In December 2006, Mohammed Ansar appears to have used the name Avenger on Daniel Pipes forum,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.
In September 2012, a variation of this name, Avenger 786 on Wikipedia argued that the Wikipedia article on Mohammed Ansar should remain.
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)”
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 and the posting of a personal publicity shot to wikimedia commons 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.
Duns shows how this alternative account – known as a sockpuppet – has been used in revenge attacks against those people whom Ansar feels wronged by:
— Jeremy Duns (@jeremyduns) May 10, 2014