ISIS hackers publish hit list of US military men

ARY News reports:

A group claiming to be hackers for Islamic State (ISIS) has published a ‘hit list’ of more than 70 US military men who have allegedly been involved in drone strikes against terrorists in Syria.

The Sunday Times, a British newspaper, said the hackers have links with Britain and call themselves ‘Islamic State Hacking Division’ and circulated online the names, home addresses and photographs of more than 70 US military staff, including women and urged supporters to “kill them wherever they are, knock on their doors and behead them, stab them, shoot them in the face or bomb them.”

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