You may recollect when they announced war on the terrorists responsible for the Charlie Hebdo assaults or when they threatened to release the details of 1000 KKK members. But now theyve declared full-on war on ISIS.
And they didnt wait around.
Their statement was released a day after the news that 3,800 twitter accounts associated with ISIS were taken down.
They have since named the operation #OpParis and have, so far, sabotaged over 5000 ISIS accounts .
Anonymous have prompted anyone who suspects they might have assured some ISIS-y stuff happening on Twitter to tell them and then they will be able to find their real names, places, pictures, other social media accounts and shut down all of them and hinder them from having an online presence at all.
We will not give up, we will not forgive and we’ll do all that is necessary to end their actions. This violence should not weaken us, it has to give us the strength to come together. We do not forgive, we do not forget. Expect us .
ISIS have responded by calling Anonymous moronics and offering tips-off on how to avoid being hacked.
Last time they had a conflict with ISIS, Anonymous were able to remove tens of thousands of Twitter accounts and interrupted more than 130 of their websites.
ISIS rely uponTwitter as a vital tool in their propaganda machine. The more accounts that are taken down, the less their message will spread.
Keep up the good work, anonymous !