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  • After the Charlie Hebdo attack, Anonymous warned the militants, “We will hunt you, take down your sites, accounts, emails, and expose you... From now on, no safe place for you online.”

    After the Charlie Hebdo attack, Anonymous warned the militants, “We will hunt you, take down your sites, accounts, emails, and expose you... From now on, no safe place for you online.” | Photo: AFP

Published 16 November 2015

The hactivist group released a video in French saying they would “hunt down” all supporters and members of the Islamic State group.

The hacktivist group Anonymous released a dramatic video in French declaring war on the Islamic State group, RT reports, after seven synchronized attacks in Paris Friday killed at least 132 and injured hundreds more.

IN DEPTH: Paris Terror Attacks

Anonymous said it will “launch the biggest operation ever” against the Islamic State group, with whom it is engaged in an electronic warfare.

The hacktivists warned the Islamic State group they would hunt down all supporters of the Islamic State group online.

“Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down,” the a spokesperson in the video. “You should know that we will find you and we will not let you go.”

They added, "We will hunt you down. Yes, you, the vermin who kill innocent victims, we will hunt you down like we did to those who carried out the attacks on Charlie Hebdo.”

IN DEPTH: France Hit by Charlie Hebdo Tragedy

RT reports that Anonymous has been defending France's “cyber-borders” since the attack on Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in January through an online campaign dubbed #OpISIS.

The Russian news outlet also said Anonymous has dismantled 14 Islamic State group-related websites and flagged over 100,000 Twitter accounts that are allegedly linked to the Islamic State group, as well as 5,900 propaganda videos.

The group's spokesperson, wearing the iconic Guy Fawkes mask in the YouTube video, said Anonymous will make use of all their skills to unite the world against the Islamic State group, which should “expect massive cyber attacks.”

“War is declared. Get prepared,” the group said in the video post, according to RT. “The French people are stronger than you and will come out of this atrocity even stronger.”

Anonymous' first appearance was 2003 and they became widely known for a series of well-executed public attacks on corporations, religious and governmental bodies, said Sky News.

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