London: Hacking group Anonymous has vowed to take out social media accounts supporting the Islamic State group during a planned day of rage.
Duck state: The group had, earlier, ridiculed IS by posting photographs of terrorists online with rubber ducks
The group was planning to post photographs of dead IS terrorists while bombarding their twitter feeds with pictures of goats. The anarchist collective said it wants to devote December 11 as an anti-IS day of rage.
The IS thrives off fear and hopes that by its actions it can silence all of us and get us to just lay low and hide in fear, the collective said.
This follows an earlier attempt by activists to ridicule IS by posting photographs of terrorists online with rubber ducks.
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