Google's presence in the Palestinian territories, Google.ps, has been defaced by hackers, apparently objecting to the Google Maps labeling of the Israel and Palestinian borders.
Google made the switch from calling its regional search page "Palestinian Territories" to "Palestine" in May.
The hackers further went on to suggest that changing the title of Israel on Google Maps to Palestine would be a "revolution" -- and suggesting that visitors listen to R&B singer Rihanna and "be cool."
A Google spokesman was not immediately available for comment.
Update: A Google spokesperson sent us this statement: