Anonymous issues second online threat to ISIS and promises 'major cyber attacks' in response to Paris tragedy 08:20, 16 Nov 2015 Updated 08:46, 16 Nov 2015 By Jeff Parsons The global hacktivist group has threatened to intercept and close down ISIS online communications and accounts Anonymous declare war on Islamic State after Paris attacks Anonymous has followed up its declaration of war against ISIS with another chilling message. The hacktivist group has taken aim at the terrorists claiming responsibility for the attacks in Paris on Friday and promised: "We are upping our game, you will now be hit by major cyber attacks." The masked hacker collective has stated it will be working intercept any ISIS communication and take down its online accounts "We are furious with the repeated slaughter of innocent citizens in the name of a peaceful religion, you clearly don't respect you beliefs," wrote Anonymous in an online post. "And you clearly have no respect for human life and evolution. We are coming to get you, we will be hitting you harder than ever. "We don't need to tell you to expect us because we have already proven ourselves time and time again to you but you still show no regard for mankind." In the statement, the hackers reiterate the #OpIceISIS hashtag that they are using to corral their followers together to fight the terrorists. People who claim we hit innocent sites don't realize that the sites that get DDos'd by us contain ISIS PROPAGANDA . Do your research. We do. The warning comes alongside a video posted to YouTube in French that declares war on the terrorists. Behind their signature mask, a spokesperson speaking in French said: "Anonymous from all over the world will hunt you down. "You should know that we will find you and we will not let you go. "We will launch the biggest operation ever against you. Expect massive cyber attacks. War is declared. Get prepared. "The French people are stronger than you and will come out of this atrocity even stronger." It isn't the first time the hackers have made threats against ISIS as they made similar threats after the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January. The 'hacktivists' run an operation publishing a list of Twitter accounts it claims are spreading propaganda in support of ISIS. The death toll in Paris currently stands at 129 people while another 415 people were admitted to hospital of which 42 are in a critical condition. Terrorists targeted seven locations in Paris including restaurants and cafes where people were enjoying a Friday night out and Stade de France where France was playing a friendly football match against Germany. Eighty-nine people were killed when gunmen burst into Bataclan concert hall and started firing into the crowds who were half-an-hour into a gig by US rock band Eagles of Death Metal.