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Hamas Hackers Take Over Israeli Domino’s Pizza Facebook Page, Hilarity Ensues

July 13, 2014 12:09 pm 38 comments

Earlier today, Hamas managed to take over a major Israeli website.

Domino’s Pizza’s Facebook page.

For an hour or so, the page looked like this:

The hackers put up statuses such as “Today will strike deep in Israel, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, Ashkelon, Ashdod more than 2000 rockets. We’ll start at 7. Counting back towards the end of Israel … Be warned!”

Responses included “Hey, please reserve a missile for me with jalapenos, green olives, extra cheese, and mushrooms. You have my address. Tell the delivery boy to activate the alarm when it is arriving, so I know to put my pants on.”

Another photo the hackers placed showed Israelis sheltering from rockets in a sewer pipe, with the caption “The right place for every Israel – the sewer pipe, hahaha!”

An Israeli answered back, “You know who lives in sewers? And what they eat?” with a cartoon of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and their favorite food – pizza.

After Domino’s took the page back, they posted this photo:

The words say “You cannot defeat….The Israeli hunger for pizza!”

There are lots of funny posters in response to the incident on the page.


  • As a dedicated jihadist, I’m torn between whether to be a suicide bomber or to hack a pizza web site. How many virgins do I get for a pizza site anyway?

  • Does Hamarse deliver to Australia? If so, I will have a meat lovers pizza with extra bacon and jalapenos.

  • Hamas sounds like a Dr. Evil sketch.

  • No Pharoah has lived to see the end of the Jewish people
    The Jewish people have loved to see the end of many,many “Pharoahs”

    I’ll have a large plain with extra irony please

    • Pablo,
      Not only the Jews (tribe of Judah), but also the other 11 tribes of Israel eg Dan, Benjamin, Ephraim, etc, they also witnessed what you say.

      Its so sad to see the deadly hostility of Hamas. They do not see that they are their own worst enemy.

      The very funny responses by the many Israelis also marks the fundamental difference between them and Hamas who I would call many of them walking dead for they have no heart.

  • Wow all you people answering a real Geniuses !!!! I laughed like never before !! thank you I loved it !!!!!

  • You accept the ceasefire i have set up or i will come in and kill you all.

  • We all meet our maker in the end.
    Why fight over the name God, Allah, Yahweh, Bigfoot, et al, when the bottom line teachings of the holy books is to supposedly be good to each other?

    /Aside from that, that was pretty funny.

    • And the maker gave us meat pizza on the 7th day, and life was good.

    • Because Allah teaches that it’s OK to experminate or enslave those who don’t believe as you do…you can’t negotiate with people who want to destroy you. Wont’ work…you simply have to apply their own means to their end.

    • not exactly-all religions are not the same

      Islam does not have a golden rule.when ‘brother’ is mentioned in islam, it means fellow muslim, not infidels,not non believers.

      Islam defines peace:

      { قَاتِلُواْ ٱلَّذِينَ لاَ يُؤْمِنُونَ بِٱللَّهِ وَلاَ بِٱلْيَوْمِ ٱلآخِرِ وَلاَ يُحَرِّمُونَ مَا حَرَّمَ ٱللَّهُ وَرَسُولُهُ وَلاَ يَدِينُونَ دِينَ ٱلْحَقِّ مِنَ ٱلَّذِينَ أُوتُواْ ٱلْكِتَابَ حَتَّىٰ يُعْطُواْ ٱلْجِزْيَةَ عَن يَدٍ وَهُمْ صَاغِرُونَ }

      Fight those who do not believe in God, nor in the Last Day, for, otherwise, they would have believed in the Prophet (s), and who do not forbid what God and His Messenger have forbidden, such as wine, nor do they practise the religion of truth, the firm one, the one that abrogated other religions, namely, the religion of Islam — from among of those who (min, ‘from’, explains [the previous] alladhÄ«na, ‘those who’) have been given the Scripture, namely, the Jews and the Christians,

      until they pay the jizya tribute, the annual tax imposed them, readily (‘an yadin is a circumstantial qualifier, meaning, ‘compliantly’, or ‘by their own hands’, not delegating it [to others to pay]),

      being subdued, [being made] submissive and compliant to the authority of Islam.

      ….being made submissive and compliant to the authority of islam…

      so muslims use words we know………….but they define the words differently…totally differnt meaning to a muslim

      • Does the Koran ever mention pizza??

        No wonder jihadists hate humanity.

        Extra cheese, onions and olives please.

  • Should drop pepperoni pizzas all over Gaza and watch them struggle not to eat them.

    • Put extra bacon on all the pizzas before you drop them just there there won’t be any mistakes about the pork content.

    • Allah apparently doesn’t like pizza.

      Infidel! Put down that pizza or I will cut off your nose so you may not smell it!!!

  • Andria Kaplan

    The Dominos in Israel should air drop pizzas to the poor Palestinian children so the Hamas looks like even bigger idiots.

  • Good to see that Hamas is going to destroy Israel by hacking a pizza web site. Good job, that!

    I’ll never understand people who murder their own children in making war…sad souls they are.

    I think Domino’s should throw a pizza party for Hamas…and clue the IDF to the location. Those stupid fools would fall for it…

  • Drew P. Bewbb

    wow they sure showed israel

  • Long Live Israel!

  • Dammit, now I’m craving Pizza. It’s barely 11 AM here 😛

  • It’s good thing Domino’s reasserted control of its site. Hamas can’t deliver.

  • Henryk B Zaleski

    With God on our side who can be against us? Well, many you might say, but Israel will stand and thrive long after these Muslim terrorist are buried and forgotten. Long live Jerusalem His footstool on earth.

  • The pizza delivered to the Hammas Ninja turtles should have included roasted pork bits on the top!

  • Love it.

  • Turtles on a half shell!

  • Defeat hamas with hot n spicy sausage!

  • Laughter, The best weapon against Hamas, after bombs, guns, grenades, napalm…

    • Michael Louis Weissman

      Laughter works in two directions at once: It keeps the Jewish People sane while disheartening their enemies.

    • Bombs and guns don’t look like they’ve been working so far, though.

      • The only reason they haven’t been working so well is that Israel (and the US) are too careful. Start using fuel-air explosives on Gaza, the West Bank and Southern Lebannon and it will work just fine.

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