Egypt's constitutional court website hacked

Hackers have posted the Rabia sign and scenes of the trial of deposed president Mohamed Morsi on the court website.

Egypt's constitutional court website hacked

World Bulletin / News Desk

The website of Egypt's constitutional court was hacked on Tuesday by hackers, who posted a salute that marks the memory of anti-coup protesters fallen in Rabia al-Adawiya Square in mid-August.

The hackers posted the Rabia sign and scenes of the trial of deposed president Mohamed Morsi on the court website. A funny photo of interim President Adly Mansour, who was installed by the military following Morsi's ouster four months ago, was also posted on the website.

The Rabia sign - meaning four or the fourth in Arabic - has become the sign of pro-Morsi sit-in camps which were brutally dispersed on August 14. Hundreds of protesters were killed in the brutal crackdown.

Morsi and seven other defendants appeared in court Monday to answer charges that they had incited the murder of demonstrators outside Cairo's Ittihadiya presidential palace late last year.

The court session was Morsi's first public appearance since his ouster on July 3 by the  military following mass protests against his presidency.

Last Mod: 06 Kasım 2013, 10:12
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