Anonymous members gather at a public demonstration. The mask of Guy Fawkes is a symbol of the movement. (photo: Getty Images)
Andrew Griffin | The Independent | Reader Supported News | November 17, 2015
nonymous has declared “war” on ISIS in response to the attacks in Paris that left more than 100 people dead.
Members of the online collective have posted a video. It continues the group’s work against ISIS, which began strongly after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January.
In a video posted soon after the attacks, a person claiming to represent the group warns members of Islamic State that it intended to hunt them down. It said it would “unite humanity” in the operation, which it said would use hacking to weaken the group.