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Creative Annonymous Hackers Flood ISIS Twitter Accounts With Rainbows, LGBT Love And Gay Porn Following Orlando Attack

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If you look at a Twitter account belonging to the Islamic State supporters, you may be in for a big surprise.

A number of creative hackers decorated the hate-inciting accounts with LGBT love, and the gay messages they posted should drive the IS fanatics into fits of rage.

The hackers acted in the wake of last Sunday's attack on the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

The shooter, Omar Mateen, was gunned down by the police after a three-hour standoff. While the shooting was still ongoing, Mateen called 911 and swore allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) or Daesh in Arabic.

As many as 53 people were wounded and 49 were killed during the tragic events, the Huffington Post reports.

The hackers' vengeance was simple and visually effective, resulting in a consistent number of IS accounts being filled with gay pride flags and links to gay pornography.

WauchulaGhost is one of the main hackers who orchestrated the campaign, and he talked to the media about the whole shenanigan.

He says that the initial aim of the jacked accounts was "to create confusion," so that IS users would not know friend from foe in the online environment.

WauchulaGhost, who is part of the hacktivist clan Anonymous, mentions he sabotaged Daesh's Twitter accounts as a sign of solidarity with those who lost their lives in Orlando. The hacker organization has a long history of taking jabs at ISIS Twitter accounts and propaganda pages.

"The taking of innocent lives will not be tolerated," he affirms.

The hacker touts that he derailed as many as 258 accounts by himself. To have proof of the number of accounts it modified, the hacker took screenshots of the pages before and after he spewed colorful banners and gay love over them.

He notes that he does not operate alone, and another five hacktivists are backing his rainbow crusade.

WauchulaGhost underlines that his efforts are not aimed at offending Muslims. To support this, he does not post explicit photos, albeit the links take users to full frontal nudity and beyond. He explains that the visual hijacking targets "Jihadist extremists," and reminds the media that Anonymous has a solid number of users who are Muslim.

Twitter hurried to suspend some of the accounts, but WauchulaGhost asked the community for help.

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