#OPParis: Anonymous Hacker Declared War against ISIS after Paris attacks

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After a big loss in Paris, French hackers from the activist group Anonymous have declared “war” on ISIS following the attacks across Paris last Friday that left over 120 dead and many more injured.

The group says it has identified more than 39,000 suspected ISIS profiles and reported them to Twitter. It claims to have had more than 25,000 of these accounts suspended, while nearly 14,000 more on the targeted list remain active, according to a list posted to a site calling itself Lucky Troll Club. Here is the video:

“Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down. Yes, you, the vermin who kill innocent victims, we will hunt you down like we did to those who carried out the attacks on Charlie Hebdo.”

“So get ready for a massive reaction from Anonymous. Know that we will find you and we will never let up.”

“We are going to launch the biggest ever operation against you – expect very many cyber-attacks. War is declared. Get prepared.”

NBC News analyst Evan Kohlmann reports that Anonymous has already targeted ISIS-linked social media accounts. Read More

But just hours before this attack was carried out, Facebook removed a key Anonymous group responsible for identifying and reporting thousands of social media accounts used by ISIS recruiters. Facebook took down a ( (Report ISIS Accounts group )


Here is the another video uploaded, after the action taken by Facebook.

Who is Anonymous, It’s an international network of activist computer hackers which has claimed responsibility for many cyber-attack against government, corporate and religious websites over the past dozen years.