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19th Nov 2015

Anonymous are taking revenge on ISIS for the French police dog killed in Paris raid


Anonymous members waging cyberwar on ISIS probably have all the motivation they need to fight the terror group online.

The attacks on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January prompted Anonymous to begin attacking Islamic State supporters’ online accounts.

Then the horrific events in Paris and Lebanon focussed their efforts to bring down the internet propaganda machine used by ISIS to recruit young men to their murderous cause through. #OpISIS and #OpParis are believed to have taken down more than 10,000 ISIS-linked accounts.

But if they needed any more motivation it came after a French police dog named Diesel was killed in the line of duty during raids on a flat in Saint-Denis, Paris.

It is believed a female terror suspect detonated a suicide vest as French police stormed the building, killing the dog.

A statement by @AnonOPs named the dog specifically: “We can help though, and that is what we must do.

“We love people, we love you. We love Diesel, we love Lebanon, we love Paris. We stand for you, and right now this means doing what we can against Daesh.

“We’ll do it with or without you, as we always have, but we appreciate the support we get.”

Keep fighting the good fight.