An Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs partner, “Info Mercati Esteri,” has reportedly been targeted as part of “Operation Italy" in reaction to the arrests of Anonymous-linked Italian hackers that occurred in late May, 2015.
Following the recent arrest of Anonymous-linked Italian hackers, members of the hacking collective published a leak allegedly stolen from dozens of Italian government websites “in solidarity with the arrested anons.”
The Anonymous hacking collective claimed to have targeted the Italian government websites of the educational institution, “Liceo Scientifico Filippo Silvestri,” and the City of Farigliano; while subsequently releasing login credentials and database information on a pasting site.
The “Islamic State Hacking Division” (ISHD) leaked the names, addresses, and phone numbers of 10 Italian army officers and, along with other jihadists, called on lone wolves in Italy to take action.
A jihadist suggested that lone wolves target top secret locations in the East and West, claiming that if such places as Area 51 and the Vatican Secret Archives are hit with even one bullet, their respective governments will collapse.
Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) released an audio speech from its leader, ’Asim Umar, giving a eulogy for two slain officials, Ahmed Farouq and Qari ‘Imran.
Supporters of the Islamic State (IS) on Twitter have been distributing images, most of which allegedly taken from inside Italy, threatening the country and others with lone wolf attacks.
As part of “Operation Israel 2015,” a hacking group by the name of “Middle East Cyber Army” has claimed to have targeted hundreds of Israeli websites with defacement attacks, and released over 200 email addresses and passwords of alleged Israeli accounts, and 70,000 purported Israeli router login credentials.
Between April 4 and 6 of 2015, three alleged British Islamic State (IS) fighters and recruiters called for lone wolf attacks in Western countries while providing targets and methods of attack.
The Ninawa provincial division of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq released a video of two deaf-mute fighters using sign language to call Muslims in Europe to join the group, and to threaten enemies.
Fighters and supporters of the Islamic State (IS) on Twitter have persisted with a hashtag threatening Italy.
A woman identifying herself and another female as Greta Ramelli and Vanessa Marzullo, two Italian women who were kidnapped in Syria in August 2014, appeared in a video and said they are in “big danger” and “could be killed”.
An alleged Italian jihadist reported that a fighter from Genoa, Italy, Ibrahim Giuliano Delnovo, was killed in Syria on June 18, 2013.
Al-Fajr Media Center released a biography of Abd el-Kader Mahmoud Mohamed el-Sayed (AKA Abu Saleh al-Masri), an al-Qaeda official and former organizer of an al-Qaeda cell in Milan, Italy, who was killed in a drone strike in Waziristan in May/June 2012.
Arguing the white race was confronted with the possibility that its, “existence is seriously threatened,” a white supremacist proposed a plan intended to defend the white nation.
Jund al-Yemen Brigades, a jihadist group operating in Yemen under the banner of al-Qaeda, claimed responsibility for an attack on the Italian Embassy in Sana'a, on April 30, 2008.
The Taliban issued a statement yesterday, Sunday, March 18, 2007, announcing the release of Italian journalist “Daniel” and his translator, held since March 4.
Abu Musab al-Suri
In November 2005, Abdul al-Tawab al-Shami, the spokesman for Abu Musab al-Suri, issued a statement confirming the arrest of the al-Qaeda operative, in addition to materials authored by al-Suri.
(Abu Musab al-Suri)
A recently issued statement from the spokesman for Abu Musab al-Suri, Abdul al-Tawab al-Shami, confirms the arrest of the al-Qaeda operative, and in addition, includes a speech from al-Suri, over one hour in length, as well a 17-page transcript of this oration, concerning his alleged complicity in the July 7, 2005 London bombings and the new British government regulations concerning Muslims.