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Shia LaBeouf Website Apparently Hacked With Anti-Semitic Remark

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    Shia LaBeouf Website Apparently Hacked With Anti-Semitic Remark
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    Shia LaBeouf was arrested at the site of his four-year livestream anti-Trump protest at the Museum of the Moving Image on January 26, 2017 in the Queens borough of New York City.

    Shia LaBeouf's website was apparently hacked Monday morning to include an anti-Semitic statement. 

    The actor and activist's website featured an all black screen with the hashtag #Jewswillnotdivideus. The anti-Semitic statement coincided with observance of Passover, one of the most sacred and widely observed holidays of the Jewish religion. The offensive hashtag was soon removed.

    LaBeouf was arrested in February in New York after getting into an altercation with a man outside a mounted camera exhibit he established where passer-byes would repeat the phrase "He will not divide us," referring to President Donald Trump.  The exhibit has since been discontinued.