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URGENT UPDATE: ISIS Releases Another Kill List of 100 U.S. Military Officers -- releasing online their photos, names, divisions, and addresses…

URGENT UPDATE: ISIS Releases Another Kill List of 100 U.S. Military Officers -- releasing online their photos, names, divisions, and addresses…

URGENT SEPTEMBER 15, 2015 UPDATE

ISIS Releases Another Kill List OF 100 U.S. Military Officers…

Via Zee News:

Washington: An ISIS-affiliated group that calls itself ‘Islamic State Hacking Division’, has released a second kill list of 100 US military personnel, releasing online their photos, names, divisions, and addresses, SITE Intel Agency reported.

This is not the first time, that the ISIS-linked hackers have done so.

Earlier in March this year, the ‘Islamic State Hacking Division’ had issued their first kill list of 100 members of US Army, Air Force and Navy, urging Muslims of the US to kill them for they had participated in US airstrikes against the ISIS.

The latest ISIS threat saying “Happy 9/11” came on the occasion of the 14th anniversary of September 11 attack.

“Today hacking…Tomorrow killing,” the hackers threatened in their post as tweeted by the head of the terror tracking SITE Intel agency Rita Katz.

Earlier in January thos year, unidentified supporters of the extremist group Islamic State had hacked the Youtube and Twitter accounts of US military’s Central Command and posted comments like “Love you ISIS” and “US soldiers, we are coming. Watch your back!”.


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ALERT -- ISIS Posts Home Addresses Of 100 U.S. Troops, Calls On American Muslims To Murder Them

by Jim Hoft, THE GATEWAY PUNDIT

The ISIS terrorist group posted photos and addresses of the Americans who reportedly bombed Kobane.

This photo is making the rounds on terrorist sites today.

(Address of US military leaders blocked out here)

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Notice how they blotted out the female officer’s face?

It would be disrespectful to show her face – but kill her anyway.

Reuters reported:

Islamic State has posted online what it says are the names, U.S. addresses and photos of 100 American military service members, and called upon its “brothers residing in America” to kill them.

The Pentagon said after the information was posted on the Internet that it was investigating the matter. “I can’t confirm the validity of the information, but we are looking into it,” a U.S. defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said on Saturday.

“We always encourage our personnel to exercise appropriate OPSEC (operations security) and force protection procedures,” the official added.

In the posting, a group referring to itself as the “Islamic State Hacking Division” wrote in English that it had hacked several military servers, databases and emails and made public the information on 100 members of the U.S. military so that “lone wolf” attackers can kill them.


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Islamic State has posted online what it says are the names, U.S. addresses and photos of 100 American military service members, and called upon its “brothers residing in America” to kill them.

The Pentagon said after the information was posted on the Internet that it was investigating the matter. “I can’t confirm the validity of the information, but we are looking into it,” a U.S. defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said on Saturday.

“We always encourage our personnel to exercise appropriate OPSEC (operations security) and force protection procedures,” the official added.

In the posting, a group referring to itself as the “Islamic State Hacking Division” wrote in English that it had hacked several military servers, databases and emails and made public the information on 100 members of the U.S. military so that “lone wolf” attackers can kill them.

The New York Times reported that it did not look like the information had been hacked from U.S. government servers and quoted an unnamed Defense Department official as saying most of the information could be found in public records, residential address search sites and social media.

The Times quoted officials as saying the list appeared to have been drawn from personnel mentioned in news articles about air strikes on Islamic State. The group’s forces control parts of Syria and Iraq and have been targeted in U.S.-led air strikes.

The posting, addressed to disbelievers, Christians and “crusaders” in America, included what the group said were the names, military service branch, photos and street addresses of the individuals. The posting includes the military rank of some but not all of those named.

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