Internet Aliases


In December 2006, Mohammed Ansar appears to have used the name Avenger on Daniel Pipes forum[14],to reproduce a plagiarised reproduction of Dr. Zakir Naik’s claim that Shir HaShirim (Song of Songs) contained a reference to the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

In April 2006, a blogpost on Ansar’s blog with the exact same text[15].


In September 2012, a variation of this name, Avenger 786 on Wikipedia argued that the Wikipedia article on Mohammed Ansar should remain[16].

In April 2012, wikipedia user Avenger786 received praise from Mohammed Ansar article’s creator:

“Many thanks for fleshing out this article so well and so quickly…! I’ve never seen an article come together so quickly. Kudos! kencf0618 (talk) 04:10, 24 April 2012 (UTC)”[17]

It is therefore worth considering the possibility that Avenger and Avenger786 are aliases used by Mohammed Ansar.

Compelling evidence to support this possibility are Avenger786’s attempt to the create a page on Wikipedia for Ansar’s company Securum Ltd[18] and the posting of a personal publicity shot to wikimedia commons[19] by Avenger786.
A full list of wikipedia contributions by Avenger786 to wikipedia can be viewed here.


@JeremyDuns has outed an alternative twitter account of Mohammed Ansar’s that used to be called @MoAnsar2. This tweep changed name from @MoAnsar2 to @The_Truthteller on or around 8 December 2011.
@MoAnsar2 changes name to @The_TruthTeller
Duns shows how this alternative account – known as a sockpuppet – has been used in revenge attacks against those people whom Ansar feels wronged by:

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