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Five Helpful Tips for Anonymous in War Against Islamic State

Anonymous-vs-ISIS
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Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, left, Anonymous, center, and an Islamic State (ISIS) soldier posing, right.

Anonymous, a name used by a group of hackers originating in France, which is now a multinational conglomeration of hack-tivists, declared war on the Islamic State following a series of deadly terror attacks in Paris.

Students of pop culture and computer geeks are asking the questions: What can hackers do against the Islamic State? What should hackers be working on to make the Islamic State feel their wrath?

However, before they begin, Anonymous needs a basic history lesson. Anonymous had previously declared war on both Al Qaeda and ISIS. AQI, or Al Qaeda in Iraq, became the Islamic State of Syria and al-Sham (ISIS). ISIS became the Islamic State. The group’s declared enemy has not changed, only in name.

Anonymous has stated they are going to hunt down members of the Islamic State. Thus, Anonymous is sadly making a misplaced effort.

Why?

Because those who live in the Islamic State have little access to the Internet and generally use instruments of war, rather than instruments of communication. Further, national security experts debate the effectiveness of the “whack-a-mole” strategy, or identifying and forcefully closing of accounts owned and operated by terrorists. If this is truly what Anonymous wants to do, their actions may prove vast and produce little in return.

Anonymous would be better served concentrating their efforts on revealing those currently amongst us who believe and practice tenets taught in the Islamic State. Identifying these persons, however, could produce a lasting effect that would create a safer France, a safer Europe and a safer America.

For this reason I am providing the following suggestions for Anonymous to be taken seriously as a threat to the Islamic State.

  • Read Stephen Coughlin’s book, Catastrophic Failure. Learn why intelligence gathering today is all messed up. This will enable you to be more successful in your efforts.
  • Expose the Muslim Brotherhood and its members. The Muslim Brotherhood is the umbrella group under which most–in fact, almost all–Islamic terrorists have been or still are members. This action will stop the enablers.
  • Publicize the Islamic doctrine of al Hijrah: the secret doctrine of migration before jihad.
  • Expose the enabling politicians who provide platforms for the successful infiltration of future terrorists.
  • Publish the names of any and all entities currently purchasing oil and other goods from the Islamic State.

These five items are not being addressed by any major media outlets today to say nothing of the intelligence communities around the world. If hack-tivists can get these things accomplished, more power to them.

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Paul Sutliff is an educator and research writer particularly focused on Islam, whose work has been recognized by Ryan Mauro of Clarion Project and FOX News. His latest book is Civilization Jihad and the Myth of Moderate Islam.

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