Contact details of more than 200 members of the far-right English Defence League have been published online by campaigning hackers 'Anonymous'.
The list, which includes mobile telephone numbers of senior members of the EDL, was published following an audio message from Anonymous UK to the EDL that accused the group of "taking advantage of moments of terror" following the Woolwich attack last week.
A message attached to the list said the EDL "should have expected this" and warned it to "expect more".
‘Under the guise of national pride you have instigated crimes against the innocent and incited the subjugation of Muslims,’ the message continues.
‘We will not allow your injustices, your lies, and your stupidity, to further radicalise our youth into fearing and despising their fellow man.’
‘In this operation, we will begin the systematic and comprehensive decimation of your cult.
‘We will further expose your falsities and your attempts to censor, to your members, to the British public, and to the world as a whole.
‘You will fall, we can say this with complete confidence.’
The EDL has held several demonstrations since the death of Drummer Lee Rigby - the soldier who was killed in Woolwich, south-east London, last week.
More than 1,000 EDL protesters gathered in London on bank holiday Monday where they were addressed by EDL leader Tommy Robinson.
Six members of the group were also arrested after demonstrators attempted to March on 10 Downing Street on Tuesday.BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS