Anonymous Announces Revenge Campaign For Paris Attacks By ISIS #OpParis


opparis-anonymous-1Short Bytes: In response to the Paris attacks, Hacktivist group Anonymous was quick to issue a warning to its long-time foe ISIS. The group has released two videos that warn ISIS and ask them to “expect a total mobilization on their part.”

In the past, hacktivist group Anonymous has shown its commitment to crush ISIS websites and its social media accounts. The hacktivist group ran #OpISIS earlier this year after the Charlie Hebdo massacre in January.

Now after the massive attack by ISIS on Paris, this Friday, the various branches of Anonymous have come together and vowed to tackle their long-time enemy.

Earlier this year, Anonymous hackers hacked and unmasked thousands of ISIS Twitter accounts. Once again we can expect the same along with attacks of some websites supporting ISIS.

Update: Anonymous has already leaked more than 1000 ISIS Twitter Accounts as a part of the #OpParis campaign.

Anonymous’ French and Italian branches have put out two videos that deliver their statement.

Watch the videos below and track the #OpParis campaign on Twitter.


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Read the complete statement here:

Hello citizens of the world.
We are anonymous.

The aftermath of Friday, November 13, 2015.
France is shocked by the events caused by terrorism in the capital.

We first wish to express our sorrow and our solidarity with the victims, the injured, and their families.

To defend our values and our freedom, we’re tracking down members of the terrorist group responsible these attacks, we will not give up, we will not forgive, and we’ll do all that is necessary to end their actions.

During the attacks of Charlie Hebdo, we had already expressed our determination to neutralize anyone who would attack our freedom.
We’ll be doing the same now, because of the recents attacks.

We therefore ask you to gather and to defend these ideals.

Expect a total mobilization on our part.

This violence should not weaken us. It has to give us the strength to come together and fight tirrany and obscurantism together.

We are anonymous.
We are legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us.

Update: Anonymous has already leaked more than 1000 ISIS Twitter Accounts as a part of the #OpParis campaign.

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Adarsh Verma

Adarsh Verma

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