The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has successfully launched its first communications satellite into space with the purpose of launching the terrorist organization into a new era of ‘Digital Jihad’.
The successful launch was preceded by a 2-hour speech from ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi who explained in great detail the important role high tech satellites will play in this new dawn of ‘Digital jihad’.
The launch that took place from an undisclosed site is the result of months of work by engineers from Libya and Iraq who have joined the ISIS forces.
Islamic militants have been bragging online for months that it is only a matter of time before they manage to pull off a highly disruptive attack on America’s infrastructure or financial system.
The supreme leader of the Islamic State plans to establish a ‘cyber caliphate’ protected by jihadist developed encryption software from behind which they hope to mount catastrophic hacking and virus attacks on America and the West.
“This could be a major problem for Western telecommunications systems” explains encryption and cyber attack expert James Adams. “If ISIS we’re to use communication satellites for the use of cyber attacks, this could give them a major advantage on the battlefield. Western countries have nothing to protect themselves from this sort of attack” he admits. “The only means of protection would be for governments to completely shut down the internet and implement local counter strategies” he adds.
The satellite launch was verified by American and Russian agencies this morning.
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