To be expected if you...
Which I think goes to show that if you are going to lock horns with some people who don't care about human rights, then you need to make sure you protect your own rights. Especially, your website.
That said, I do have reservations about the current trends in UK/EU human rights legislation, which seems to have degenerated into a charter for pampered minority-groups to demand preferential treatment, and to sue the shirt off anyone who denies them special status.
Hell, as a topical example we can't even use red or green in games anymore.
This, IMHO, is a bastardisation of the original purpose and spirit of the HRA, which set-down rights which apply to ALL citizens, without exception or predjudice.
-The maintainer of a local Amnesty website for about a decade. (hopefully, malware-free)