The website of Arab satellite TV network Al-Jazeera has been hit by a number of electronic attacks.
According to the BBC, the site has suffered denial of service attacks and has been hijacked by a group calling itself the 'Freedom Cyber Force Militia'.
Visitors to Al-Jazeera's English website were redirected to a different web page with the message 'God bless our troops'.
The TV station's Arabic website was hacked to redirect visitors to a porn site.
It is likely to be 24 to 72 hours before the site fully recovers from the attacks.
The station's web operations have suffered persistent disruptions since it showed pictures of dead and captured US soldiers in Iraq.
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