Anonymous Obliterates Over 5500 Daesh Twitter Accounts (kudos)

Nov 17, 2015

Anonymous just declared war on Islamic State sickos for the Paris attacks, and less than 24 hours after launching that offensive there’s already 5500+ Twitter casualties. 

The hacktivists are hunting down *Daesh -- and all else who aid and abet the Arab militants -- so the thousands of social media accounts obliterated overnight is just an opening volley.

Tweeting victoriously from its #OpParis account today, Anonymous confirmed: “We report that more than 5500 Twitter accounts of #ISIS are now #down ! #OpParis #Anonymous #ExpectUS.”

Deleted terror twits can probably reopen fresh accounts on Twitter, if they’re clever and have time between France’s retaliatory airstrikes, but all their *followers* are permanently gone.

Moreover, brand new account holders boasting about Islamic bombings and mass shootings of unarmed citizens will obviously be suspect now.

Daesh also uses social media to recruit other violent men who, like themselves, are just looking for an excuse to kill people and hiding those bloodthirsty urges under the cloak of religion.

So kudos, Anonymous. Well done.

 

@EponymousRox
*Daesh is a derogatory nickname for the Islamic State and they are vehemently opposed to its use.

 

 

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