Many people have asked how they are able to aid us in our cause and have revealed an incredible amount of support in regards to Operation ISIS (#OpISIS). The steps below can be utilized to monitor their sites as well as Islamic State accounts.
1 – Finding an Islamic State Twitter account:
You’ll have the ability to uncover thousands following these measures; if you’re a newcomer to this, finding an Islamic State militant account can end up being challenging, but after finding your first it should come pretty easily. ISIS militants, as well as their supporters, feed off of promotion and focus, typically using Twitter hash tags like ‘#IslamicState,’ among others. Run a Twitter search using this hash tag and you’ll find your first Islamic State account. In the event you are having trouble finding ‘#OpISIS’ or an ISIS account, Twitter search ‘#CtrlSec.’
2 – I’ve found my first Islamic State Twitter account, now what:
Now that you have found your first Islamic State Twitter account, review all of their followers and Twitter account names, gathering as you move along. While you’re gathering account names, you’ll have to find their Twitter ID by visiting: http://gettwitterid.com/. If you don’t get the Twitter ID, they can easily switch their account name to evade you, as they normally do once found. As Islamic State Twitter accounts are gathered, log the info and assess their tweets as well as each biography for other (possibly related) website URLs. With the data you’ve compiled visit http://pastebin.com and release a copy of your findings.
3 – I have URLs and have a list of Islamic State Twitter accounts:
Now that you have gathered this information you can take action against them by reporting them to Anonymous, the authorities and Twitter. If your paste contains Islamic State Twitter accounts, you should tweet it making sure to use the hash tag ‘#CtrlSec’ so the appropriate operatives can collect your links and terminate the accounts. If your paste contains Islamic State website URLs, please tweet them using the hash tag ‘#GhostSec’ so their operatives can gather the intelligence and disable the websites. If you have concerns about your personal safety in using your Twitter account to do this, you can alternatively email us with your information at [email protected] using an anonymous mailer service such as http://anonymousemail.me
Your contributions to our cause are very valued and this could never be realized without your support that is unyielding.
We’re the phantoms which you have created…
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