The brother of slain Jordanian pilot Muadh al-Kasasbeh launched the campaign.
The sentencing underscored how French authorities are cracking down not only on volunteer jihadists but also on their supporters.
In addition to hacking many sites, Aljzairi posted a list of websites he deemed "vulnerable" on Facebook.
The teenage boys' parents were called to pick them up from the Sydney airport.
The three teenage girls traveled through Istanbul to the Syrian border to join the Islamic State.
A human rights group said the terrorist group is attempting "ethnic cleansing."
Court papers show Mohammed Emwazi has been known to security services since 2011.
Luckily, many of the artifacts were reproductions.
Asim Qureshi of Islamic advocacy group CAGE was revealed to have been in contact with 'Jihadi John' before he left the UK.
They each face a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison if convicted.
London schoolgirls' flight to Syria shows the failure of anti-piracy-style 'cat and mouse' monitoring of social media.
British authorities traveled to Turkey to look for the girls and praised Turkish authorities who aided the search.
The nation has enforced a number of anti-terrorism laws since the 'Charlie Hebdo' attacks.
The three girls flew to Turkey last week and are believed to be headed toward the Syrian border.
The video includes footage of earlier beheadings and the killing of a Jordanian pilot.
The strikes focused on al-Hasakah, as well as the liberated Kobani.
Monotheism is most closely studied subject; high-school-level classes canceled.
The girls took a flight to Turkey and authorities believe they are headed to the Syrian border.
A former stronghold of the terrorist group, Kobani, is one of the targeted areas.
CNN claims about the terrorist organization are denied by an expert on female extremists.