Anonymous has taken a break from hacking into company Web sites and government sites and broken into the Twitter account of the man behind the recent attacks in Norway, Anders Behring Breivik.

“This Twitter account has been seized by #NORIA. @AnonymousNorway,” read a tweet.

The Twitter account of the man, responsible for the death of 90 people in the two attacks in this Monday, said, “We want Anders to be forgotten.”

Most of Anonymous’ hacks were driven by a self-agreed goal of promoting the Internet freedom and freedom of speech.

The infamous hackers known for acts of vengeance have announced a campaign last week, “Operation Unmanifest,” to destroy pages of Anders' manifesto.

“Let Anders become a joke, such that nobody will take him serious anymore. Media should call him pathetic; a nothing,” tweets Anonymous, as labels like "Monster" and "Maniac" won’t do either.

Anders’ manifesto talks about eradicating Muslims from Europe as he thinks himself to be a cultural crusade. He regards himself as a warrior and believes that “when you are in a war you can do things like that without pleading guilty.”

Anders Twitter account, which has 4,000 followers, was taken down by the hackers leaving one tweet by Anders, which was a quote from philosopher John Stuart Mill, “One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests.”