan king live forever. You must know that we will not allow you to touch our home. We are here to defend our land, and the Sahara will be forever Moroccan. We will remain strong and united against anybody intending to harm our country.”
This group is beginning to be known throughout the world because of their massive attacks against webpages in the USA, South Africa, France and Israel, which are the countries most affected by their actions.
They attacked a large number of webpages in Spain this week. Among those affected are medical societies, business associations, foundations, airlines, foreign consulates and service networks.
“The civil guard is the only one to blame for the death of seven Moroccan immigrants in the Canary Islands […],” they said in one of their latest attacks after an incident happened between a civil guard sea patrol unit and a boat with immigrants on board, and in which seven of them died.
In other messages, this group shows even more aggression by making known their purpose of “destroying your weak economy.”
“You have always thought that our silence regarding your continuous mortal mistakes towards the Kingdom of Morocco and its great people was due to fear […] from the Islamic Al Andalus through the occupation of Ceuta and Melilla, the Canary Islands and the Perejil islet, to your unacceptable and barefaced intrusiveness in the Moroccan Sahara […] humiliations to Moroccan nationals in Spain and its borders, nor have poor immigrants been spared your atrocities.”
“You are nothing but criminals. We hereby say: we are the descendants of the heroes of the Arab and Islamic nation […] we will be your worst nightmare. We will destroy your weak economy by attacking your vital points,” they said recently in one of their attacks.
The message also included an illustration depicting two military-looking men carrying a flag with Arabic inscriptions on it and walking on a burning Spanish flag. A city in flames is also depicted in the background of the picture.
According to declarations made by the alleged leader of this group of hackers in an interview, the group was founded in 2012 and it was developed by young Moroccan computer specialist. Their goal is to “protect the country from its enemies and defend King Mohammed VI.”
They affirm that they have “no fear of being detained” by the Moroccan police, because they consider that they are defending the country, and they guarantee that if the Moroccan government asked them to, they “would end their attacks.”