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ISIS claims it hacked US Army and State Dept. and will assassinate employees

ISIS propaganda video (Daily Mail)
December 20, 2017

An ISIS hacking group has claimed to have hacked into the U.S. Army and U.S. State Department, and stolen thousands of documents of confidential information that they will use to carry out lone wolf attacks, The Daily Mail reported.

The propaganda video, released by ISIS hacking group “Ghosts of the Caliphate,” begins with images of killed Iraqi and Syrian children, as well as images of American law enforcement and American service members.

“You will pay the price when your economies collapse. You will pay the price when your sons are sent to wage war against us and they return to you as disabled amputees, or inside coffins, or mentally ill,” a narrator says in the video.

As images of bombings and terrorist attacks flash on the screen, a narrator says: “You will pay a price as you walk along your streets fearing Muslims. We will attack your homeland – you will not even feel secure in your bedrooms,” according to the Daily Mail.

The narrator then calls on all members of ISIS to defend their state and “Muslim brothers.”

A message in the video says that the ISIS group has waged a global electronic war against its enemies.

“We were able to hack sensitive sites of the U.S. Army, the Interior Ministry, the State Department, and other government sites, and we were able to get thousands of your confidential information,” a message reads on the screen.

ISIS propaganda video (Daily Mail)

“We have sent the information to our lone wolves to assassinate you and to increase frequent jihadist operations against you,” a message reads.

The end of the video shows a list of names and addresses of employees they said they gained from the hack.

According to the Daily Mail, the names and addresses don’t come from the State Department or the U.S. Army. They are from the Geological Society of Nevada and the National Caves Association.

If the video is not playing, you can watch it on native web here.