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Kirk Cameron: Anti-Christians Hacked My Movie Site Because They Hate Christmas

Via the A.V. Club:
As first reported by Glenn Beck’s The Blaze—easily the Variety of whatever Kirk Cameron is doing—the Saving Christmas website was taken over by Ayyildiz Tim International Force, a group that has also hacked pages run by the United Nations, before turning its attention to those who are really making a difference. The site was reportedly replaced with a banner image of a man in armor—believed to be the Muslim sultan Saladin, who fought Christian crusaders in 788 to 793 B.C. (Before Cameron)—along with Turkish text reading, “The Turkish spirit will shine again and the use of weapons will emerge in the nation’s history as this hero will shine again.” It’s also believed that Saladin will not attend Kirk Cameron’s Christmas party. Oddly enough, the Ayyildiz Tim Twitter account doesn’t actually boast about hacking Cameron’s website itself—and in fact, it only retweets The Blaze’s story about the hacking. 
You might recall that Cameron also claimed that Facebook deliberately blocked the URL of his last movie, Unstoppable. Because Christian persecution. Convenient timing again, notes the A.V. Club.

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