Hacker News has released a series of tweets that show how to hack the phone of an Isis commander, who is reported to be leading an insurgency in Syria.
The tweets were sent by an Isis-linked Twitter account, known as Abu Abdullah, who has been leading an armed group in the town of Al-Qaim.
Abu Abdullah is the second-in-command of the Al-Qaida-linked al-Nusra Front, and the third-most powerful person in the area, according to a report from the United Nations in February.
He has previously been a leader of an armed insurgency in the country.
He has also been in charge of a rebel-held town in Idlib province known as Tabqa, where he is reportedly leading an assault on the city of Palmyra.
“He has a good social media presence, he is popular with the locals and his followers are also very loyal,” a Twitter user in Raqqa province wrote.
“He is in charge over the city and the surrounding countryside, so it is very hard to take over the area.”
Abu Abu Abdullah’s tweets have since been deleted, but his account has been linked to Isis on other social media platforms.
A tweet sent to the same account on January 22, two days before the release of the tweets, said: “It is good to have the power to do something, so I decided to do so.
It is the first time in my life, I had the opportunity to fight for something.”
“I am not afraid, I will not stop fighting, I am ready for the last fight, and I will do everything I can to defeat you.”
In an interview with The New York Times, Abu Abdullah described himself as a commander of the “Army of Islam” (AOI), which is linked to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a militant group.
He said he was not a commander but a fighter.
“I don’t need to have any role in any political organisation or organisation.
I am not a politician,” he told the newspaper.
“I am a man who fights for Allah, and he is Allah, for he is the one who has given me a purpose.”
A video posted by the Twitter account Abu Abdullah al-Britani on March 12 shows him saying he had been appointed to lead the Army of Islam in Palmyra after it captured the town.
In a later video, he talks about the battle for the town, saying: “I have not decided to be in a position of authority, but I am there, fighting with my brothers and sisters, and when I see that they are in the best position to defend their town, I decided I will be the commander.”
“I was appointed by Allah to be the leader of the army of Islam,” he said.
“We are the ones who will liberate the city, and to defend it.”