The Islamic State group is targeting the U.S. Army, putting out a hit list of 700 soldiers — by name — and ordering its terrorist militia to “kill the dogs.”
United Cyber Caliphate, the Islamic State’s 3-month-old computer network hacking consortium, has posted a number of such lists. Analysts say most names appear to be publicly available and randomly chosen rather than stolen from a UCC website hack.
But a Pentagon official told The Washington Times that analysts have not found an open source for the Army “kill list” in the July 25 posting by the Islamic State, also known as ISIL, ISIS and Daesh.
One or more government sites might have been hacked, the Pentagon source said.
The Islamic State’s list begins with the headline, “We want them #dead. #Revenge for Muslims. kill the dogs.”