Pro-ISIS Tech Group Shares Links To Telegram And Rocket.Chat Channels, Rocket.Chat User Guide

November 12, 2019

On October 6, 2019, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) tech group on Telegram, which is dedicated to educating Muslims on issues related to communication security, information technology, and online safety and privacy, posted on Telegram links to their Rocket Chat and Telegram channels. In the post they noted that end-to-end encryption is now active on Rocket.Chat and can also be used for chatrooms.

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Pro-ISIS Outlet Celebrates Attacks On U.S. And Italian Forces In Iraq; Promises Continued Efforts In A War Of Attrition

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ISIS In Iraq Claims Two Attacks Injuring One U.S. And Four Italian Soldiers

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Jihadi Social Media - Account Review: Pro-ISIS Instagram Justifying Murder Of Non-Muslims

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IRGC General Gholamreza Jalali, Head Of Iran's Civil Defense Organization: Our Nuclear Sites Experience As Many As 50,000 Cyber Attacks Per Day; Israel, Neighboring Countries Steal Our Clouds As Part Of A Climate War Against Us

November 12, 2019
IRGC General Gholamreza Jalali said in a September 27, 2019 interview on Channel 5 (Iran) that the Stuxnet cyber-attack on Iran had the positive effect of causing Iran to pay attention to cyber security in its nuclear installations.

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PIJ Military Wing Publishes Addresses Of Official Social Media Accounts, Urges Media To Adhere To Its Official Outlets

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Celebrating Death of ISIS Leader Al-Baghdadi, HTS Supporters Mock His Successor, Condemn ISIS For Sabotaging Jihad From Within

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Al-Manar TV Report: Hizbullah Soldiers Pledge Allegiance to Khomeini, Khamenei, Nasrallah

#7593 | 00:40
Source: Al-Manar TV (Lebanon)

A news report aired on Al-Manar TV (Lebanon) on November 10, 2019, showing Hizbullah soldiers commemorating "Martyr Day" in Nabatieh. The soldiers are seen pledging their allegiance to the leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran Ayatollah Khomeini, current Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, and Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah.

 

Anchor: Hizbullah commemorated 'Martyr Day' in Nabatieh and its surroundings with the participation of officials and a large crowd.

Reporter: On 'Martyr Day,' they pledged allegiance and renewed their commitment.

Hizbullah Commander: We are committed to you...

Hizbullah Soldiers: Khomeini!

Hizbullah Commander: We pledge allegiance to you...

Hizbullah Soldiers: Khamenei!

Hizbullah Commander: We swear by Allah...

Hizbullah Soldiers: We swear by Allah...

Hizbullah Commander: ... that we are committed to you...

Hizbullah Soldiers: Oh Nasrallah!

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Nov 11, 2019
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Iranian President Rouhani: We will Remain in the JCPOA So That the Weapons Embargo Will Be Lifted in a Year

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Source: IRINN TV (Iran)

During a visit to the Iranian city of Rafsanjan, on November 11, 2019, President Hassan Rouhani said that it was in Iran's best interest to remain committed to the JCPOA so that the weapons embargo will be lifted in a year's time, in keeping with the agreement. This would enable Iran to import and export weapons. He said that Iran will take "the middle ground" and remain in the JCPOA but reduce its commitment to it. Rouhani's statements were aired on IRINN TV (Iran).

 

Hassan Rouhani: With the continuation of the JCPOA, we will accomplish a great political, security, and defensive goal next year. The goal is the following: For years, there has been an embargo on Iran's weapon purchases, in keeping with the U.N. resolution. In other words, we are not allowed to buy weapons from any other country. If a certain country wants to buy weapons from Iran, this is also forbidden. In other words, we cannot sell weapons. According to the [nuclear] deal and [UN Resolution] 2231, next year – if we keep the JCPOA – the weapons embargo on Iran will be lifted, and we will be able to easily buy the weapons we need and easily export to the world the weapons that we want to sell. This is one of the important implications of this agreement. True, we can pull out of the agreement today. No problem. But the fruit that will be ready for the picking next year will no longer be there. We can pull out of the agreement now, but the UNSC resolutions against Iran will return. We must consider our national interests. Now, that our interest is to remain in the agreement, if the others will not implement the agreement, must we do so unilaterally? No, this will also be a mistake. So, we have chosen the middle way: We keep the JCPOA, but at the same time, we gradually reduce our [commitment] to what we have agreed to.

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Hassan Nasrallah: Lebanon Is Safer Than Washington, D.C.; We Have So Many Missiles We Don't Know Where to Put Them; Speech Accompanied by "Death to America" Chants

#7591 | 04:32
Source: Al-Manar TV (Lebanon)

In a speech aired live on Al-Manar TV on November 11, 2019, Hizbullah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah said that U.S. President Donald Trump cares only about oil and he will have a stroke when he discovers that the new oil field discovered in Iran will produce 53 billion barrels of oil. Nasrallah stated that Lebanon crime rates are lower than any state in the U.S. and it is even safer than Washington D.C. He continued to say that Hizbullah has no need for missiles transferred through Syria and Iraq, it has so many missiles that they "don't know where to put them". Nasrallah also said that Lebanon needs a "sovereign government" to face American economic sanctions and to say: "(America), get out of our skies!" The crowd in attendance responded to this with chants of "Death to America!"

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Hassan Nasrallah: For Trump, oil is the only valuable thing. It's not merely the most important thing. It is the only valuable thing. As for human beings – even if they are friends, allies, and brothers-in-arms – Trump can turn his back on them at any given moment. Yesterday, we saw the president of the Islamic Republic, Sheikh Rouhani, officially announcing the discovery of an enormous oil field, with a potential of 53 billion barrels. Fifty-three billion oil barrels! Surely Trump will have a stroke. Let's assume that when Iran resumes its oil exports, it will export one million barrels per day from that field – how long will this oil field last? How many generations?

 

[...]

 

According to a website of economic experts, this field is worth more than $3 trillion, in today's prices. Someone should tell this to Trump. He should be told how many oil barrels and how much it's worth in dollars, so that his stroke will be complete.

 

[...]

 

Every now and then, we hear that Lebanon is not a safe country. That's a lie. That's an American lie. Brothers and sisters, all Lebanese people should hear this: You should examine the American newspapers and relevant websites. By Allah, Lebanon is safer than any state in the United States. That's Lebanon. Lebanon is safer than Washington, D.C. itself. We are not influenced by the news. Check out the annual statistics. In Washington, D.C. or in any American state – examine the percentages of the murder cases, injuries, shootings, rapes, and robbery. It turns out that compared to any American state, Lebanon is a paradise of security and safety.

 

[...]

 

The Americans did everything they could – and even resorted to threats – to prevent the opening of the Al-Bukamal border crossing [between Iraq and Syria]. But there was a sovereign Iraqi decision to open the Al-Bukamal border crossing. The false claim [of the Americans] was that this crossing would be used to transfer missiles to Lebanon. I have said on several occasions that we do not need missiles transferred through the Al-Bukamal crossing. We already have more missiles than we need and we don't know where to put them.

 

[...]

 

The Americans don't want us to export products of our agriculture and industry. They don't want Lebanese nationals abroad to send money back to Lebanon. They don't want anyone to invest in Lebanon. They don't want China, Iran, or Russia to invest here. Some countries want to give grants but they are still dragging their feet. This is why I said in my last speech that we wanted a sovereign government. What does a sovereign government mean? It means a government that would take into account Lebanon's national interests and would muster the courage to say to the Americans: 'This position contradicts Lebanon's national interest. Now, get out of our skies!'

Audience: Death to America! Death to America! Death to America! Death to America!

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