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‘Anonymous’ Hacker Group Goes After ISIS

‘Anonymous’ Hacker Group Goes After ISIS | ISIS | Scoop.it
Now while the idea of ISIS will not be destroyed by bombs or anything else for that matter, the greatest way to battle an idea is with a better idea.  This brings me to OPISIS.  Our Anon brothers and sisters around the world have launched a cyber-war against ISIS. Back in June, ISIS hacked an Anonymous Twitter account.  I’m sorry but that’s like poking the sleeping bear.  Anonymous set out to launch it’s own war against the new terrorist group airing a video which made it very clear that any country who assists ISIS will suffer the consequences.  Anonymous has already committed cyber attacks against Turkish government websites and has put a scare into countries like Syria and Qatar who have recently invested heavily in upgrading their cyber security. What effect will cyber attacks have against ISIS? It is hard to say. One factor which is of concern is, what kind of retaliation will there be from ISIS? ISIS has suspected connections to the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA).  If the SEA retaliate against western cyber targets, the outcome could be disastrous. Follow the Anonymous battle against ISIS at #OPISIS.

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Warplanes hit convoy near Mosul in attempt to kill ISIS leaders

Warplanes hit convoy near Mosul in attempt to kill ISIS leaders | ISIS | Scoop.it
U.S. warplanes attacked a convoy near Mosul in Iraq this weekend in an attempt to kill ISIS leaders, said a spokesman for U.S. Central Command.

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Art Isn’t Collateral Damage for ISIS: Cultural Heritage Is a Main Target

Art Isn’t Collateral Damage for ISIS: Cultural Heritage Is a Main Target | ISIS | Scoop.it
As ISIS has rampaged across Syria and Iraq, they’ve destroyed irreplaceable artifacts from the cradle of civilization.

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ISIS Is Making ‘Loads’ Of Cash From Red Bull –The Energy Drink Gives Them Wings Too

ISIS Is Making ‘Loads’ Of Cash From Red Bull –The Energy Drink Gives Them Wings Too | ISIS | Scoop.it
Trucks delivering the energy drink Red Bull into Syria look like financing the worldwide terror business ISIS, which controls almost all the entry points within the war-torn country. The ISIS might an increasing worldwide horror hazard, but just like most company, it too requires resources and... http://www.newsyab.com/isis-is-making-loads-of-cash-from-red-bull-the-energy-drink-gives-them-wings-too/
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Former Isis Bodyguard: We Beheaded Children in Front of Parents

Former Isis Bodyguard: We Beheaded Children in Front of Parents | ISIS | Scoop.it

The IS militant was formerly a drug dealer before joining the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and then defecting to IS.

 

His bodyguard spoke of a series of shocking incidents, including when Jamal forced a mother and father to watch as a fellow jihadist killed their children one at a time.

 

"Starting with a thirteen-year-old boy, they lined up the sons according to their height and beheaded them in that order," said the bodyguard.

 

"Afterwards, they hung the boys' heads on the door of the school the family had been hiding in."


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Obama To Seek Additional $3.2B For Military Campaign Against ISIS: Report

Obama To Seek Additional $3.2B For Military Campaign Against ISIS: Report | ISIS | Scoop.it
The U.S. is spending $8.3 million a day on its campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, according to the Pentagon.

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