The Hacker group Anonymous has posted an on-line video, declaring war on ISIS following the Paris attacks that claimed 129 lives.
On a Twitter post the “internet gathering” group told ISIS that it would “unite humanity” against them. “We are coming to get you, we will be hitting you harder than ever”. We are Anonymous. We are legend. Expect us.
The Metro reports:
The man behind the Guy Fawkes mask says in French: ‘Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down.
‘You should know that we will find you and we will not let you go. We will launch the biggest operation ever against you.
‘Expect massive cyber attacks. War is declared. Get prepared.
‘The French people are stronger than you and will come out of this atrocity even stronger.”
In a separate post on Twitter, the group wrote: ‘We are furious with the repeated slaughter of innocent citizens in the name of a peaceful religion.
‘You clearly don’t respect [your] beliefs and you clearly have no respect for human life and evolution. We are coming to get you, we will be hitting you harder than ever.
— Hudson (@TweetsFromHere) November 15, 2015
—————— Anonymous has been targeting ISIS since the Charlie Hebdo attacks. ITV reports: The group has been targeting the social media accounts of suspected extremists or Islamic State supporters since January’s attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. This includes posting the details of hundreds of Twitter accounts potentially involved in spreading radical propaganda.
— BinarySec -Official- (@TheBinarySec) November 16, 2015
Yesterday the group posted a list containing more than 1,000 account details to a text-sharing site, with the message: “ISIS Supporters and Militants. We Are Anonymous. We Do Not Forgive. We Do Not Forget. Expect us!”
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