Social media accounts belonging to Islamic State (IS) supporters have been hacked to display rainbow flags and gay pride messages by an associate of hacktivist group Anonymous.
The cyber-attack comes in the wake of the Orlando massacre in the US, in which 49 people were killed by lone gunman Omar Mateen in gay nightclub Pulse.
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IS claimed responsibility for the attack and Mateen pledged allegiance to the group, although authorities have found no evidence to suggest he was in contact with the group.
The notorious militant group, which rules over parts of Iraq and Syria and has carried out terrorist attacks across the globe, has a strong online presence and uses social media platforms like Twitter as a tool for recruitment and to spread propaganda.
"Daesh [IS] have been spreading and praising the attack, so I thought I would defend those that were lost. The taking of innocent lives will not be tolerated."
In addition to changing profile pictures to rainbow colours with messages like 'I'm gay and I'm proud', WauchulaGhost also published the personal information and IP addresses used with the social media accounts.
"One thing I do want to say is we aren't using graphic porn and our purpose is not to offend Muslims," WachulaGhost told media.
"Our actions are directed at Jihadist extremists. Many of our own [group of hackers] are Muslim and we respect all religions that do not take innocent lives."
Among the atrocities IS carries out regularly is the execution of homosexual or allegedly homosexual men by throwing them off tall buildings.
Twitter said in February it has suspended 125,000 IS-related accounts.