A statement from the hacktivist organisation said: "We love people, we love you. We love Diesel, we love Lebanon, we love Paris"
Anonymous has vowed to continue hacking ISIS in revenge for the death of Diesel the police dog, killed by terrorists during a police raid yesterday.
The secretive hacktivist organisation declared war on Islamic State following Friday's terror attacks that killed at least 129 people.
Since then, thousands of jihadist recruiting accounts on social media have been shut down.
And now, after police dog Diesel was killed by terrorists during the siege of an apartment in Saint-Denis, a suburb of northern Paris, Anonymous has released a new statement.
Suspect: A man is taken away from the scene by French special police forces during an operation in Saint-Denis
"We can help though, and that is what we must do. We love people, we love you. We love Diesel, we love Lebanon, we love Paris," the statement read.
"We stand for you, and right now this means doing what we can against Daesh.
We’ll do it with or without you, as we always have, but we appreciate the support we get.
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