modified-youtube-isisIn this day and age, one is unable to wage a war without having some sort of online propaganda and presence, and the Islamic State knows that. In fact, they have released their fair share of videos online in the past that featured beheadings of their victims, and in the latest video that was purportedly shot by supporters of the Islamic State, that video carried direct threats against Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. The reason for these threats? Both Zuckerberg and Dorsey are against having any form of terrorism on their respective Internet platforms.


The entire propaganda video is 25 minutes long, and the group is proud to call itself “the sons of the Caliphate army.” The video will feature photos of both leaders with bullets targeting them. This extremist group is not too happy that Facebook and Twitter have begun the work of suspending accounts as well as removing posts which are deemed to incite violence and promote terrorism.

Both Twitter and Facebook have not stepped forward with a statement on the matter at the moment, but we do hope that Zuckerberg and Dorsey will remain safe wherever they are, with such nutcases on the loose. Now, if only there was a Reaction button against such mindless threats…

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