"#OpISIS" sees dozens of ISIS-linked Facebook, Twitter accounts hacked or taken offline.
"Operation ISIS continues, says the voiceover on the above video. "We are Muslims, Christians, Jews. We are hackers, crackers, hacktivists, phishers, agents, spies, or just the guy from next door...We are young or old, gay or straight...We come from all races, countries, religions and ethnicity. United as one, divided by zero."
So far, Anonymous claims that it has taken roughly 90 ISIS-associated Twitter accounts offline, along with a dozen associated Facebook pages.
The hacktivist campaign starts shortly after ISIS showed video of a Royal Jordanian Air Force pilot being burned alive on video -- the same pilot that Jordan was trying to secure freedom for via a prisoner exchange. After the video went wide, Jordan started a new, aggressive air strike campaign against ISIS targets.
Anonymous launched a similar campaign against websites linked to the Charlie Hebdo attacks last month.