The website of Ennahda, Tunisia’s largest political party, was hacked this morning by a Tunisian group claiming affiliation with the international cyber activist collective, Anonymous.
The hacktivists wrote a message on www.nahdha.org saying that the party has done nothing for the Tunisian people so far, and called it to leave. “As long as there is no justice, there will be no peace, Nahdha This is you our message to you! Degage (leave)! Your time is over! You have done nothing to the Tunisian people! out Now!,” they wrote.
According to one anonymous administrator of the hacktivist group, the Ennahda party has done nothing for Tunisia or the Tunisian revolution, “except bringing Ghoneim,” a controversial Islamist cleric from Egypt who came to speak in Tunisia. “Ennahda did not do anything at all. Where are the 400,000 jobs? Where are the killers and snipers? Where are all the election promises?,” he asked.
The administrator also claimed that the moderate Islamist party did not take any actions against the salafist attacks. “Where is the guy who dropped the Tunisian flag at Manouba university? We wont stop! as they do not do justice,” he threatened.
The representative also declared that secret archives of Ennahda will be published soon if Ennahda do not fulfill its promises. “We have access to their secret files and we will publish them when the right moment comes,” he declared.
Ennahda has said that the hacked site is not their official site, which can be found at www.ennahdha.tn.
The Ennahda party claimed victory in Tunisia’s elections, the first vote in the country following the popular uprisings of the Arab Spring.