Report Says That ISIS Has Issued Threat Against WWE Event In Atlanta On Sunday

According to a report by the International Business Times, hacktivist group Anonymous has uncovered information that shows that ISIS is planning multiple attacks around the world tomorrow including one at a WWE event in Atlanta.


The International Business Times obtained a statement from Anonymous about the revelations.

“We only appeared now because our goal was to remain undercover and report everything to the right authorities and let them take all the action. But when authorities do not take action, Anonymous does. This part of the op started last Monday and has [been] and will be active 24 hours a day as long as the op is going on.”

Rise News cannot independently confirm the claims made by Anonymous.

The FBI issued a statement to WSBTV in Atlanta:

“The FBI is aware of reports of an alleged threat that includes an Atlanta, Georgia venue and event.  While we take all threats seriously, we do not have specific or credible information of an attack at this time,” the FBI statement said. “We have, however, made the proper notifications as we continue to work closely with our law enforcement and private sector partners to keep our community safe.”

The International Business Times said that the shadowy hacktivist group’s reporting has indicated the following location and events as potential targets for ISIS attacks tomorrow.

Direct from the International Business Times:

“-Cigales Electroniques with Vocodecks, RE-Play & Rawtor at Le Bizen (Paris

-Concrete Invites Drumcode: Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, Joel Mull at Concrete (Paris)

-Demonstration by Collectif du Droit des Femmes (Paris)

    -Feast of Christ the King celebrations (Rome/Worldwide)
    -Al-Jihad, One Day One Juz (Indonesia)
    -Five Finger Death Punch (Milan)
    -University Pastoral Day (Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, Lebanon)”
      A local TV reporter in Atlanta questioned the validity of the report however:


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