Anonymous is targeting ISIS again after the Brussels attacks
Looks like Donald Trump will have to wait. Anonymous has bigger fish to fry.
As the Brussels government continues the arduous process of naming those killed in yesterday's bombing, many have turned to the internet to express their sadness and frustration towards the cowards who carried out the attacks.
Online activist group Anonymous was quick to respond today, stating that it would launch its “biggest operation ever” against ISIS, who have claimed responsibility for the attack.
Last year the self-proclaimed “hacktavists” began their hard (and dirty) cyber fight after the Charlie Hebdo shootings in France by officially declaring December 11th “ISIS trolling day”.
Memorials have appeared all over the world as many stand in solidarity with the people of Belgium pic.twitter.com/M0EtZJQSr1
— Anonymous 💙💛 (@GroupAnon) March 23, 2016
Now the group has re-activated the popular #OpISIS operation, which trended worldwide last year in a bid to stop further attacks, and reveal the identities of the perpetrators who are still at large.