Sunday, September 21, 2014

Facebook Accused Of Promoting ISIS Terrorism

Despite Facebook’s claims that a cluster of pages peddling ISIS goods would be taken down, recent searches show many pages containing merchandise with the terrorist group’s symbols still remain on the most popular social-media site in the world.

(WND) "At Facebook, we have rules that bar direct statements of hate, attacks on private individuals and groups, and the promotion of terrorism," said Facebook spokesman Israel Hernandez in June. "We have a team of professional investigators both here in the U.S. and abroad who enforce these rules. Where hateful content is posted and reported, Facebook removes it and disables accounts of those responsible."

The items offered for sale include baseball caps, clothing and jewelry – many bearing the familiar black flag associated with the terrorist group and its slogan, "Baqiyah."

One of the Facebook pages is run by a jihadi sympathizer based in Toulouse, France. He posts pro-ISIS messages on his "Baqiyah Création" page and advertises "high-quality" products made for "true believers," according to MEMRI’s Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor.

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche