There is an elliptic curve El Gamal digital signature scheme. Alice fixes an elliptic curve $E$, a prime $p$, a point $A$ on $E$, a secret integer $a$, and computes $B = aA$. She makes $(E, p, A, B)$ public. To sign a message m (which is an integer), she computes a point $R = (x, y)$ on $E$ and an integer $s$, and sends $(m, R, s)$. The verification is $xB + sR = mA$. Eve chooses $R1 = B − A = (x1, y1)$.
How do I find an integer $s1$ and message $m1$ so that $(m1, R1, s1)$ is a valid signature?
I referred to this to relate the normal El Gamal to the one on the Elliptic curve, but am not able to do so. Also, why is hashing required in such situations to prevent such forgery?