Members of Anonymous recently breached the Web site of Intercessors for America, which describes itself as a "group of like-minded people who recognized the need for God to intervene in U.S. governmental and cultural issues" (h/t Cyber War News).

In response to that mission statement, the hackers wrote, "NEVER should religion interfere with government," and published 9,885 users' e-mail addresses and clear text passwords, along with eight admin e-mail addresses and encrypted passwords.

The hackers added, "This leak is in the true spirit of Anonymous. Any individual trying to claim responsibility for it is not the hacker who did it."