21 Nov 2015

Anonymous: ISIS Planning Attacks Around World On Sunday

Anonymous ISIS Planning Attacks Around World On Sunday
Anonymous ISIS Planning Attacks Around World On Sunday

The hacker group Anonymous said on Saturday that the Islamic State group plans to tackle a number of places Sunday, some in Paris, United States, Indonesia, Italy and Lebanon.
OpParisIntel, a sect under anonymous fights against ISIS, issued a statement Saturday saying it had discovered information about imminent terrorist attacks "In Paris and the world" scheduled for November 22, said the International Business Times.

"All the evidence is given to all official authorities in the days of the planet there," the statement said. "They and it is their responsibility to do something with it. But because they have not done anything with it yet, and it's almost 22, we have issues in our own hands. Only, we take the warning civilians of responsibility (in case the authorities do not act well enough).
Anonymous said he received numerous threats from pro-Islamic state accounts on social media, "but not only regular threats. These threats were all focused on November 22 ...."

The group added that his team intel has been able to verify the threats and target locations, and he warned against participation in events with large crowds, especially religious services in Paris.
Anonymous said it had evidence that the following events may be targeted:
Electronic Vocodecks with cicadas, re-play & Rawtor Le Bizen (Paris)
Concrete invites Drumcode: Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, Joel Mull concrete (Paris)
Event organized by the Collective of Women Law (Paris)
Feast of Christ the King celebrations (Rome / Worldwide)
Al-Jihad, One Day One Juz (Indonesia)
Five Finger Death Punch (Milan, Italy)
University Pastoral Day (Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, Lebanon)

Anonymous said the Islamic state also plans an attack on World Wrestling Entertainment event in the Phillips Arena in Atlanta on Sunday. FBI agents confirmed to WSB-TV 2 Atlanta she took seriously the reports.

"The goal is to ensure that the whole world, or at least people go to these events, know that there were threats and there is possibility of attack from happening," continued the anonymous reporting.
The group said IBT he gave his evidence at the British intelligence agency MI5, and the Government of the CIA, FBI and Australia. She added that it is not considering the evidence released publicly because "everyone start calling false because the screenshots can be edited and accounts can be deleted. "

"We have deliberately not shared publicly on links because they would be immediately closed and then would not believe the evidence. "
Following attacks last week in Paris that killed 129 people and wounded 350 more anonymous, declared cyberwar on ISIS, which claimed the attacks.
The hacker group has since released a tutorial that teaches the laity help in the cyberoperation, who was identified and arrested thousands of Twitter accounts related to the terrorist group, according to The Hill.