ISIS uses TikTok to spread propaganda, emojis and everything, according to a report
According to a bomb report, the Islamic State has used the social media video platform TikTok as a recruiting tool.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the terrorist group known videos with Islamic State anthems and footage of bodies and IS fighters for the carefree app that is popular with teenagers and for videos of dancing students, harmless pranks and lip-synching with special effects is.
A terror video earned 68 likes, and some ISIS-related accounts had about 1,000 followers.
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According to a bomb report, the Islamic State has used the social media video platform TikTok as a propaganda tool. (File)
"The rhyme, the beat, the impressive lyrics and the expressive performance are particularly appealing to the youth," said Elisabeth Kendall, an expert on extremism at Oxford University, to the newspaper. "This catchy sing-along method for disseminating the ISIS ideology spreads quickly and remains in the collective memory. It is far more effective than sermons or theological debates and essays.
Social media intelligence company Storyful identified around two dozen ISIS-related accounts, all of which were removed.
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"This is an industry-wide challenge that is complicated by bad actors actively trying to circumvent protective measures, but we have a team that is dedicated to the aggressive protection against malicious behavior in TikTok, "said a spokeswoman for TikTok reported the Journal.
For more information, see the Wall Street Journal.