Turkish hackers hacked website of Mongolian museum which houses recently found ancient burial artifacts

ULAN BATOR, April 13 (Moninfo) –Website of local museum of the far western Mongolian province Khovd that houses recently found ancient burial artifacts is found to be hacked by Turkish hackers.
Visit to the http://museum.khovd.mn/ at 7:30  pm Ulaanbaatar local time found the website was not working and instead it showed head of  image of wolf and displayed texts “ Hedef Turan, hedek Turk,  hacked by cyber kanka”, symbols and that represents Turkey, its flag and links “ About Ottoman Empire”, “List of Turkic Dynasties and countries” if clicked, directs to Wikipedia pages about Ottoman Empire and Turkic speaking countries.
Researchers of Khovd local museum and local university recently discovered ancient grave that contained mummy with full clothing and sacrificial horse and related bridle and other items. Mongolian archeologists consider the grave dates back to 6-8th century AD which is categorized as Turkic period in Mongolian archeology.
Many western media run stories with headlines ‘Scientists discover 1,500 year-old Mongolian mummy wearing Adidas Boots’, ‘ Archeologists find ancient mummy approximately 1,500 years old in Mongolia’ etc.
Pan-turkism or Turkish nationalist movement considers ancient Mongolia was home of Turkic tribes before they migrated to Europe. Enditem.


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