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Andy Ngo
The Islamic State is using video app TikTok to share its propaganda content. Many videos, set to Islamic songs, feature Muslim women talking about how they’re proud to be jihadists.
Islamic State militants have been posting short propaganda videos to TikTok, the social network known for lighthearted content popular with teenagers.
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Quantum Tweet Oct 23
Replying to @MrAndyNgo
Andy, did you know the far-right is using Twitter to radicalise people?
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Matt Adkins Oct 23
Hard to take someone seriously when they have any affiliation with Clinton-Soros
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Delta Oct 23
Replying to @MrAndyNgo
TikTok is, was, and always will be a mistake.
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darkshade2095 Oct 23
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So when is Google and Apple going to ban this app from their store? Oh wait, they only do this to Gab.
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Nope Oct 23
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My only question is “Teen friendly Tik-Tok”?? Really Washington Street Journal? Thats like saying Youtube Is Teen friendly. Sure It can be, if you avoid all the bad stuff.
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Pastry Bear Oct 23
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Hmmmmm, I guess that's where Antifa got their look from. It all makes sense now.
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Ben Sims Oct 23
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They have an excellent PR department
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Chon Zz Oct 23
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I just read that they have taken down 4 of their pro ISIS posts.
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Susan Jackson Oct 23
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This is sick
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Annys Oct 23
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My grandaughter looks at that, I talk to her.
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