Thursday, June 9, 2016
'We want them dead’: ISIS names 39 British residents on chilling 8,000-strong 'kill list’
The internet jihadis posted the full names and home addresses of around 8,000 “targets” and urged extremist sympathisers to “kill them strongly” in a chilling new online threat.
The deranged fanatics’ list includes 39 British residents as well as 7,848 Americans, 312 Canadians and 69 Australians which it wants murdered “as revenge for Muslims”.
It is not known if the list, which was published in English and Arabic, consisted of new names or those featured in earlier kill lists posted by the warped online jihadis.
Hackers claiming to be from the ‘Cyber Caliphate’ also posted satellite images of US air bases on its Telegram account, but the same images could be found on Google Earth.
The United Cyber Caliphate has previously published similar lists, such as one in 2015 revealing the full names of 3,600 New York residents as well as their addresses underneath the headline: “We Want Them #Dead.”
The twisted online fanatics also reportedly hacked into US State Department records last year and released private information about 43 employees it wanted executed.
In November 2015, the cyber jihadis leaked details of 54,000 Twitter accounts, including passwords, in a show of online power that sent shockwaves through social media.
According to a report by American intelligence firm Flashpoint, the United Cyber Caliphate was formed in April 2015 after a merger of several radical Islamic hacking groups.
Credit to Express