Twitter users across the world have pledged their allegiance to ISIS in slew of disturbing posts to the Islamic terrorist Group.
UK Daily Mail: The Jihadis launched a blitzkrieg hit on the site at 10.30am, vowing to ‘spread the truth’ behind their brutal attacks that even Al Qaeda have condemned. Using the hash tag #AllEyesOnIsis, extremist fighters flooded the social media site with propaganda, luring vulnerable people to join them in Iraq. And within minutes, their stunt – which Twitter is powerless to block or moderate – was met with chilling messages of support from countries all over the globe – from Rome to Australia, Switzerland to America, Kenya to Nepal.
Uncontrollable: Isis militants are tweeting propaganda in a Twitter storm that cannot be moderated or blocked hours after Obama vowed to air strike their strongholds
Danger: Internet safety experts warn families to ensure young or vulnerable people are not being targeted by the social media drive supporting extremism
Worldwide: On the other side of the world, supporters in Australia sent this picture to join the Twitter storm as leaders grapple to control the crisis in Iraq
From the supermarket to the seabed: One supporter (left) poses with a message from North Carolina while another (right) poses with a sign in Denmark.
Under the sea: These Palestinian supporters grinned as they took a picture of them with a flag under water in Gaza
Officers: A member of the Saudi Armed forces apparently tweeted a picture of their badges, pledging allegiance to the group
Gushing and disturbing: These notes from Switzerland (left) and Kosovo (right) chillingly draw love hearts around the word ISIS, writing ‚we all love you‘
40,000ft up: Apparently flying over an Asian mountain range, this user posted a picture promoting the Twitter handles of three extremists
Members of the Sunni militant group vow to ’spread the truth‘ in storm that cannot be moderated or blocked
Using specific hash tag, they will answer questions, lambast allegations, and promote the extremist group’s actions
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